State Police are still investigating a fatal blaze in Grampian.
A 32-year old Johnstown man allegedly sold or intended to sell 100 grams or more of heroin.
A Centre County woman has been found guilty of third degree murder after huffing a can of air duster.
Two State Reps are working together, bringing members of their communities to a forum to discuss the heroin epidemic.
A local Congressman honors two Vietnam Veterans from our area.
Local high school students showed the fun side of science with a Halloween themed display.
An area church gave the community a safe place to celebrate the season.
He led police on a chase-- now police are questioning him.
Jason Maines was free on bail when he allegedly beat a man with a six inch metal pipe.
Judy Ward and Jason Lynn want your vote
Hope to eventually learn from failed rocket launch.
Investigators are trying to figure out why a commercial supply rocket headed to the ISS exploded Tuesday night.
A Blairsville man will serve 24 months in prison and five years probation.
A Johnstown man will serve the next 90 months in prison followed by a three year probation period.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education is looking for feedback on how they measure student success.
A commercial supply ship bound for the International Space Station exploded just moments after lift off Tuesday.
Seniors at the Villages At Penn State made a calendar - starring themselves - where they're remaking iconic film scenes.
Close to 30 young women will take the stage in Altoona Saturday for their time to shine.
The final Blair County Neighborhood Watch meeting of the year was titled “Refuse to be a Victim”.
Charges were filed against 3 more people in a drug investigation. 3 others face additional charges.
That money will be divided up between 86 different projects from around the state.
Several local groups are getting money to grow their business.
After three months of discussion over the Freeh report, Penn State's Board of Trustees is choosing to wait it out.
PSU researchers study cough treatment for kids.
A 4- year old girl was killed while riding on an ATV with her cousins.
Nurses train in protective gear.
Police are continuing to investigate a crash that killed a man
Emergency crews are on the scene of this two vehicle crash on Route 36 in Blair County.
Emergency crews are on scene of a fiery crash in Fox Township, Elk County.
Federal Health Officials have announced revamped guidelines for doctors and nurses returning home to the US after treating Ebola patients in West Africa.
Man is charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and harassment.
Five young people were on the four wheeler when it flipped.
A preview of the race for the 5th congressional seat
There's now a state-wide network for health care professionals to crack down on prescription drug abuse.
One area school district is teaching a real hands-on lesson in healthy eating.
The Altoona Police Department wants to warn residents about a phone scam in our area.
In an effort to combat the prescription drug problem in our state, Governor Tom Corbett signed two bills into law Monday.
A 12-year-old girl accidentally shot herself this morning
A state police fire marshal is investigating a vacant house fire that destroyed one home and damaged two others.
Products sold at major stores throughout the country.
All travelers who arrived recently from West Africa.
State Police say a 12 year old girl accidentally shot herself.
Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery becomes the latest person to retire or resign because of the pornographic email scandal.
A 12 year old girl was shot outside her home in Blair County Monday morning.
The Fire Marshall says a vacant house fire in Nanty Glo was caused by Arson.
James Smeal of Woodland is the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week for October 27.
Tyrone Area School District says the decision is precautionary after a young girl was shot in Snyder Township, Blair County.
The Huntingdon County DUI Task Force will be cracking down on DUIs this week.
The first health care worker isolated under the new protocols in New Jersey calls her treatment "inhumane."
The community is looking to raise $10,000
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