Cases before the court come from Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee start Tuesday.
Tuesday at noon in Central Park, the team and community will have a pep rally!
In the first quarter of 2015, they've taken off $16 million worth of drugs off the streets.
Police say the teen is now facing charges, even though it could have been an accident.
Fraternity suspended as police investigate possibly hazing.
A construction worker and the suspect in the crash were taken to a local hospital.
A wall on the third level of a parking garage came dislodged after someone drove into it.
A group of high school performers are heading out to a big regional competition.
Riots break out across the city after Freddie Gray funeral.
Central PA Humane Society responded and had to call for additional support.
After incident last week, owners have a new sign limiting who can come in.
A judge ordered all-cash bail for a man who allegedly attacked a woman in an apartment.
Two adults are facing child endangerment charges after police say three kids were not properly cared for.
WTAJ News has new details on the state's top prosecutor finding herself on the other side of the law.
An electrical fire spread throughout an ambulance while it was parked outside a hospital.
Crews in Danville, Montour County, are killing off dozens of groundhogs because of what they believe they're doing to the levee system along a river.
Police released a surveillance photo in hopes that you can help identify him.
The Pennsylvania Auditor General is calling on the State's System of Higher Education to do more to minimize tuition hikes.
A loose slab of concrete on top of a State College parking garage has shut a sidewalk down.
It uses your own stem cells.
Several residents have called into the WTAJ newsroom to complain about a sewage leak in Altoona.
More than 100,000 residents transferred to plan on Monday.
Move prompted by cancellations of Medicare plans.
Drivers will want to be on the lookout for traffic changes in Altoona and State College.
That road was closed for nearly four hours while crews fixed that leak.
Police say the damage is at $5,000.
State and local police pulled over more than 400 drivers during the two-night operation.
After a incident last week, the restaurant says no one under 18 is allowed in without a parent or guardian.
The community gathered Sunday to remember a special officer.
State Police are investigating a car versus bicycle crash, and they say the cyclist was at fault.
Police say someone left two cats in a carrier in the wood to freeze or starve over the winter
A house in Huntingdon County is a total loss after an overnight fire and 12 hours later, crews are called out to extinguish rekindling.
A local lawmaker is trying to clear up some confusion in school board elections.
State Troopers are conducting DUI patrols this weekend, and before they hit the streets, they got a reminder of why they're doing it.
The Altoona Police Department is sending a warning for parents to talk with their children about internet safety.
Volunteers spent all day in one Blair County Community helping neighbors throw away extra trash.
Police say an Indiana County Man violated his Megan’s Law rules.
Johnstown is one step closer to being named Hockeyville USA.
Classes began in January and its first round of students are about to graduate.
A different kind of benefit run took place in Ebensburg.
As the summer season is coming our way, kids are encouraged to get outside and play.
A triathlon and race were held to help out military families.
Penn state police are investigating another sexual assault on campus.
Several groups are trying to revitalize the City of Johnstown.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo takes another look into the long range and once again tackles the question of whether these have been our last snowflakes of the season.
Student injured after falling through skylight of local school.
Troopers have listed DUI as being involved in this accident that sent two cars off the road.
Police say they believe the toddler then fell into a crib, causing life-threatening injuries.
Local first responders trained for emergency situations.
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