LATEST HEADLINES

Mount Nittany Health intends to build a new outpatient medical center at the planned Toftrees West development in Patton Township.

State College Borough Council on Monday unanimously approved the appointment of the nine inaugural members of the newly created Community Oversight Board for the borough’s police department.

President Biden is headed to Maryland today to promote his infrastructure bill. 

Dozens of Navy SEALs are suing the Biden administration over the COVID vaccine mandate.  

The inflation rate for last month headlines today’s economic reports. 

Fire chief says Travis Scott ‘absolutely’ should have ended the Astroworld show:  He is suggesting there were clear warnings that it had turned tragic.

The family of a Texas stampede victim is deciding whether to take her off life support.

“Everybody at that event has a responsibility, starting from the artist on down,” Chief Samuel Pena said of the rapper, who continued performing as eight people died and hundreds were injured on Friday night.

“The artist has command of that crowd … if he notices something going on, he can certainly pause that performance, turn on the lights and say, ‘Hey, we’re not going to continue until this thing is resolved,’” Pena said.

Dr. Oz is planning to run for a Senate seat in Pennsylvania. He is putting together a staff and is planning to run as a Republican.

Sports

The Penn State women’s basketball team opened its 2021-22 regular season with a 85-66 victory over LIU Tuesday evening at the Bryce Jordan Center.

The Penn State men’s soccer team continues its postseason run in the Big Ten Tournament on today as it’s set to host Michigan at Jeffrey Field in the semifinals. Kickoff is set for noon and will broadcast live on Big Ten Network.

NHL – The Penguins lost in a shoot out to Chicago.

The Packers are being fined for violation of the NFL and NFL Players Association’s COVID-19 Protocols.  According to ESPN, the team has been fined 300-thousand-dollars for its violations.  Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers along with wide receiver Allen Lazard were each fined over 14-thousand dollars.  Rodgers missed this past week’s game against Kansas City due to being in COVID protocols.