Local News Headlines 9/14/20

Here’s your MONDAY morning 9/14 local headlines:

Beginning this week, the State Department of Health will no longer release the numbers for COVID-19 on Sunday. The DOH will provide and update Monday at Noon each week with the weekend numbers.

There’s been a reversal on a federal unemployment benefit which was to begin this week in Pennsylvania.

Governor Tom Wolf is now calling on the legislature to do more to help Pennsylvania small businesses negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

A shooting incident last December during a hunting trip has now resulted in charges being filed.

Logan Township Police are looking for at least two persons involved in a weekend shooting incident at Bellemeade Drive and South Dartmouth Lane last Saturday night.

Altoona Police arrested a food delivery driver on charges of stalking a female customer.

A State Court ruled a Huntingdon County Judge’s dismissal of drug charges against a prison inmate was wrong.

A convicted drug kingpin is now looking for a reduced sentence from Blair County Court.

Operation Our Town is teaming up with a fitness gym to promote relationships with law enforcement and promote a drug free environment.

Once again Giant Eagle finds itself in the middle of a dispute over someone not wearing a mask inside on of the stores.

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