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State College NAACP raising money for student involved in assault at high school.

An Abundance of Space: Commercial Space in New State College High-Rises Has Been Slow to Fill, but Offers a Promising Future.

Crews respond to fire in Philipsburg at a building home to a business and apartments. First responders were called to 221 N. Front Street, for a fire that started in a laundry room.

The IRS is ditching its plan for facial recognition after widespread backlash. 

There’s new progress to report in the COVID crisis.  First Lady Jill Biden says her vision for free college is over. 

It’s day two of jury selection in a Georgia hate crimes trial. 

The countdown to Hollywood’s biggest night begins this morning.  Oscar nominations will be revealed soon with a big change to the best picture category. 

Sports

The Penn State women’s hockey team starts a stretch of three non-conference battles late in the 2021-22 season with a Tuesday visit to Cornell Tuesday, Feb. 8.,

The Penn State men’s basketball team returns to Happy Valley for just its second home game in the last 27 days Tuesday night when the Nittany Lions host Michigan in a 9 p.m. tipoff on ESPN2.

Less than a week after revealing his retirement, NFL legend Tom Brady is dropping hints at a possible comeback.  He was asked about that on a Sirius X-M podcast.  The seven-time Super Bowl champion said he’s going to take things as they come, adding “never say never.”  Brady said he feels good about walking away after a 22-year career but admits he doesn’t know how he’ll feel six months from now.