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Gov. Wolf quietly steers $40 million to Pitt, Penn State and other state-related universities.

State College area students start campaign advocating for safe gun storage practices.

COVID community levels remain low across much of PA.

One man captured another still missing after robbing grocery store.

One man captured another still missing after robbing grocery store

Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to return to Washington, DC, today for the first time since leaving office. He is set to make a speech at a policy summit for former aides and officials from his administration. Trump’s appearance comes in the wake of fresh evidence from the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot and new testimony released by the committee that revealed the then-President crossed out lines in a speech condemning lawbreakers. President Joe Biden also fired off his harshest criticism yet of his predecessor, saying law enforcement officers on January 6 were subject to a “medieval hell” for three hours while Trump watched the violence unfold. 

President Biden doesn’t think the U.S. is headed into a recession.

The principal of the Uvalde, Texas elementary school where 21 people were murdered is being placed on leave.

High temperatures aren’t going away this week.

The fast-moving wildfire burning southwest of Yosemite National Park is growing at an alarming pace.

Sports

Penn State head softball coach Clarisa Crowell announced on Monday that Mysha Sataraka is heading to Happy Valley to join her staff as an assistant coach with the Nittany Lions.

Penn State women’s soccer alumna Kerry Abello was selected as the Big Ten’s conference nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award announced on Monday.

Penn State senior safety Ji’Ayir Brown and redshirt junior cornerback Joey Porter, Jr. were tabbed to the Jim Thorpe Award watch list,

MLB – The Phillies lost to the Braves, 6-4. The Pirates fell short to the Cubs 3-2.