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Altoona Stabbing
8/20/2019
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Police in Altoona are investigating a stabbing that happened in the city Tuesday.
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Spotted Lanternfly Concerns
8/19/2019
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The state secretary of agriculture said the department has spent billions of dollars trying to prevent crop devastation by the spotted lanternfly.
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Rafters Found
8/19/2019
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A father and his two children had to be flown to safety Monday after they left for a rafting trip on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River on Sunday afternoon but never arrived at their destination.
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Mailboxes Destroyed
8/19/2019
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An investigation is underway after several mailboxes were damaged across multiple townships early Sunday morning in Blair County.
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Couple Arrested for Babies Death
8/19/2019
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State police say two people have been charged in the death of a 1-month-old infant in Blair County.
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Anti Bullying Program
8/19/2019
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It's time for kids to head back to school, and sometimes face bullying problems. A software company is looking to use its program to help one local school district.
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Transatlantic Message
8/16/2019
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The Omni Bedford Springs opened in 1796 and has since played host to a number of historical events and figures. One president was a frequent patron and received a monumental communication during a visit.
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Rape Charges
8/16/2019
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A central Pennsylvania teacher faces rape-related charges after police say he had sexual contact with a student in 2018.
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2nd Mile Foundation
8/16/2019
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Penn State appeared earlier this year to have reached a civil settlement with Jerry Sandusky's now-defunct charity, The Second Mile, but according to recent filings that deal was never finished and both parties are back in court.
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Executive Order
8/16/2019
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is directing state police and other agencies under his control to focus greater efforts on addressing gun violence two days after a gunman shot and wounded six Philadelphia police officers.
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