Local News Headlines 11/11/20

Here’s your VETERAN’S DAY 11/11 local headlines:

Pennsylvanians are encouraged to remember the service and sacrifice of veterans on this Veterans Day.

Governor Wolf has vetoed a bill that would have changed the way deaths from coronavirus are reported in Pennsylvania.

The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 4,361 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 238,657 with 62 new deaths totaling 9,086. The highest daily increase to date. The number of Blair County cases stands at 1,771 confirmed with 231 probable and 39 deaths.

The Northern Bedford School District is moving to online learning with the spike in coronavirus.

A published report says the state has contacted the local emergency management office to check on the possibility of adding a COVID-19 test site in Blair.

The state Department of Health is announcing its first flu-related death of the season.

Altoona Police are investigating the discovery of a man’s body in an alley in the East End section of town on Monday.

A former inmate at SCI Houtzdale has pleaded guilty to running a drug scheme involving his mother.

Two local lawmakers are calling for an audit of the state’s election process.

A Republican is claiming victory in the race for State Treasurer.