A preview of the race for the 5th congressional seat
Nittany Nation is ramping up the spirit for game day on Friday, as thousands make their way into town.
The Krause Innovation Studio at Penn State is a unique area that encourages visitors to be aware of their space while collaborating with others and using technology in new ways.
We're less than two weeks away from the election and candidates are using the time to talk about their platforms.
One company in State College has devised a new way to help support a local food bank.
People attending the Straight Talk Series didn't expect to hear that marijuana use among teens is rising.
A major expansion project is officially underway in Centre County and Tuesday, we get a look inside.
The Pennsylvania Career Link is now open in Centre County.
After 7 years of planning and developing, the Musser Gap Greenway is open.
Nittany Mountain Trail Rides is strengthening their alcohol policy this year.
The Centre County United Way is helping more organizations than ever before so they're increasing their fundraising goal by $25,000 but they're more than $1mil away from reaching it.
The Dow plunged more than 450 points Wednesday, making for four straight days of losses on Wall Street.
Inmates are testifying without leaving jail.
With yet another high profile child sex abuse case in the news, more questions are being asked by local communities.
The Harris Township Board of Supervisors held their first meeting since one of the board members was arrested.
20 year-old Penn State student Jong Seong Shim, of Tinton Falls, New Jersey, is behind bars Monday.
The Doppler on Wheels travels all over the country collecting data and chasing tornadoes and other large storms.
The first night out is aimed at creating awareness about what's going on Penn State's campus.
Students at a State College elementary school are eating a special lunch Thursday, all in the name of going local.
Women at Penn State are working to become stronger and more confident in their self-defense skills as they participate in the Rape Aggressor Defense course.
Penn State is implementing a temporary suspension on university travel to countries at risk of Ebola spread.
The NCAA has filed a motion with the federal court asking them to expedite a ruling on the Endowment Act.
Folks in Centre County are trying to find a way to help veterans better understand their rights to benefits and other resources available to them.
A local community is still divided when it comes to ideas about how to improve an intersection, following a weekend crash.
A local fire department is unveiling its new, state of the art facility.
A scary day for folks in Centre County, after a tractor trailer crashes through a house.
Police are crediting the Children's Advocacy Center for their help during the Chris Lee investigation.
In the wake of Chris Lee's arrest, the Boal Mansion Museum is closed.
Penn State students are taking a stand to stop sexual violence and they're doing it in a different way.
It's a Day of Caring in Centre County and a special one at that, as the community is coming together to honor a local hero.
Hundreds of people gathered at Penn State to remember one of their own who died in a fiery car crash.
It's been nearly two and a half years since Traci Raymond Miscavish's estranged husband shot and killed her before turning the gun on himself.
The groups met to discuss issues folks in the community are facing everyday.
Authorities seized cocaine, marijuana, Ecstasy, and a large quantity of cash from the 21-year-old suspect's apartment.
Commissioners granted more than $160,000 so that crews can make changes to their plans.
The school hopes to expand their behavioral health education programs.
Campuses all over the country are participating in National Hazing Prevention Week.
It's been a long and frustrating journey for those families who were told they have to leave their homes in Franklin Manor Mobile Home Park in State College earlier this year.
Data shows the number of people seeking treatment for addiction who listed heroin as their drug of choice has doubled.
In recent years, the State College Police have been increasing their security presence at the Penn State Homecoming parade.
An international vigil is being held Friday for an American pastor jailed overseas.
A business destroyed by fire in 2012 is reopening its doors, nearly two years later.
Currently, sexual orientation is not covered under the hate crime law in Pennsylvania.
Multiple Centre County towns are banding together and rallying behind a family that lost their loved one in a house fire.
The "It's On Us" campaign asks community members to come together and stop sexual assault.
The DEP is saying bullet shell casings are leading to lead contamination in the soil and ground water at Black Moshannon State Park.
One Penn State trustee is pushing for further review of the Freeh report.
The Bestwick Reverse Car Drawing brought out hundreds of people and raised thousands of dollars all for the fight against cancer.
Pennsylvania state law says it's okay to physically reprimand kids. Doctors say that's never the right way but the says it only crosses the line to abuse when it could lead to something more serious.
A local soldier, still recovering from losing both of his legs in Afghanistan, is honored Thursday in a big way.