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PSU Student Starts GoFundMe Page To Repair OSU Riot Damage

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — For the first time since 1964, Penn State beat a top-two team in the country on Saturday night.

The improbable 24-21 upset of Ohio State propelled the Nittany Lions into the AP top-25 for the first time since 2011, but also propelled students onto the field and eventually into the streets of State College leading to post-game rioting. 140 more words


89-Year-Old Cubs Fan Ready For The Big Win

CHICAGO (CBS) — With the Cubs and Indians preparing Tuesday night for the start of the World Series, there are as many Cubs fan stories as there are Cubs fans. 191 more words


Minnesotan To Meet: WCCO Photographer Bob Cowan

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — For work he’s traveled to places like: South America, Hawaii, the frozen Tundra, even Romania. You probably don’t know him, but you may recognize his work, you see it every day when you watch WCCO. 480 more words


Police Activity Surrounds New Eastern Inn In Elkton

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Route 40 between Delaware Avenue and Route 213 in Elkton is closed as police activity surrounds the New Eastern Inn, according to the Cecil County Sheriff’s Office. 24 more words


UHart Reports Sexual Assault

(West Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Authorities are investigating a reported sexual assault that occurred over the weekend near the University of Hartford.

The University sent out a release on its web site indicating the incident that was reported to have occurred at a residence near the main campus in West Hartford. 96 more words


October Storm Pummels Marin, Sonoma Counties

SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF) – An October storm front roared through Sonoma and Marin counties early Tuesday, dumping over than 2 inches of rain across the region. 364 more words


2 Injured In New Haven Gas Station Shooting

(New Haven, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – New Haven police are investigating a shooting Monday night the left two men injured, one critically.

Police say they were called to the scene of the Hess Gas Station at Ferry and State Streets around 7:30 p.m. 133 more words