Traffic and trash are the two things borough officials say are the biggest concerns during move in weekend.
The state plans to tear down an area hospital and people in the community talk about what it will mean to them.
A popular Blair County Restaurant was demolished.
Four different bands will be Rocking the Lot to raise money for local little girl.
A passing truck spilled diesel fuel all over a Cambria County road.
As the first day of classes quickly approaches for college students, officials are warning students to stay safe.
For the first time, people over the age of 18 will be protected against "revenge porn".
Families in a local mobile home park are still looking for help as their deadline to move out quickly approaches.
Pennsylvania prohibits importing specific carcass parts from members of the deer family from 21 states and two Canadian provinces.
Businesses are seeing spikes in sales when Penn State students move in.
The fire Thursday night that started in a basement apartment was ruled an accident, but it left three families without a home.
Relies on wife, caregivers for everything.
A 19 year old Blacklick Valley student was arrested for threatening to bring a gun to school.
The Philipsburg State Hospital is set to be demolished.
Longtime Pennsylvania AG Agent set to retire.
State Police in Philipsburg are searching for a suspect who slashed all four tires on a car.
These buffalo turnover appetizers are perfect for any get together or snack!
A fire that broke out in the area sent two people to the hospital and left a cat and a dog dead.
The 140th Anniversary of the Centre County Grange Fair is underway.
School is starting for a lot of students next week and when it starts at one district on Wednesday there will be a new system checking every visitor that walks through the door.
YTI Career Institute held their graduation ceremonies in Altoona.
The PUC votes on a settlement against West Penn Power.
Agent James Walstrom spent more than three decades fighting the war on drugs.
A Bishop at a local church is asking the community to come together to stop the violence.
Some Penn Staters aren't happy after their assigned game day parking was moved somewhere they said is too far away.
Governor Corbett visits region multiple times in past 8 days
Bedford County small businesses attended training for what to do in case the worst happens.
Article recognizes hospital's turnaround.
One person dies overnight after crashing a motorcycle near the Blair/Cambria county line.
Winter is friendly older dog.
Somerset Police have made an arrest after two homes were invaded.
Bell also facing a DUI charge.
NFL reportedly wants half-time acts to pay for the privilege to play.
Pennsylvania's little league team drops their first game of The Little League World Series, but have one more shot to get to the final.
A local woman is facing harassment charges after allegedly swerving her vehicle to splash someone.
College football season is right around the corner. For the Penn State Nittany Lions and around 6,000 of their fans, it's all the way across the pond for the season opener.
Experts talked about sexual assault in the military at a Veteran's Symposium Johnstown.
UPMC Altoona and Kohl's Department Store want parents to be "hard-headed" when it comes to their kids playing safely.
UPS says it has discovered malware in its information systems.
One area hospital showcased the safety elements they have in place today.
Disabled veterans from Iraq and Operation Enduring Freedom are learning more about the opportunities that are available to them in this region.
We sat down with Governor Corbett to talk about his greatest accomplishments and regrets over the last 4 years.
Part of law says substitute teachers can't work more than 30 hours per week at a single district.
Somerset Borough Police are looking for one possible two suspects involved in two separate home invasions.
Dispatchers encouraging people to call in with emergencies whenever possible
While hosting a fundraiser for an instructor whose home caught on fire, DuBois Business College students found a cat.
53 year-old Richard Lenhart is behind bars Wednesday on several felony and misdemeanor charges after he allegedly had sex with at least two of his former patients and committed insurance fraud multiple times.
Family frustrated after boat ride.
12 year old Jorden McClure's van was heavily damaged by a fire last Sunday. The community is now helping him get a new one.
According to the criminal complaint, Dr. Richard Lenhart used the guise of treatment to sexually assault two female patients under his care.
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