Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 10/14 local headlines:
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 1,342 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the tot to 174,646 with 16 new deaths totaling 8,384. The number of Blair County cases stands at 883 confirmed with 33 probable and 23 deaths.
Huntingdon County is facing more of a COVID-19 problem with a recent spike in the number of cases.
At least one Bedford County Courthouse employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
With three weeks to go before November 3rd, more than 2.6 million registered voters have applied for a mail-in ballot in Pennsylvania.
A U-S Postal Service employee near Pittsburgh is on unpaid leave after several bags of mail were found on the curb for trash pick-up.
Jerry Sandusky is back in court today appealing his convictions on 45 counts of child sex abuse.
Police have charged an Altoona man with DUI and causing serious injury in a crash last Friday along Union Avenue.
Police have charged an Altoona man with calling 911 too many times last month.
Governor Wolf was in Monroe County yesterday once again making a strong pitch to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania.
The President held a Make American Great Again event with thousands of supporters in Johnstown last night.
If you are looking for a job, the Sheetz Corporation is looking to add about 3,000 new jobs across the company.