As a result of construction in State College, several changes will be made to bus routes through the end of January.
Three State Corrections employees were injured after an inmate got a hold of a shovel and started swinging.
It was a big day of celebration at Penn State as the 18th annual THON Family Carnival got underway.
She broke into his home and stole money from her father-in-law.
Tree farms across the state are dealing with several threats, including disease, drought and deer.
Two people killed in a head-on crash on Rt. 144 in Potter Township, Centre County Monday have been identified.
The fourth annual Beaver Stadium Blood Drive will be held Tuesday from 11a.m. until 6 p.m.
Police say it's a scam that's happening to local people in Central PA.
The crash that shut down part of Route 144 in Potter Township, Centre County killed two people Tuesday morning.
PennDOT asks drivers to follow detour around part of Route 144 in Potter Township, Centre County.
Beta Sigma Beta says this year's Menorah Lighting Ceremony has a whole new meaning.
The winter weather is impacting millions of drivers in the Northeast Wednesday, on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
We can expect roads to be busy the next few days, despite the wintry weather.
Governor Tom Corbett signed the transportation bill in Centre County Monday. He calls it a "passport for the future."
A big blood challenge in our region is experiencing a big shortage of donors.
A second investigation begins after the death of a Penn State student over the weekend.
It's a familiar sound you start hearing about this time each year, but some worry bell ringers may be in short supply.
The Affordable Care Act is still a confusing topic for many people, but Tuesday, a local group in Centre County is trying to help explain it.
A new program is recognizing some local emergency services agencies in our region.
State College Police are urging students to remember the use of synthetic or psychedelic drugs is dangerous and illegal.
Since a Penn State student's death Saturday, several questions have come up regarding the safety of high-rise apartment complexes in downtown State College.
Penn State costs for the Sandusky scandal near $52 million, per the latest report.
The Centre County Toys for Tots campaign kicked off in State College Monday morning.
A Penn State student is behind bars after allegedly assaulting staff at Mount Nittany Medical Center.
It's a problem happening across our region and now that the winter season is upon us, experts say homelessness is becoming even more of an issue.
Police identify the man killed in a Centre County crash.
Penn State student employees are worried about how the Affordable Care Act will affect them.
A family of nine loses their home to a fire and Thursday, a community is coming together to help them.
Emergency relief crews are trying to speed up aid efforts in the Philippines.
Penn State Police are already urging folks to use extra caution this holiday season.
A Centre County business is cleaning up Monday after a massive fire destroys one of their buildings Sunday night.
After one of the deadliest storms rips through central Philippines, local students with family there are speaking out.
It was a packed house Sunday in Centre County at the second annual Gluten Free Expo.
Officials are urging people to recycle any campaign yard signs at your local recycle authority center.
Police say 12 vehicles parked at the rear of two fraternity houses in State College were vandalized.
A Penn State student is found guilty after stealing money from several dorm rooms.
Food banks across the region are prepping for a busy holiday season.
It's a type of depression doctors say you may not know you have.
Local police are looking to empty their shelves of unclaimed bikes.
The future of the Garman Theatre may be decided once and for all next week.
Penn State's newest ad campaign is causing some confusion.
A local police officer is honored for going above and beyond the call of duty.
It's a disappointing day for election offices in Centre County, with low voter turnout.
A new policy may allow firearms on college campuses across the state.
Police conduct roaming weekend patrol.
It's a sweet name for a dangerous drug that's sweeping the nation and showing up across Central Pennsylvania.
An out of county judge has a big decision to make. To move the Paterno vs. NCAA case forward, or not.
Penn State student engineers are at it again.
Arguments will be heard in court Tuesday as the Paterno vs. NCAA lawsuit takes center stage in Bellefonte.
The future of a local business is in jeopardy, all because of alcohol.