(NEW YORK) -- Author George M. Johnson has found himself at the center of a culture war over what kids can read. Johnson’s memoir, “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” which chronicles his experience growing up as a Black queer man, is the second most banned book... Read More.
(CHARLESTON, WV) -- West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Friday signed a bill that bans nearly all abortions in the state, days after legislators approved the ban. This makes West Virginia the second state to pass an abortion ban after the U.S. Supreme Court... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- All California public school students will have access to free nutritious meals this school year, thanks to the statewide Universal Meals Program. The program comes at a crucial time, with food costs rising, inflation and an overall increase in children facing hunger... Read More.
A lot of fans are boldly going with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, according to Paramount+. The prequel series set a record for the streaming service as the most-watched original series in the Star Trek franchise over its first 90 days and ranked as one... Read More.
DuBois – The president of Penn Highlands DuBois, John Sutika, has announced his plans to retire next year. Sutika will... Read More.
Salem - One person died in a head-on vehicle collision on the Oklahoma-Salem Road in DuBois Thursday afternoon. The road was closed for several hours. The name of the deceased, and the identities of others involved in the crash have not been released. We will have more... Read More.
In its eighth week in theaters, Top Gun: Maverick shows its need for speed isn't slowing down. The Tom Cruise movie has flown past the $1.2 billion mark, thanks to strong performances both here and overseas. In addition to making more than $600 million here,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- At 49 years old, Chalise Smith made a big decision. She committed to becoming a surrogate for one of her daughters, 25-year-old Kaitlyn Munoz, who for years had been struggling with infertility and had undergone egg retrieval and in vitro fertilization in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Adm. Linda Fagan became the first woman to lead a branch of the U.S. military when she was sworn in as commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard at a sunny ceremony in Washington on Wednesday. President Joe Biden, who nominated Fagan to the... Read More.