Group building home for man who lost everything.
An early morning shooting left one person dead and sent another to the hospital.
A jury found Kevin McGee guilty on eight out of eleven charges including attempted criminal homicide.
Police in Cambria County are investigating a pair of overnight armed robberies.
More than 100 National Guard troops left for Afghanistan Sunday afternoon.
After ten elections in 20 years, State Representative Gary Haluska said its now time to retire.
Members of the Air Force Association are trying to raise money to bring a replica of a P-40 Plane to the Johnstown Airport in honor of a local hero.
Two heroin busts Monday and a 3rd over the weekend. 6 suspects behind bars Monday night -- in these busts where local law enforcement say it's supply and demand for an opiate who's price has come down.
There's a sports-filled day planned at one area University ready for you!
Richland Township Police arrested three wanted fugitives at the Hampton Inn over the weekend.
A federal judge will issue an order Friday morning on whether or not 18-year old Vladislav Miftakohv will stay in jail or be released on bond.
In April another unit from the Johnstown area will be deployed to Afghanistan.
A 3-year old Johnstown toddler found a loaded gun in the snow.
John Burns served in World War II, more than 30 years ago he lost his medals but was given a new set for his birthday.
Officials announced Wednesday that Brownstown Borough received a state grant to improve its park.
State Police are still working to make contact with a man they say is barricaded in his home.
January’s harsh weather took a toll on blood donations across the country.
Ron Repak was arraigned in federal court and let go on $10,000 unsecured bond on Wednesday morning.
Johnstown Police charged a woman taking her God child and not giving her back to her parents.
Johnstown Police believe two shootings a week apart could be connected.
Cambria County officials announced Thursday; they received more than $340,000 to help its seniors.
Johnstown Area Regional Industries announced Wednesday that they got $25,000 contribution from AT&T to help area adults prepare for college and jobs.
Doctors at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital said despite the frigid temps they have not seen an increase in patients.
The third annual Lift Johnstown volunteer party will be held on January 23, 2014.
It’s been one year since Cambria County started its Veterans Court Program, and officials said it’s a success.
Emergency responders said when the snow melts and it rains there is always a chance for flooding, that’s why it’s important to be prepared.
Richland Township Police charged James Smith Jr., with stealing a Salvation Army Kettle on Christmas Eve.
A Somerset County man was arrested for breaking into an equipment store and stealing thousands in chainsaws.
It was announced Thursday you can take a free cab ride home News year’s Eve in Johnstown.
Johnstown City Firefighters every year put their own money together to give a family in need a Christmas.
Sherman Holes was in court Friday morning for a pretrial conference when he told his attorney’s he wanted to take a plea deal.
On Friday toys donated from community members were handed out to hundreds in the hospital thanks to Cuddles For Kids.
Commissioners voted 2-1 to pass the 2014 budget.
$50,000 worth of drugs taken off the streets in an early morning raid.
The Portage Township Supervisors are pursuing legal action against the Bar Ann Drive In to remove their sign that has been in place for 58 years.
Fire officials said they see increases in house fires during the holiday season, and preventing it is as simple as using common sense.
The Johnstown City Firefighters saw a need to help keep kids warm in the city and raised money to buy some new coats.
Johnstown Police have been patrolling the city streets with a new tool to help catch violators.
Firefighters are looking into what sparked a house fire Monday morning.
Johnstown’s Assistant Fire Chief determined a house fire was accidental.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Dayon Richardson, again.
Cambria County is $13 million in debt and commissioners announced Thursday that they have taken out a loan to help pay down its bills.
One local fire department decided to be Santa’s helpers and help out families in need this holiday season.
Cardell Clinton pleaded guilty Tuesday to selling heroin.
Carrolltown Borough Police are looking for a driver who snapped a utility pole that knocked out power to residents.
Johnstown Police are investigating an early morning shooting.
Proposal would allow bars and taverns to offer games currently restricted to non-profit groups.
Police in Cambria County are asking for your help.
Fire ruled accidental, caused by wood burner.
Local fathers share ways they protect their young children.