News 8/25/22

Authorities confirmed two people are dead following a shooting and subsequent crash in Johnstown Wednesday afternoon. Police say the initial shootout took place in the area of Broad Street and 6th Ave. when two individuals exchanged gunfire just before 3 p.m. Police are still searching for three other individuals involved in the incident.

State police say a teenager was killed in a high-speed chase with troopers in Huntingdon County over the weekend. Troopers tried to pull over a vehicle Friday on State Route 22 for multiple traffic violations. They say the vehicle was being driven by a 17-year-old who refused to stop and sped away from troopers. State police say the investigation is ongoing.

The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Pennsylvania is currently four dollars and 17 cents, while the national average is three dollars and 87 cents.

Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring, will be discontinuing its scheduled obstetrics delivery services effective Oct. 9, marketing communications coordinator for Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center Marni Baluta confirmed Tuesday. The hospital will continue to perform emergency deliveries as needed. It is unclear how many patients and employees will be affected by this change.

A man is behind bars following alleged back-to-back crimes with a police chase, hard drugs, and an assault with a paintball gun. Anthony Layne Binnachio faces both felony and misdemeanor drug charges, resisting arrest, driving without a license, simple assault, and unlawful discharge of a paintball gun. 

The town that the state of Pennsylvania has adopted as its own in the Little League World Series has ended its run in Williamsport. Hollidaysburg is now out of the competition after losing to the Southwest Wednesday 4 to 8. Hollidaysburg’s  manager Jim McGough says his team has had an amazing journey and that he couldn’t be prouder of them.