Here’s your TUESDAY morning 11/3 local headlines:
After what seemed to be the longest and most vicious Presidential campaigns in our lifetime, it’s finally Election Day in Blair County.
Pennsylvania’s top election officials are pleased with the number of mail-in and absentee ballots which have already been returned.
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed a two-day total of 3,969 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 211,996 with 11 new deaths totaling 8,823. The number of Blair County cases stands at 1,383 confirmed with 146 probable and 32 deaths.
The Altoona School District has closed the Juniata Elementary School due to recent positive tests for COVID-19.
Conemaugh Medical Center has announced restrictions for all visitors to their facilities including Nason Hospital.
Four teenage murder suspects in Altoona want their charges to be tried in juvenile court.
A Tyrone man is facing charges after he broke into a woman’s home and then failed to cooperate with police.
Firefighters in Logan Township responded to a house fire on Homer’s Gap Road early yesterday morning.
An Altoona man has been charged with assaulting a juvenile while at his house in Altoona.
The State Liquor Control Board has released the results of its latest checks to make sure establishments are in compliance with coronavirus guidelines.