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Gov. Wolf announces spending plan for American Rescue Plan.

Coyote attack leaves dog injured for second time in less than a year.

More children are getting sick with coronavirus. Nearly 142-thousand cases were reported just last week.

Wisconsin is trying to heal from a Christmas parade tragedy that killed five people.  Schools in Waukesha will be closed again and Carroll University has canceled classes for the week.  The suspect who allegedly drove into crowds of people is due in court today.

Samsung is planning to build a massive plant in Taylor, Texas.   The 17-billion-dollar chipmaking factory is expected to span nearly 12-hundred acres and create 18-hundred jobs.

An experimental chewing gum might reduce the spread of COVID-19. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a gum containing a protein that traps coronavirus particles.

Turkeys to be 24% more expensive this Thanksgiving, report estimates.

Sports

NBA – The 76ers won.

NHL – The Penguins won.

Penn State Men’s Basketball Works Past Cornell 85-74.

Penn State women’s basketball junior guard Makenna Marisa was tabbed Big Ten Co-Player of the Week by the conference on Monday. Marisa earned her first career Big Ten weekly honor.

The NBA is suspending LeBron James for the first time in his 19-year career.  He hit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart in the face during Sunday’s game.  Stewart then escalated the situation.  Both were ejected.  James was suspended for one game, Stewart for two.