LATEST HEADLINES

Penn State alumna charged with vandalizing Nittany Lion Shrine, claims responsibility as protest.

Hundreds of protesters march in downtown State College after Roe reversal.

A man is dead and a woman was hospitalized after a motorcycle crash happened in Cambria County on Saturday, 

Over 25 grams of drugs found in Altoona parole check.

Senator Lindsey Graham is downplaying the likelihood that the Supreme Court will take action on rulings concerning contraception and same-sex marriage.

At least 10 states have effectively banned abortion since the Supreme Court’s historic reversal of Roe v. Wade on Friday that eliminated the federal constitutional right to an abortion. While some governors across the US work to protect abortion rights, another five states are expected to enact varying trigger laws limiting the procedure in the coming days and weeks, including Wyoming, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas and Idaho. 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will address the G7 Summit today.

Death toll of children in Afghanistan quake rises to 155.

The U.S. will begin trade talks with Taiwan today under a newly agreed framework. 

A federal jury has awarded 21-million dollars to the family of a pregnant teenager who was killed by undercover police officers in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

NASA has successfully launched a rocket from Australia’s remote Northern Territory. 

Sports

Penn State Football Student Section Season Tickets Sold Out.

NHL – For the third time in franchise history the Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup champions.  The Avs finished off the two-time defending Cup champs in Game Six of the Final with a 2-1 win in Tampa. 

MLB – The Phillies over the Padres, 8-5. Tampa Bay defeated the Pirates, 4-2.