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Penn State Football: You See A Lot By Watching James Franklin’s Radio Show Penn State Football: You See A Lot By Watching James Franklin’s Radio Show
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
For James Franklin, the headphones slid right on. And that’s not just because of his haircut. Thursday night, with #198 fans on-hand and an audience across five states, was not his first radio rodeo. [Read More]
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Penn State Football: You See A Lot By Watching James Franklin’s Radio Show Penn State Football: You See A Lot By Watching James Franklin’s Radio Show
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
For James Franklin, the headphones slid right on. And that’s not just because of his haircut. Thursday night, with #198 fans on-hand and an audience across five states, was not his first radio rodeo. [Read More]

Penn State Football: James Franklin In Element At First Radio Show Penn State Football: James Franklin In Element At First Radio Show
5 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
James Franklin took the stage on Thursday for the first of his weekly radio shows at Damon's in downtown State College. [Read More]

Two Pedestrians Suffer Injuries During Rainstorm Incidents Two Pedestrians Suffer Injuries During Rainstorm Incidents
9 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
Two pedestrians suffered injuries during rainstorms Wednesday, according to the State College Police Department. [Read More]

Penn State Football: Headsets And Buying Airhorns Some Of Challenges For Ireland Trip Penn State Football: Headsets And Buying Airhorns Some Of Challenges For Ireland Trip
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
"We're working through United. We've got some hurdles that we have to overcome with the customs authorities in Ireland, said Takach, who officially has been on the job as equipment manager for two weeks. [Read More]

Bomb Suspect Waives Right to Court Hearing Bomb Suspect Waives Right to Court Hearing
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
The man police say possessed a pipe bomb in his SUV earlier this month in Ferguson Township waived his right to a hearing Wednesday. [Read More]

Penn State, State College Noon News & Features: Thursday, August 21 Penn State, State College Noon News & Features: Thursday, August 21
12 hours ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
Penn State, State College and Centre County are making news all over the web. Every weekday at noon we post links to some of the most noteworthy stories. [Read More]

Food Remains Star of the Show at the Grange Fair Food Remains Star of the Show at the Grange Fair
12 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
Let's be honest, most folks go to the fair for the food. French fries, pizza and ice cream are some of the most common favorites. But at the Grange Fair there are culinary options for even the most sophisticated palates. [Read More]

Police Release Surveillance Photo of Theft Suspect Police Release Surveillance Photo of Theft Suspect
13 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Someone using the victim's credit card has reportedly made purchases at several businesses including a UniMart in Bellefonte, a McDonald's in Milesburg, and Puff Express stores in Lock Haven and Mill Hall. [Read More]

Kids Think They're Just Having Fun, Parents Know They're Learning at Discovery Space Kids Think They're Just Having Fun, Parents Know They're Learning at Discovery Space
18 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
"The first time she sees an exhibit, she says 'Daddy, Daddy, help, help.' But then after a month or so, she can do it herself. It's really great," he says. [Read More]

New Car Seat Guidelines Could Keep Kids Safer New Car Seat Guidelines Could Keep Kids Safer
18 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Many other countries keep their kids rear-facing until age four and have fewer injuries and fatalities. Once a child is large enough for a seat with a five-point harness, they should remain in it as long as the manufacturer suggests. [Read More]

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