>>Middletown Fire Badly Damages Restaurant

(Middletown, PA) -- Fire crews in Middletown say they had to fight some flames at Raider Steaks and Deli yesterday afternoon. It’s reported that the restaurant suffered major damage, with fire pouring out of its windows. It took about an hour to get under control. No one was hurt.

>>Cumberland County To Stay With Proposed Ballot Counting Plan

(Carlisle, PA) -- Despite a firm recommendation from the Secretary of the Commonwealth to start counting mail-in and absentee ballots on election day, Cumberland County’s Board of Elections is making their Wednesday morning start official. They voted yesterday afternoon to start work on those ballots at 9am the day following the election. Commissioner Gary Eichelberger says they all will be counted within the acceptable time frame.

>>Hershey High, Middle School Moves Kids To Virtual Learning After Positive COVID-19 Tests

(Derry Twp., PA) -- Officials with Derry Township School District say they are closing their high school and middle school temporarily after four positive COVID-19 tests. Students at those buildings will do virtual learning from now through Tuesday, November 3rd. The closure also postpones the Trojan’s football game tonight against Bishop McDevitt.

>>PA Department Of Health Announces 22-Hundred-Two New COVID-19 Cases

(Harrisburg, PA) -- PA Department of Health officials have added 2,202 new COVID-19 cases in the Commonwealth. That brings the statewide total of confirmed or probable cases to 202,876 since the start of the pandemic. They also announced 44 deaths related to coronavirus complications, with the death toll now at 8,762.

>>Silver Spring Township Police Looking For Missing Teen

(Silver Spring Twp., PA) -- Silver Spring Township police are looking for a teenage girl that may have ran away from home. Chloe Prinzbach reportedly posted a message on social media asking for someone to break her out. The 16-year-old was last reported to be near Park City Mall in Lancaster. Police say the teen suffers from Bipolar Disorder and can be combative without her medication.

>>WellSpan Health Sets Up Drive-Thru Flu Clinic

(York, PA) -- WellSpan Health is setting up a drive-thru flu clinic in York. It is located outside WellSpan Family Practice on North George Street. Those interested in getting a flu shot at the clinic should call a WellSpan location to schedule a parking lot visit.

>>Berks Officials, Law Enforcement Preparing For Trump Reading Visit

(Bern Township, PA) -- Berks County officials and law enforcement are preparing for a visit to Bern Township by President Trump. Trump is expected to arrive late Saturday afternoon at Reading Regional Airport for a rally. The campaign says everyone attending will have their temperatures checked and will be provided masks and access to hand sanitizer.

>>Berks Election Officials Say Hand Deliver Mail-In Ballots To Dropbox

(Berks County, PA) -- Berks County election officials say those who haven't already mailed their requested ballot should fill them out and hand deliver them to a dropbox. Officials say it is too late to ensure that mailed ballots will get delivered in time to be counted on Tuesday. Nearly 83-thousand people in Berks County requested mail-in ballots.

>>Full Bodycam Footage Of Muñoz Shooting Released

(Lancaster County, PA) -- The public is getting its first look at the full bodycam footage from the deadly officer-involved shooting of Ricardo Muñoz. Muñoz was shot September 13th in Lancaster after police say he rushed at an officer with a knife while they were responding to a domestic disturbance. The shooting set off protests across the city.

>>Child Suffers Smoke Inhalation After Devastating Exeter House Fire

(Exeter Township, PA) -- A child is recovering after being treated for smoke inhalation from a devastating Exeter Township house fire. The fire broke out yesterday morning in the first-block of Limekiln Road. The kitchen fire spread through the home, leaving it in ruins. Two adults and four children were able to get out safely, but one child was taken to the hospital for treatment. A Pennsylvania State Police fire marshal is helping investigate to determine how the fire started. The home is a total loss.

>>Sexual Assault Response Team Formed In Reading

(Reading, PA) -- A Sexual Assault Response Team is being assembled in Reading through a partnership between the DA's office and SafeBerks. The team involves sexual assault nurses, along with members of Safe Berks, law enforcement, and prosecutors. The team assists the victim as a case moves from the hospital to the courtroom, helping to bring healing and justice. 

(Lehigh, PA) -- President Trump is coming to Pennsylvania tomorrow for several campaign events. The first stop will be in Bucks County for a rally that starts at 1:30 p.m., but officials did not confirm the location. The second stop will be at the Reading Airport in Berks County, set to start at 4 p.m. His final stop will be in the city of Butler at 7 p.m.

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>>Diocese Of Scranton Names Eight People Accused Of Sexual Abuse

(Scranton, PA) -- The Diocese of Scranton is releasing the names of eight people who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse. Only one of the six clergy members on that list, Monsignor Joseph Kelly, is alive, and the two others accused of the crimes is a layperson and a member of a religious order. Kelly denied the accusations, saying he spent the last 54-years as a priest who believes in and practiced respect for the dignity and safety of all who he came in contact with. No details were given on specifics of the alleged abuse.

>>Governor Assures Integrity Of Pennsylvania Election

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Governor Tom Wolf is assuring Pennsylvanians they are doing everything to ensure the integrity, safety and security of the election. Wolf says professional staff will monitor the situation around the state, and they are taking steps to keep voters safe at the polls. Election officials say the best way for voters to ensure their vote is counted is to just get it in by personally delivering their mail-in or absentee ballots.

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