A possible case of measles was reported by the Mount Nittany Physician Group Pediatrics location in Boalsburg to the Pa. Department of Health, Mount Nittany Health confirmed Thursday, amid a nationwide outbreak.
A group of protesters calling themselves #WeAreNot have so far staged two silent “die-in” protests in State College and on Penn State’s campus, demanding “justice for Osaze Osagie.” Here’s who they are and what they demand.
In response to the State College police shooting of Osaze Osagie, 29, on March 20, Borough Council on Monday announced several initial actions it plans to take to begin addressing issues of racism, mental health and policing.
Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Rush Township, and Centre County District Attorney Bernie Cantorna introduced a bill that would make it illegal to posses kratom. The herbal substance is often used as a treatment for a variety of medical conditions.
Nearly 40 volunteers helped Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission officers stock Bald Eagle Creek in Boggs Township, Centre County, on Thursday with rainbow trout for the opening day of trout season on Saturday.
The State College Borough Council work session was interrupted Monday by protesters demanding “Justice for Osaze Osagie,” the 29-year-old African-American man who died in a police shooting on March 20.