Here’s your TUESDAY morning 11/10 local headlines:
The threat of more election-related lawsuits loomed as vote counting continued yesterday in Pennsylvania.
According to Blair County election officials, the ballot count in the county is almost finished.
Since Saturday more than 10,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Pennsylvania.
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed a two-day total of 6,311 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 234,296 with 9 new deaths totaling 9,024. The number of Blair County cases stands at 1,733 confirmed with 220 probable and 35 deaths.
Altoona’s Fire Chief is urging City Council to tighten up and go back to the COVID-19 prevention actions that were in place in May.
An increase in Positive COVID cases in recent days is leading the University of Pittsburgh to take significant action.
State officials are urging citizens to not see extended family during the holidays this year due to COVID-19.
An Altoona man is locked up after being sentenced for possession of child porn and assaulting a small child.
Altoona Police are looking for a stabbing victim who may also be a suspect in a home invasion.
An Altoona man has been arrested after he caused a disturbance after being refused entry into someone’s home.