Do you recognize the man in the gray hooded sweatshirt in this newly released surveillance video?
The Centre County Crime Stoppers are falling short in both funding and volunteers.
2015 is the year for major construction projects in Bellefonte, but borough officials are starting to weigh concerns about how the construction will affect parking.
People all over the area are preparing for this weather weather and winter storm coming in.
The university is attempting to address the campus crow problem with a crow relocation program.
With ice in the air, PennDOT crews are hitting the streets to prep for the storm.
An aggressive investigation is underway to determine whether or not Chick-fil-A restaurants are the victim of the newest data breach.
Organizers originally said they thought this year was relatively light with vandalism after First Night but that's a different story now after vandals destroyed all 35 sculptures in the park.
Three hospitals in our region are celebrating the arrival of New Year babies, including in Centre County.
Thousands of people head to Centre County to celebrate a new year.
Scammers are calling Verizon customers, asking them to take a quick survey then stealing their personal information.
With the Nittany Lions being bowl bound for the first time in a few years, fans are showing their support by buying official merchandise.
People are heading to stores tonight but for completely different reasons; now they're looking to return or exchange holiday gifts.
For some people, Christmas is just like every other day.
Last minute shoppers are hustling around looking for gifts for their family and friends.
A local family is spending time together in a unique way.
A major roadway now has a new name after a hometown hero.
This time of year, with the holidays around, can be difficult for people who are coping with losing a loved one.
Middle school students in Centre County are making cards for a terminally ill girl halfway across the country.
Michelle Woodyear's family members are calling her a trooper and survivor after she overcame multiple tragedies to get her graduate degree.
The Mount Nittany Inn is planning on closing December 21st.
Motorists are getting a holiday from high gas prices. According to the Federal Government, U.S. drivers will save an additional $550 next year.
After more than 50 years, the president is moving forward to restore full diplomacy with Cuba.
A state of the art training system is helping local law enforcement learn how to better handle real life situations.
Every year, dozens of non-profit organizations rely on holiday giving for an extra financial boost.
A Centre County woman is behind bars Tuesday after police said she abused at least two of her kids.
A new social media account is causing problems throughout the State College Area School district.
Penn State University can add another top ranking to its list.
After all of the rallies against law enforcement in Ferguson and New York City, a rally for law enforcement was held in our region Friday.
Two large municipalities in Centre County are facing tax increases for the upcoming year due to the development in the boroughs.
Multiple crashes shut down a five mile stretch of the westbound lanes of Interstate 80 at the Centre and Clinton County line Thursday morning.
A man says he was walking in downtown State College when someone threw water on him then used a racial phrase.
Police in State College are investigating another hate crime in the area, this time involving a Penn State fraternity.
Local experts are talking about the Senate Intelligence Committee's report about the CIA interrogation tactics.
It's that time of year, flu season is starting to sink in for many people, but Penn State University is warning of another viral infection that's hitting campus.
A court order has reassigned Judge Bradley P. Lunsford from hearing criminal trials.
New documents which include former president Rodney Erickson's deposition, have been released in the case where Senator Jake Corman and Senator Rob McCord are looking at the validity of the consent decree.
A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows e-cigarette use among middle and high school students has more than doubled in the U.S, in just a year's time.
An anniversary is being celebrated in Centre County this month.
Pennsylvania will start the new year in the red.
As the days grow colder, one local group is working to help kids in need this winter by collecting coats to keep them warm.
Residents living in areas where these thefts have happened say they had not heard anything about it from other neighbors or receiving a notification from the Post Office.
This is only the third year for Giving Tuesday but since the social media initiative kicked off in 2012, over 10,000 non-profit organizations have benefited including some in central Pennsylvania.
Every two years, the State College Area School District conducts a student survey to better understand the climate and culture of their schools.
Hunters say it wasn't a good day to be out in the woods.
Penn State is closing grass parking lots after several inches of snow fell in Central Pennsylvania earlier in the week.
A town in Centre County changed its holiday decorations this year to honor a man who had a long tradition of spreading Christmas cheer.
On any popular social media site, you can see posts of people hitting the gym and giving daily updates about their work outs.
A jury found Elvin Lamey guilty on multiple charges including child rape.
Rain and freezing temperatures caused quite the mess Saturday night in Centre and Clearfield Counties, as dozens of cars crashed along I-99 and I-80.