Crews were on the scene of a deadly crash on Interstate 99 for several hours.
A local group is trying to start a semi-pro football team in Altoona.
A duffel bag filled with heroin was thrown out of a window and the person police say is responsible is now behind bars, but another suspect remains on the run.
A suspect is now in the Somerset County Jail charged with at least one of more than a dozen burglaries in Somerset Township.
A Cambria County Prison guard saved an inmates life and was honored for it Thursday.
Nittany Nation is ramping up the spirit for game day on Friday, as thousands make their way into town.
Federal Health officials considering new restrictions.
Students got up close to the trucks and gear firefighters use
Hollie Ayers told a crowd her horrific story
Evaluating plans for dealing with deadly virus.
Buster is a Toy Poodle looking for his fur-ever home.
4-time Super Bowl champ talks about "Beating the Odds."
The National Parks Service has completed an inventory list after a fire destroyed the headquarters at the Flight 93 Memorial.
A delicious fall treat!
Two local people are being honored for their volunteer work.
The Krause Innovation Studio at Penn State is a unique area that encourages visitors to be aware of their space while collaborating with others and using technology in new ways.
A "howling" good time is set for this weekend as "Ghost Show" opens Friday night at the Historic Mishler Theatre in downtown Altoona.
Civil War history will soon be on display in the Cambria County community.
You can order a Primanti Bros. sandwich anywhere in the U.S.
A Cambria County fire department was getting in some night training.
One of the biggest breast cancer events in the region draws record crowds.
Torrence Edison is in police custody after allegedly throwing a duffle bag of heroin out a window.
Construction is finally underway on the Fraser Centre in downtown State College.
Police from our region are learning the keys to spot while on patrol.
Five counties participated in threat assessments and hazards planning
After another intruder jumped the White House fence and tangled with guard dogs, he was quickly nabbed.
Bryan Flickinger waived all his charges Wednesday at a preliminary hearing.
We're less than two weeks away from the election and candidates are using the time to talk about their platforms.
What will the weather be like for this late-October night game?
About 20 businesses have been burglarized in the Somerset Township area. Now business owner is offering a cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.
A State College man behind bars for felony drug possession waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday.
October 22 is National Police Brutality Day
It would create a prescription drug data base
Veterinarian shadows area district attorney
One company in State College has devised a new way to help support a local food bank.
Local veterans now have a new place to go for treatment.
Can cause breathing problems in children.
Pitt study examines exposure by pregnant moms and babies.
Ribbon cutting ceremony took place Wednesday morning.
A woman says a man in a white Hona Civic exposed himself to her outside a State College Wal-Mart.
Dalton Igoe joins KC and Angie on WTAJ News This Morning to tell his story.
New policies in place to improve Turnpike conditions.
Former Veterinary Technician pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.
The Former Top Editor of the Washington Post died Tuesday.
A Huntingdon County woman is facing retail theft charges.
A woman had minor injuries after a crash in Huntingdon County.
Nearly $4,000 was stolen from a home in Clearfield County.
People attending the Straight Talk Series didn't expect to hear that marijuana use among teens is rising.
An $8 million settlement has been reached between 88 victims of Brother Stephen Baker and the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese, Bishop McCort High School, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown and several individuals.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has lifted its temporary ban on hunting and trapping within all of Pike County.
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