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FILE - President Joe Biden, right, walks with Vice President Kamala Harris after speaking on updated guidance on face mask mandates and COVID-19 response, in the Rose Garden of the White House, May 13, 2021, in Washington. President Joe Biden dropped out of the 2024 race for the White House on Sunday, July 21, ending his bid for reelection following a disastrous debate with Donald Trump that raised doubts about his fitness for office just four months before the election. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Voter reactions to Joe Biden’s decision run the gamut in central Pennsylvania

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Let’s Discover

WITF immerses your family in all things intriguing, bridging the gap between curiosity and discovery.

From your first word to your latest hobby, we’ll take you along on a journey to explore it all. Nothing’s out of the question — let’s uncover how local farming uses new technology, get lost in a historical drama, learn how to build a value-based budget, and catch up with your favorite childhood PBS character (who has been on so many adventures since you last tuned in).

Because whatever you’re curious about, we wonder about it, too — and we’re on a mission to wonder about our world and maybe even figure it out.

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The days of journalism’s one-way street of simply producing stories for the public have long been over. WITF’s journalists are committed to transparent, independent, authentic news reporting that puts you first by elevating community engagement and listening as a core of what we do.

Facing an overwhelming stream of news from numberless outlets, people tell us they’re looking for trustworthy, contextual journalism to empower them as they make decisions in their lives. WITF pledges to meet your high standards of what a credible media organization should be.

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The TransAlta Centralia Generation station pictured on March 8, 2024. Mount Rainer is visible to the left of the plant. (Jeremy Long - WITF)

Centralia, Washington’s coal-fired power plant is closing by the end of 2025.

The shutdown came with a deal setting up the town for what’s next. In Pennsylvania, where a robust fossil-fuel economy intersects with the drive to cut carbon emissions that fuel climate change, could Centralia hold lessons for an energy transition?

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The Morning Agenda – a podcast from WITF

Each weekday morning, host Tim Lambert will keep you informed, amused, enlightened and up-to-date on what’s happening in central Pennsylvania and the rest of this great commonwealth.


Mosaic is WITF’s hub for all things Arts, Culture and Lifestyle.

We spotlight and uplift the creators around us, featuring amazing artists, musicians, authors, chefs, dancers, designers, photographers, and more.

WITF Passport


Stream tens of thousands of hours of your PBS and local favorites on-demand with this member-exclusive benefit. Spend the weekend Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., catch up on All Creatures Great & Small, binge-watch a new-to-you favorite, like Miss Scarlet and The Duke, or an old favorite, like Les Misérables. New shows and episodes are added all the time! Whatever your favorite programs are, there’s something for everyone on WITF Passport. 

Watch anytime – on your smallest or biggest screen – online or through the free PBS Video app.

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As one of 350+ PBS member stations, we provide a steady stream of engaging, educational and entertaining shows for explorers of all ages – for children learning about their neighborhood helpers through adults looking to explore the wilds of Africa. WITF also delivers the best of NPR‘s news, culture, and music coverage to virtually any device, anytime you want to listen.

Most importantly, we create and curate enriching original programming and experiences by, for, and about the people around us. With programs like The Spark, we strive to foster a deeper understanding of the world and its people in Central Pennsylvania and beyond. With WITF Music, we spotlight and uplift emerging artists and creators in our midst. There’s so much more to come, so please join us as we grow this engaged community right here with you.

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WITF offers high-quality educational opportunities that reflect the rich diversity in our community. Our neighborhood is full of great places to learn and there’s always a chance to discover something new. You can learn with us in schools, libraries, community centers, ballparks, theaters, colleges, at work, in your living room, and virtually anywhere! Our team of educators offers teacher professional learning, adult education, career exploration, and standards-aligned PreK-12 instruction. You can also find us exploring the neighborhood with our favorite PBS KIDS characters, such as Curious George, Daniel Tiger, and Molly of Denali!

Over the years, we’ve learned a lot together. Through our various educational programs, we are exploring media and design, engineering, robotics, space, energy, animal science, archaeology, history, literature, art, and more! And, like many of you, we like to explore in multiple languages and are curious about different perspectives. As our neighborhood changes, so do we. And we, too, are intrigued by innovation. Join us as we embark on our next discovery!

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The Spark

When people come together and talk about really interesting topics, great questions spark better understanding and opportunities for new ideas to form. The Spark from WITF starts the conversations about what’s happening in the world and at home. Listen live weekdays at noon on WITF 89.5 & 93.3, or listen anytime, where you get your podcasts.


Because of donations from viewers and listeners, WITF is able to remain a vital source of trusted information and cultural enrichment for all Central Pennsylvanians. We’re proud to be YOUR home for curiosity, where educational and entertaining programming encourages civic dialogue and inspires community engagement.

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