LATEST HEADLINES

State College Borough Council temporarily extends COVID masking ordinance.

Happy Valley Adventure Bureau announces commission to boost sports and entertainment tourism.

State College Police Department’s proposed budget is not increasing — but services are. 

State Sen. Jake Corman Confirms Run for Governor.

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 tomorrow at 5pm. 

President Biden argued the infrastructure plan will help Americans all across the country.

The President Biden is headed to Detroit today to promote his new infrastructure law.  He’ll tour a General Motors plant building all-electric vehicles.

FDA Expected To Authorize Pfizer Booster For All Adults. Meanwhile, Pfizer wants the FDA to give emergency use authorization to its pill designed to fight COVID-19. On a related note, a new report says the Biden Administration is getting ready to purchase about 10-million courses of Pfizer’s new pill.

More people could be getting a COVID booster before Thanksgiving. 

Wisconsin is on verdict watch in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. 

A second day of jury selection gets underway this morning for a woman accused of helping Jeffrey Epstein abuse girls.

Sports

The Penn State Lady Lions put together a record-breaking performance Tuesday evening against Delaware State, scoring a school record 120 points highlighted by Makenna Marisa’s 30-point, 11-assist, 10-steal triple-double to top the Hornets, 120-51, at the Bryce Jordan Center.

NBA – The 76ers lost to Utah.

NHL – The Flyers won in OT. The Penguins lost.