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.
The Discover Downtown Johnstown group is raising money to put a 40 foot tall Christmas tree in Central Park this year.
Snow may seem unusual in April, but is it?
Police said several kids started pounding on the doors and trying to break in after a boy was kicked out.
It's been 18 years since Garth Brooks has graced the stage at the Bryce Jordan Center, and now he's back.
Local shelters say they're full. Help is needed.
If you're out drinking and driving this weekend, 60 local and state police officers will be out too, looking for you.
Cuddles is a year old Terrier mix looking for his forever home.
She was honored by the American Red Cross.
Township secretary and police officers honored for service.
It was working too closely to where workers had been digging.
One county reports the use starting as early as age 12.
Nearly 40 farm animals were victims of that blaze.
After being kicked of the restaurant, several kids try to break down the doors.
Penn State Altoona students are raising money to improve a study spot in the woods and to open it up to the community.
Like many teenagers, India Scott is excited for graduation.
Pennsylvania's emergency responders have new requirements now where they'll all have to get multiple background checks more often.
Well thanks to national parks in western PA, 68 million dollars has come into the viewing area.
The Altoona Police Department is looking for help on nearly two year old murder case.
Rotelli Italian Restaurant on Calder Way was scheduled to be to have its liquor license and kitchen equipment auctioned off at 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
State College District Superintendent Bob O'Donnell said the State College Area School District saw a spike in the number of kids opting out of PSSA testing.
A college in our region welcomes a speaker who encourages students to give back.
Overcrowding causes a local ambulance association to move.
A local library is accepting used books for their upcoming sale.
Several state representatives are meeting with local business owners across Central PA to gauge their stance on the state's business and job climate.
One bear was captured last week, but now a bear is eating from the trash again.
A Clearfield man is facing aggravated assault charges after police say he beat a two-year-old girl, causing life-threatening injuries.
A new bill could stop people from using their public assistance dollars to buy tobacco products.
For the next two weekends, alcohol will be served in the Bryce Jordan Center for the Garth Brooks performances.
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