State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Benner Township, visited Homeland Manufacturing Services in State College to learn more about clean energy production and the industry’s job growth. Pennsylvania is 41st in the nation in clean energy production, according to the United States Energy Department.
Sabine and Doug Lutz lost their 19-year-old son Coy after a rodeo accident in May 2016. In response to the tragedy, they started the Coy Lutz Memorial Scholarship Fund to help high school kids like Coy. On Friday and Saturday, they helped host a PRCA event at the Grange Fairgrounds as a tribute to their son.
Head coach James Franklin has tried to simulate crowd noise and band music at Iowa games leading up to Saturday's game. He described why it matters despite it being annoying to almost everyone. Offensive lineman Andrew Nelson also talked about what it's like to practice with the deafening sounds.
Head coach James Franklin made a clear statement on what was going through his mind when he called timeout before Georgia State’s last-second field goal last Saturday. Then he moved his focus onto Iowa and their pink lockers.
Emergency services helped to rescue a man who had become trapped in a collapsed textile factory in Mexico City, after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit the area, killing more than 200 on September 19. Genaro Lozano, who filmed these videos, said he overheard the man saying that more people were still alive in the building as he was being led away.
State College native and Penn State graduate Charmee Taylor will appear on the game show “Divided.”
The episode, which will air at 9 p.m. Thursday on GSN, pairs Taylor with three other contestants who have to play nice together if they stand a chance at winning a piece of a potential $85,000 jackpot.