Here’s your TUESDAY morning 9/22 local headlines:
Governor Wolf yesterday vetoed a bill that would have given school districts the ability to make decisions on sports including the number of spectators. A veto-override vote is expected.
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 967 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 150,812 including 48 new deaths totaling 8,004. The number of Blair County cases stands at 567 confirmed with 22 probable and 16 deaths.
An Altoona Mirror report says the toll on job losses from the pandemic may hit home again next year.
Restaurants in Pennsylvania are able to operate at 50 percent capacity starting yesterday along with last call moved to 11pm.
The state Department of Labor and Industry is taking additional steps to combat fraud in the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program.
Logan Township Police have been busy with recent traffic stops and drug arrests.
A Coalport man is headed to state prison for assaulting two men last year.
An Altoona man was arrested last weekend after crashing his vehicle into a Tyrone house.
State Lottery officials are warning of a scam that’s originating in Jamaica where the caller says the victim is a winner.
President Trump will be back in Pennsylvania twice this week.