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‘Just like every predator.’ 10 years after arrest, Jerry Sandusky refuses to admit guilt

The co-founder of Four Diamonds, Charles Millard, passed away at the age of 93 during the morning of Nov. 4 from a brain injury when he fell earlier in the day.

Suspect in 2020 Altoona drug bust arrested in Philadelphia

Get your ice skates sharpened, Bellefonte — a temporary skating rink is in the works for Talleyrand Park.

The House is hoping to send President Biden’s infrastructure bill to his desk by tonight.

At least 21 states are now suing to stop President Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate.  He set January 4th as the deadline for some 84-million workers to get their shots or be tested weekly.  Another 17-million healthcare workers don’t have the option for testing.

About 30-thousand people are preparing to hit the pavement Sunday for the 50th annual New York City Marathon.  The race was canceled last year because of the pandemic.  This year runners need to show proof of being vaccinated or a negative COVID test. 

As we get ready to “fall back” this weekend, six states are proposing making Daylight Saving Time permanent.

Sports

The Penn State Nittany Lion field hockey team used a hat track from junior Anna Simon to beat Maryland in the quarterfinals of the 2021 Big Ten Tournament, hosted by Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J. The victory moves Penn State into tomorrow’s Big Ten semifinals.

NHL – The Penguins defeated the Flyers in OT.

NBA – The 76ers defeated the Pistons.

NFL TNF – The Indianapolis Colts are now four-and-five after beating the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football.  Carson Wentz threw three touchdowns and Jonathan Taylor scored two to help their team celebrate a 45-to-30 victory.  The Jets slip to two-and-six.