A group of innovators are creating sustainable furniture.
As the Bellefonte Youth Center awaits moving into their new location, they're hitting the streets and going mobile.
Road construction is holding up traffic in several areas of Centre County this summer, but one township is seeing traffic for a different kind of construction.
A federal study shows the number of drug overdoses in Pennsylvania is on the rise.
They're pesky creatures that always seem to ruin your backyard summer barbeque, but now researchers say they're closer to figuring out why.
Thousands of people across the region took an extended lunch Thursday to cheer on Team USA.
Families living along Linden Hall Road are trying to figure out how this happened to their properties again.
A busy road in State College was shut down Wednesday afternoon for flash flooding.
President Obama is focusing on women's issues and says the United States should join the rest of the industrialized world and offer paid leave to new moms.
We all know this past winter was rough, but a local borough is still dealing with the effects and it's impacting drivers.
Starbucks announced some drinks will go up 5 to 20 cents.
AG Kane says investigation took too long.
Twenty first responders from all over central Pennsylvania are new graduates from the Crisis Intervention Team training program.
The Centre Foundation is offering $100,000 in grants for local organizations.
Two women were injured after a crash in Spring Township.
State College Police Chief Tom King testified in front of the Senate Transportation Committee this week explaining why he thinks local police should be allowed to have radar guns.
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement says ten people have been detained after they raided multiple State College restaurants.
With hundreds of people accessing the pools to cool off, the money they pay to get in, starts to add up and help keep the pool running all summer long.
It pays to be an employee at Starbucks. The coffee company is now offering a tuition reimbursement benefit to employees who don't have bachelor's degrees.
A virus which has hit 30 states is killing millions of pigs and causing pork prices to rise.
Police say they were able to identify the 18-year-old suspect through surveillance video.
A local high school music teacher is nominated for a national award, thanks to one of his students.
There are still more questions than answers after a federal investigation shuts down several Asian restaurants in State College Thursday.
As baby boomers start to age, the need for nurses is growing.
As many as nine Asian restaurants in the State College area are the target of a federal investigation.
Dozens of people attended a meeting where developers and engineers discussed the construction of a retaining wall and walkway area in Bellefonte.
State Police honors man who helped in crash.
The American Medical Association has decided cheerleading should be considered a sport due to its rigors and risks.
In light of recent school shooting incidents, a school district in Centre County is preparing for the worst.
Miss Pennsylvania may not have won the Miss USA pageant but the 24-year-old Pittsburgh native is creating a conversation about sexual assault.
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the third floor conference room of the courthouse annex.
The White House wants to ease the burden for those seeking a college degree.
Penn State and a non-profit group are interested in the property.
Caitlin McGlaughlin's appointment was sponsored by Representative Glenn Thompson.
Spraying is planned for parts of Rush Township to reduce the adult mosquito population.
The fire company was honored by county commissioners in April.
30 CATA buses now have cameras installed inside and outside of them.
Hollywood is coming to town! A national TV show is filming in our region.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker is proposing a cigarette tax increase to help balance the state budget.
Pennsylvania's Summer Special Olympic Games are underway in State College.
As Centre County's Camp Cadet celebrates 30 years, a teen who attended the camp is looking back at how participating sparked a career interest.
A local woman is finding a new way to help recovering drug addicts.
Congressman Glenn Thompson says the exchange violates the law.
A man already behind bars for allegedly vandalizing a local cemetery is facing more charges for arson.
A distinguished Penn State alumna is dead after a fiery crash in Massachusetts Saturday claimed his life and six others.
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Ferguson Township Police have made an arrest in one of the Centre County cemetery vandalism cases.
The Centre County Coroner says the man died of head trauma after falling seven stories from his balcony in State College. A witness says he heard it all happen.
Authorities were called to the 300 block of South Allen Street shortly before 3 Thursday afternoon.
State College Police are increasing their patrol units in residential areas and cemeteries after multiple cases of vandalism and arson were reported the last few weeks.