The 100 Mile Yard Sale is underway down 879.
The fire happened last Thursday and has rekindled twice since.
An area neighborhood is being credited with helping police
Looking for 37 year old daughter after she jumped out of car.
Vandals broke coin operated light switch box.
DuFast celebrates 40 years of service.
Athletes with the Clearfield County Special Olympics hit the water tonight to try something new. Volunteers say, they're really the one learning lessons.
First safety day held in Clearfield County.
Two people are being treated for critical injuries
Governor Corbett announced that the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) awarded Clearfield County Keystone Communities grants to support flood protection issues.
The Clearfield Pool has completed their renovation project.
Dr. Juanita Lovett, who grew-up in DuBois, gave a surprise donation to the library!
Rescue crews recovered a body in Karthaus Sunday afternoon
Portion of river reopened after being closed last week
After three days of searching, a 19 year old boy is still missing after he went canoeing with his church group.
Land and water search efforts continue along the Susquehanna River
Police are investigating after a teen is found dead.
A program puts drivers behind the wheel so they can see how reaction time is impacted when driving drunk or distracted.
Two people were rushed to the hospital after a head-on crash.
A young man died late Monday night, after the vehicle he was driving collided with another a car.
A business is giving crafters a place to sell their stuff year round.
Over 140 athletes from across 2 counties participated in the Special Olympics track and field event!
A school van driver has been charged with allegedly driving under the influence of marijuana.
Eggs and stones were thrown at moving cars damaging them.
In memory of their principal who died from breast cancer, students learn about preventing cancer and they raised money for the American Cancer Society,
The Child Development class at Clearfield High School is hosting a fashion show to raise funds for Grady's Decision, a faith based organization that help families with premature babies.
All residents under the Union Township Municipal Authority in Clearfield County are advised to boil their water.
Police are reminding people to pick-up after their pets so disease does not spread, it does not get in water and no one steps in it.
Local restaurants give 50% off to servicemen and women who are dressed in uniform or who show they are military.
Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone.
In honor of Earth Day many local parks and campsites are asking people to volunteer to help them get ready for the busy season. If they do, they can camp for free!
A new business is using America's favorite food to give back to local fire departments.
64 cases of beer missing and police say a distributor's employee is to blame.
Authorities are looking for a fugitive in Clearfield County.
Around 2:00 Friday, three cars collided in Clearfield County.
Fire Damages an auto repair shop.
The Ritz Theater in Clearfield will remain open.
A teach qualified by just 4 seconds. She was surprised with a send-off.
A family felt the calling to adopt three kids from China and now, they are assisting other families interested in adopting.
The community is supporting a State Trooper as he recovers from being shot in the line of duty.
A local school wins a national award for their music program.
A class offers a way to refresh older drivers on what skills are needed to drive.
The annual walk/run for someone special had a record breaking year.
Police say three horses were found dead in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County.
A local VFW has plans to restore a World War I Memorial.
After fire destroyed the DuBois Country Club they found a way to still have a golf season.
Jackie Robinon's daughter, Sharon, made her way to DuBois to share the story of her father and how he inspires her.
The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center held their annual "It's So Much More Than Hair Event".
The Army approved new tattoo regulations on March 6.
A 4th grader who wants to inspire kids to read builds a free little library.