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Police arrested a Patton Township man on Monday for the alleged rape and sexual assault of six women in his Oakwood Avenue home over the course of nine years.

More than a dozen crews from Clearfield and Jefferson counties were called to the scene of a building fire Monday afternoon at an old bar & grill.

The Downtown State College Improvement District is ready to light up State College for the holidays, with the second annual Light Up Downtown event kicking off Thursday.  

After a year hiatus due to the pandemic, Centre County United Way’s signature fundraiser “Taste of the Town” returns. It’s an evening of food and drinks, featuring almost 30 local vendors. Plus, a live and silent auction.The event is happening on Sunday, November 21 from 5-8 p.m. at the Penn Stater; however, the 450 tickets are almost sold out

President Biden is taking his new infrastructure law on the road. 

The Wyoming Republican Party is disavowing Congresswoman Liz Cheney. 

Severe weather has been pounding parts of Washington state. 

Police in Aurora, Colorado say six teens are in the hospital after a shooting at a local park. Officials say all the victims are students at Aurora Central High School, which is just across the street from the park. If there’s good news, it’s that doctors say all the victims’ injuries are considered non-life-threatening. But according to police, there are still multiple suspects in the case who are still at large. The greater concern for many? That violence is becoming too commonplace for young people.

Packages of Kool-Aid drink mix sold at Costco are being recalled.  Kool-Aid owner Kraft Heinz announced over the weekend that the recall is for Tropical Punch mix sold in the 82-point-five-ounce container with best-by dates of August 31st, 2023, and September 1st, 2023.  The product may contain very small pieces of metal or glass and should be returned to Costco for a full refund.

Sports

NFL MNF – The 49ers defeated the Rams. 31-10.

Penn State men’s basketball picked up its first loss of the season on Monday evening as the Nittany Lions struggled to score, falling 81-56 to the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

Penn State senior Gabby Blossom was named the Big Ten Setter of the Week on Monday, earning the award for the eighth time in her career.