CATA has announced changes to bus routes during the Penn State Homecoming Parade that will take place on Friday.
Linebacker tweets that he is coming out of retirement to rejoin Steelers.
Two trucks collided in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 between mile marker 78 and 81.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced they have parted ways with Altoona Curve Manager Carlos Garcia.
Chrysler is recalling more than 230,000 vehicles worldwide due to a faulty fuel pump that could cause engines to stall.
The Somerset County D.A. will seek the death penalty against the man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend.
Multiple sexual assault incidents were reported in State College over the weekend.
Before a packed Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce dinner in Hershey, both candidates came out attacking each other's positions on state government, taxes and education.
The DEP is saying bullet shell casings are leading to lead contamination in the soil and ground water at Black Moshannon State Park.
U.S. jets have begun airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria.
A new report is expected to be released tomorrow on the heroin crisis facing our state.
One bridge in our area will soon be dedicated to a state trooper who was killed in the line of duty.
Hundreds of law enforcement officers continue to comb through tough terrain in search of Eric Frein.
Summer was a difficult time for residents in Ridgway recovering from flood, but they are ready for fall.
Attorney General Kane issues consumer alert about reemerging IRS scam
Police have now identified the man killed in a Centre County fire over the weekend.
Three people from Maryland are facing theft charges.
The arrests announced today involve some of the most common types of insurance fraud.
"We are pushing him hard, he is no longer safe, and I am confident that he will be apprehended."
The game benefits The Miracle League.
Hollidaysburg's Downtown area was recognized last week as one of thirty-two main streets across the state.
The cause of a weekend fire that left one man dead remains under investigation
SFC Scott Smith died in 2006 while attempting to disarm a bomb.
It took five crews about four hours to get a house fire under control
Crews says this derailment could have been a lot worse
Crews say it will take days to clean-up after a train derailed in Altoona.
Police say two men held three people at gun point and got off with cash
Eyewitnesses to the trail derailment described what they saw Saturday morning.
Former students of one-room schools gathered to celebrate
There was a massive train derailment in Altoona Saturday.
Train derailment took place on Saturday morning near 21st Street and 10th Avenue in Altoona.
A Penn State Altoona fraternity at the center of a hazing investigation will be suspended for several years.
One woman was flown to the hospital after being burned in a gas stove explosion.
Residents were told to remain in their homes after shots fired in Barrett Township, Monroe County, prompted a lock down.
Police say a man stole another man's credit card while he lie unconscious after crashing his truck
The FBI has put up hundreds of digital billboards up in Pennsylvania and five other states of Eric Frein in the hopes of catching him.
Architect reveals plans to revitalize downtown
Hospital CEO comments on possible Nason/Conemaugh deal.
One Penn State trustee is pushing for further review of the Freeh report.
1st. Lt. William Turner died in plane crash during the Korean War.
A water authority worker fixing a pipe was rescued after falling 20 feet
The Home Depot is the latest to be hit with a data breach
A water line broke early Friday morning causing a muddy mess for one Johnstown woman.
Sari is a female domestic cat.
20 year old Sirena Schachtner was accused of causing a crash that injured 3 people. She allegedly did not show up for her hearing.
I-Phone 6 and 6-Plus hit stores today.
Game is this Sunday at 6 PM at Mansion Park.
Great meal to come home to after a quick prep in the morning.
The Bestwick Reverse Car Drawing brought out hundreds of people and raised thousands of dollars all for the fight against cancer.
Pennsylvania state law says it's okay to physically reprimand kids. Doctors say that's never the right way but the says it only crosses the line to abuse when it could lead to something more serious.
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