Here's what's trending for October 24.

Officials are investigating a shooting that has sent one person to the hospital Sunday. It happened shortly before 2 p.m. in the 400 block of North 7th Street. Police haven't released anything about the circumstances of the incident or given an update on the victim's status. No suspects have been identified yet.

Today marks the last day Pennsylvania residents can register to vote in next month's election. Secretary of the Commonwealth Leigh Chapman says there's a lot riding on the results. "We have a governor's race, an open U.S. Senate race. In this election, you're electing all the members of the state House and half of the state Senate. So your vote matters," Chapman says. You can register to vote online at or by visiting your county's voter registration office.

The two candidates in Pennsylvania's Senate race spent the weekend talking crime, with Republican Mehmet Oz saying Democrat John Fetterman and Democrats cannot be trusted when it comes to law and order. "When you side with the criminals over law-abiding citizens, people get upset. The folks in Philadelphia have been saying they feel like they're part of a social experiment. These are their words, white, woke people make rules but aren't there to deal with the consequences of them," Oz says. Fetterman claims Oz has no record at all on the issue and is a phony. "Dr. Oz has never done one single issue toward crime. He uses it as a photo op. He shows up and pretends to care," Fetterman says.

Pennsylvania voters will have only one chance to see their U.S. Senate candidates in a debate. That comes tomorrow night when Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz face each other at a Harrisburg TV studio. The hour-long debate Tuesday will air across the state. It's going to be the only state-wide debate this year as the candidates for governor, Democrat Josh Shapiro and Republican Doug Mastriano, couldn't come to terms about a debate for themselves.

A Carbon County man is behind bars for allegedly robbing a store in Monroe County. The incident happened earlier this month when 39-year-old William Clancy of Albrightsville reportedly robbed a Uni-Mart store in Chestnuthill Township as he was wearing a clown mask and carrying a samurai sword. Police say Clancy is facing several charges including robbery as he's locked up in Monroe County.

A consumer product recall has Western Pennsylvania shoppers checking their refrigerators for sausage this morning. Bob Evans Farms has issued a recall of more than 75-hundred 1-pound packages of the company's Italian pork sausage. Bob Evans says that products included in the recall may be contaminated with thin blue rubber. There have been no reports of any consumers getting sick due to the concern. Affected packages are stamped with a 'use by' or 'freeze by' date of November 26th 2022.

Local lottery players tonight have their hopes set on winning the eighth largest jackpot in the history of the Powerball game. With no winner since early August, tonight's estimated top prize is $610 million. The odds of winning that jackpot stand at 1 in 292.2 million.

The Phillies are in the World Series after a thrilling 4-3 win over San Diego in game five of the National League Championship Series. Manager Rob Thomson is happy for his players. "It's just amazing. I'm so happy for them as well. I'm probably more happy for them than anybody else. It's just an incredible feeling. I'm happy," Thomson says. Bryce Harper's two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth gave the Phillies the win. The Phils will play the Astros beginning Friday night in Houston. The Astros finished a four-game sweep of the Yankees Sunday night with a 6-5 win.

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