Local News Headlines 5/28/30

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 5/28 local headlines:

The State Department of Health is reporting 780 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday bringing the total to 69,417 with 5,265 deaths. The number of confirmed cases in Blair County remained steady at 48 with one death.

The state Department of Health is reporting cases an illness in children linked to COVID-19.

Governor Wolf yesterday thanked Pennsylvania companies including New Pig Corporation, for producing critical products during the pandemic.

The Governor says professional sports can begin in the state, with lots of guidelines and limitations.

The State Department of Labor and Industry will host a virtual townhall on unemployment compensation at 1pm today.

PennDOT has again, extended the deadline for renewing drivers licenses, ID cards and learners permits to June 30th.

Restaurants in yellow phase counties will be able to offer outdoor dining beginning June 5th.

A federal judge is allowing Robert Levin to buy back 32 Levin and Wolf Furniture Stores in Pennsylvania.

A Bedford County man is looking at serious charges for burglarizing and vandalizing the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society building.

An Altoona man is facing charges after he threatened to shoot up a local grocery store earlier this week.

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