TOP HEADLINES (BERKS, LANC) 10/30


>>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.