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Curve pull off comeback, win on walk-off

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) – The Curve trailed by four runs heading into bottom of the fifth inning, and pulled off the comeback, winning 5-4 over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Andres Alvarez had the walk-off single into centerfield in the bottom of the ninth with two outs. Catcher Blake Sabol had a pair of RBIs, […] → Read More

2022 Blue-White Game Preview

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) – Penn State’s Blue-White Game is set for Saturday, April 23 at 2 P.M. at Beaver Stadium. The format for this spring’s fun will be slightly different than normal, featuring a scrimmage format. Offense will play against the defense in a scrimmage that is broken up into eight segments. The team […] → Read More

PSU guard Sessoms transferring to Coppin State

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) – Penn State senior guard Sam Sessoms announced he is transferring to Coppin State for his final year of eligibility. On Twitter and Instagram, Sessoms said, “Don’t question my decision just back my next move, Im doing this 4 me not for no one else” In the 2021-2022 season, Sessoms averaged […] → Read More

Blair County Sports HOF welcomes six inductees

BLAIR COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) – After multiple delays because of COVID-19, the Blair County Sports Hall of Fame banquet was held on Saturday. Five individuals and a team were inducted. John Hayes, John Lingenfelter, Eric Malone, Eddie Miller, and Tawney Nardozza, and the 1970 Bishop Guilfoyle boy’s basketball team were honored. Julie Roseborough, the Bellwood […] → Read More

Penn State wrestling wins team National Championship, five individuals

DETROIT (WTAJ) – Penn State wrestling won the program’s 10th NCAA Wrestling Championship, ninth under head coach Cael Sanderson. The Nittany Lions clinched the team title before the start the individual final session. Five Nittany Lions made the finals, all five won national championships. At 133 pounds, no. 1 Roman Bravo-Young beat no. 2 Daton […] → Read More

Penn State RB Singleton wins Mr. PA Football

UNIVERISTY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) – Former Governor Mifflin and freshman Penn State running back Nick Singleton won Mr. PA Football for Class 4-6A. The early enrollee at Penn State was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year and the Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year. In his senior year, Singleton ran for 2,059 yards […] → Read More

Noah Cain enters transfer portal

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) – Penn State junior running back Noah Cain has entered the transfer portal. Cain ran for 350 yards in 2021, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. He lead the team in rushing touchdowns at four. He averaged 40.77 yards a game. He missed most of the 2020 season with a knee […] → Read More

Exploring Tampa Bay ahead of the Outback Bowl

Our Nittany Nation crew of Andrew Clay and Anderley Penwell explored everything Tampa Bay has to offer ahead of Penn State’s matchup with Arkansas in the Outback Bowl. The journey started at the Florida Aquarium at the American Victory Ship and Museum. The ship was commissioned in 1945 and is one of four operation ships […] → Read More

Penn State to take on Arkansas in Outback Bowl

The Penn State Nittany Lions will take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in the 2021 Outback Bowl in Tampa on January 1, 2022. The 7-5 Nittany Lions have played in four previous Outback Bowls. → Read More

Clifford exits, Penn State leads Rutgers in sluggish first half

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) – Penn State leads Rutgers 7-0 at halftime from Beaver Stadium. On Senior Day, quarterback Sean Clifford left in the first half and did not return. Freshman Christian Veilleux replaced Clifford. Both teams struggled offensively. The Nittany Lions recorded just 120 yards of total offense, while the Scarlet Knights only had […] → Read More

Johnstown teen wins international wrestling championship

BUDAPEST, Hungary (WTAJ) – Bo Bassett, 14, a student at Bishop McCort Catholic, won the Cadet World Wrestling Championship. The annual yearly wrestling event consists of the best 16 and 17 Greco-Roman, freestyle and even woman wrestlers compete. Bassett was one of the youngest wrestlers in the tournament. In the beginning, Bassett sailed through the […] → Read More

PSU Women’s Basketball Big Ten opponents announced

ROSEMONT, Ill. (WTAJ) – On Thursday, the Big Ten announced Penn State Women’s Basketball 2021-2022 conference opponents. The Lady Lions will play five “double-play” opponents and eight “single-play” games. Penn State will play home and away games against Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, and Rutgers. For the single-play home games, the Nittany Lions will host […] → Read More

PIAA Softball and Baseball Semifinal results

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) – PIAA Baseball and Softball semifinals took place Monday. Winners advance to the finals on Thursday and Friday. SOFTBALL RESULTS 1A: West Greene defeated DuBois Central Catholic 12-1. 3A: Mount Pleasant defeated Punxsutawney 13-0. BASEBALL RESULTS 1A: Halifax defeated Juniata Valley 4-3. 3A: Tyrone vs. Central at PNG Field in Altoona was delayed due to weather. → Read More

Penn State women’s soccer tops Vandy

CARY, NC- (WTAJ) – Penn State women’s soccer faced off against Vanderbilt in the second round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament on Saturday. The score was tied 0-0 at halftime, but in the second half, Junior Rachel Wasserman is sprung on the left wing, and sent a ball across the top of the box […] → Read More

Local grocery store puts a grown up twist on a lunch staple

"Adult Lunchables" sold at Lynn's Dakotamart in Lead, S.D. → Read More

Cost of materials for construction up, raising overall building costs

Construction costs up across the industry. → Read More

S.D. to move into Phase 1E

South Dakota to moves to vaccinating essential workers, fire service personnel. → Read More

Pennington County becomes 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County

Pennington County Commission declares county 2nd Amendment Sanctuary. → Read More

Man pleas not guilty to two charges in Nov. 2020 shooting death

Phillip Pond pleaded not guilty Wednesday in federal court to the charges of second degree murder and the use of a gun in the commission of a violent crime. → Read More

Johnson asks for more information on unspent COVID-19 money

Rep. Dusty Johnson (R- S.D.) asks for more information on unspent COVID-19 relief. → Read More