LATEST HEADLINES

More temporary service cutbacks are coming to public transportation locally as the Centre Area Transportation Authority continues to face “severe staffing shortages.”

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania will return to an overnight schedule beginning Monday for its gas line relocation work on North Atherton Street in State College, 

State police are investigating a theft of a dirt bike that happened sometime between Sept. 10 and Sept 16 in Snow Shoe Township.

President Biden says those who resist subpoenas from the committee investigating the January 6th Capitol attack should be prosecuted. 

The congressional committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol is poised to take the first step toward criminal charges against former Trump strategist Steve Bannon.

Former President Trump is expected in New York today to testify in a video deposition.  He’s being sued by four protesters who claim they were assaulted by his security guards in 2015.  They say it happened on a sidewalk outside Trump Tower, where the deposition will be held.

Former President Bill Clinton is back home after leaving a California hospital.  He spent several days being treated for a urinary tract infection that developed into sepsis.  The 75-year-old was said to be in great spirits over the weekend, spending time with family and watching football.

The nation could be in for a fifth surge of coronavirus going into winter.  Dr. Anthony Fauci says it’s possible if the vaccination rate doesn’t go up. 

One person is dead and several others are injured after the second shooting at Grambling State University in the past four days.

This is the first full week of the United Auto Workers union strike at John Deere.  Thousands of UAW members are picketing day and night at plants in Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas for better pay and benefits.  Deere promises it will keep production going amid the strike.

US unemployment claims fall to lowest level since pandemic:  The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest level since the pandemic began, a sign the job market is still improving even as hiring has slowed in the past two months.