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Acting Pa. Health Secretary Visited Centre County Yesterday to Discuss COVID-19 Testing.

Altoona Family Displaced After House Fire.

Residents Voice Opposition to Tree Removal Plan for PennDOT Work on Atherton Street in State College.

The nation is closer to turning the corner on the latest COVID surge. 

President Joe Biden held a news conference yesterday marking his first year in office. 

Senator Bernie Sanders is accusing two fellow Democrats of undermining President Biden. 

The FBI says cybercriminals are trying to steal financial information from Americans by creating fraudulent QR codes that look like the ones many restaurants and other businesses are using due to the coronavirus pandemic. These fake codes direct people to malicious websites in order to steal their data or hijack their payments.

The Supreme Court is rejecting former President Trump’s attempt to block the release of White House records. This move paves the way for the committee investigating the January 6th Capitol riot to receive over 700 pages of documents from the National Archives.

The Supreme Court is rejecting former President Trump’s attempt to block the release of White House records. This move paves the way for the committee investigating the January 6th Capitol riot to receive over 700 pages of documents from the National Archives.

The woman convicted of helping sex offender Jeffrey Epstein abuse girls is officially asking for a retrial. 

New details are emerging about a military truck crash in North Carolina that killed two Marines.

Sports

NBA – The 76ers defeated the Magic, 123-110.

Penn State Football: Department Targets Ticket Brokers as Renewals Get Underway

The Penn State women’s basketball team visits Northwestern on Thursday for a Big Ten matchup at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. ET on B1G+.