Penn State and a non-profit group are interested in the property.
Caitlin McGlaughlin's appointment was sponsored by Representative Glenn Thompson.
Hollywood is coming to town! A national TV show is filming in our region.
Pennsylvania's Summer Special Olympic Games are underway in State College.
A man already behind bars for allegedly vandalizing a local cemetery is facing more charges for arson.
Authorities were called to the 300 block of South Allen Street shortly before 3 Thursday afternoon.
A State College native is taking on a major role in Arlington.
The mayor of a local town officiates her first same-sex marriage just a week after the state legalized gay marriage.
More than one dozen headstones were damaged at Pine Hall Cemetery in State College.
There's no pain deeper than losing someone you love, but a local woman is using her talents to make sure that special someone isn't gone forever.
Penn State's newest president is settling into his role on the university's main campus.
The referendum will lead to improvements to State College High.
History was made Tuesday as a federal judge legalized same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania.
Do you think you get enough sleep? You may be one of millions of Americans who don't and a lack of sleep can cause serious health problems.
Cuts to state funding lead a local library to close its doors for one week.
Crews are working to replace 3,000 feet of a 100 year-old water line in State College.
Police in Centre County are investigating the death of a man and say heroin may have played a role.
The move will allow them to provide full services for the rest of 2014.
Police arrested the 42-year-old suspect Wednesday night.
Climate change is here - at least that's what a new White House report says.
A major fundraising campaign is kicking off in Centre County Tuesday to help local nonprofits.
Brandon Frick is accused of stabbing another man outside a home along Foster Avenue in April.
Police say the suspect punched a glass window and flipped a table after being told to leave an area restaurant.
8th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk in State College
The numbers are in and a local school district with a major project on the line is disappointed in voter registration turnout.
Runners are proving they're Boston strong at the 118th Boston Marathon.
New research is aiming to solve more sexual assault cases and it's happening here in our region.
15 people from the Centre County are who ran in the Boston Marathon last year are reflecting on where they were when the first bomb went off.
Local businesses in the area are taking advantage of Blue-White weekend as usual.
A new bill is looking to close a loophole in the law that may allow teachers accused of sexual misconduct to transfer to another school, undetected.
A small business in Centre County is closing its doors after a long run in the area.
A district-wide challenge is underway in Centre County elementary schools to see who can recycle the most.
Doctors are opening up about the severity of sports-related brain injuries and how certain sports need to change for the players' safety.
Penn State graduate students are hitting the pavement to protest rising health care costs.
A master plan is underway to bring a boost to the economy in Centre County.
It's an issue long debated in Centre County and now, with yet another mobile home park closing in the area, affordable housing concerns are taking center stage, again.
The residents of Franklin Manor Mobile Home Park in State College received a letter Friday, saying they have until October 1 to move out.
Police are investigating the three-vehicle incident.
As the questions continue and the mystery behind Flight 370 remains, a local aviation expert is answering some questions.
Want to get in the habit of eating better and exercising more, but don't know where to start? A new program can help.
Experts in the housing market say this unusually cold winter season has put a halt on home sales across the region.
Child advocates are blasting Dottie Sandusky for speaking out against the victims her husband sexually assaulted.
A local community is working to build their own grocery store.
It's a program helping young children in counties across our region and now they need some help.
As the school year continues in its final semester, local school districts are trying to figure out how to make up for snow days.
A popular student-created drinking holiday may be losing its momentum.
First responders across the nation are trained to help in crisis situations, but what if you were trained, just like them?
The new group opened two weeks ago and say so far, the experience has been rewarding.
We're just days away from State Patty's Day and downtown bars will be paid to close their doors.
A local bank teller is charged with stealing a significant amount of money from her bank.