LATEST HEADLINES

Penn State Head Football Coach James Franklin won’t be going anywhere soon after signing a new 10-year, 70 million dollar contract that will keep him in State College until 2031. 

The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office has sued a State College area landlord for allegedly levying illegal charges on tenants and providing residences with unlivable conditions. 

A staffing crisis at Pa. child care centers is upending family routines and slowing the economic recovery.

An Altoona man opens business to help youth escape violence.

Jurors in the Georgia killing of Ahmaud Arbery are due back in court this morning to try and reach a verdict. They reviewed the case for six hours yesterday after closing arguments ended. They’re deciding the fates of three men who claim they acted in self defense.

An NFL star is offering to pay funeral expenses for the six people killed in a parade tragedy in his home state of Wisconsin.  J.J. Watt of the Arizona Cardinals tweeted that after a driver crashed into a crowd on Sunday.  Five adults died on scene, an eight-year-old boy died later.

Sticker shock at the pump is expected to get better in time for Christmas travel.  President Biden released emergency oil reserves to lower gas prices, and he did it with the help of Republicans.  The Energy Department cited a mandate they enacted in the last administration.

About three-thousand migrants are accepting a deal to legally stay in Mexico if they quit a caravan bound for the U.S. 

Sports

NHL Tampa shutout the Flyers, 4-0.

College Hockey – Penn State defeated St. Thomas, 5-1, in non-conference action on Tuesday Evening at the St. Thomas Ice Arena.

Penn State redshirt senior punter, kicker and kickoff specialist Jordan Stout has been named one of three finalists for the Ray Guy Award.