State College police are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery on Sunday afternoon at the Fullington bus depot, 152 N. Atherton St.

The Centre Film Festival returns bigger than ever for its third year Nov. 1-7, with more than 80 films and special events at three theaters and online, as well as some celebrity appearances. The festival kicks off on Monday with a red-carpet ribbon-cutting ceremony at The State Theatre in State College, followed by two days of in-person screenings and panels. It then moves to the Mishler Theatre in Altoona for one night and then to the Rowland Theatre in Philipsburg for a weekend of films and visiting filmmakers from Friday, Nov. 5, to this Sunday, Nov. 7.

World leaders are meeting in Scotland today in an effort to save the planet.

Beware before taking to the skies on American Airlines.  Some flights aren’t getting off the ground today.  More than 220 have already been canceled, with almost 80 delayed.  This comes after more than one-thousand flights were canceled over the weekend.

This could be the week younger children start getting protected against coronavirus.  A CDC advisory committee meets tomorrow to vote on Pfizer’s vaccine for five to 11-year-olds.  That affects about 28-million kids.  The CDC director is expected to sign off right after.


After suffering its third consecutive loss Saturday night, Penn State football fell two spots in this week’s AP Top 25 Poll. The Nittany Lions now sit at No. 22 in the poll after Saturday’s defeat to Ohio State at Ohio Stadium.

The Penn State men’s soccer team earned the outright Big Ten regular season title and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament with a 2-0 shutout win over Wisconsin Sunday afternoon at McClimon Track/Soccer Complex.

Women’s Soccer Falls in B1G Quarterfinals at Michigan

The Nittany Lions Women’s Soccer team fell 3-1 to No. 17 Michigan on Sunday afternoon in the Big Ten Quarterfinals. 

The Astros spoiled Atlanta’s party, sending this World Series home for a Game 6

NFL – The Eagles defeated the Lions, 44-6. The Steelers over the Browns, 15-10.