Local man faces indecent assault charges.
More than $10,000 raised for local families.
Not clear if burglaries are connected.
Then attacks officer.
A local community is working to build their own grocery store.
Icy patch of road leads to fatal crash.
Police say no one was wearing a seatbelt.
Wine lovers got to sip and sample their way through our region in one spot.
Attempted to run her over with truck.
The community is rallying behind the victims of last week’s fire in Hollidaysburg.
Police arrest a suspected drug dealer.
Police investigating cause of crash.
An area monument dedicated to World War II veterans is in disrepair
Crews starting tearing down some of the building left from last weeks devastating fire in Hollidaysburg Friday.
There was a car crash in the WTAJ parking lot Friday afternoon.
The entire Osceola Mills Elementary School welcomed WTAJ News Anchor Carolyn Donaldson Friday to their week-long celebration of Read Across America.
Nine months after flooding nearly destroyed a business, they are back open.
Altoona Symphony started their new outreach program Friday.
But area veterans' project will go forward.
Governor Corbett has announced nominees to fill the two vacant positions.
It's a small recall, but wrong drug could be in the bottle.
The visit will be ahead of Pope Francis' visit to the U.S. in September 2015.
The two-week emergency mission will replenish supplies across the state.
The Vipers were first produced in 1992, with some donated to trade schools.
Witnesses told police Ebony Wilkerson struggled with rescuers trying to help her children.
Two communities are waiting for a permit before repairs to a water treatment plant's roof can begin.
Billy Causey Jr. was arrested by State Police Thursday.
The bill would make it easier for passengers to determine how much they are paying in government taxes.
Murphy is an older Spaniel mix.
Thousands of cubic feet of grout will be pumped into an old mine to protect homes in one community.
The state's unemployment rate fall below the national unemployment rate in January.
Police suspect Timothy Virts may be heading to West Virginia.
Mark Critz is one of seven democrats running for the state's #2 job.
Barry Grove is facing 5-10 years in prison after being found guilty in February.
A report of findings will be issued after all the meetings are complete.
Police located the suspect early Thursday morning.
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We've had a cold winter with a lot of snow, but what will that mean for farmers and then the rest of us that depend on them to eat?
Ski season is going strong into March.
Police say the 45-year-old man raped three girls over more than a decade.
It's a program helping young children in counties across our region and now they need some help.
Police stopped the suspect for driving without headlights.
Funds shifted to protect program
A youth football program is stolen from twice in 8 months.
Craig Thompson will spend several years in prison in addition to fines and restitution.
David "Chip Wonderling retired in December after 12 years as mayor.
It's now considered a "regional" illness.
Graduation will also be pushed back several days.
A higher education magazine lists the best schools by reputation annually.
The destroyer Truxtun will be near Ukraine conducting planned training exercises.
Albert Baldish Senior was sentenced 35-70 years in jail for sexually abusing a child.
The company may temporarily suspend sales if prices jump.
The 38-year-old is accused of stealing thousands from a local youth team.
Katheryn Deprill is using social media in an attempt to find her birth mother.
All three nominees are members of the 1986 national championship team.
Eric Crader allegedly abused two children multiple times between 2011 and 2013.
The rink will be open for three hours both Friday and Saturday.
The open house will allow residents to ask questions about the upcoming work.
A dueling pistol dating to before the Civil War was among the items stolen.
Police have arrested two people they believe supplied the ingredients needed to make meth.
The plates are voluntary for parents and guardians of new drivers.
The pair was hit around 3 a.m. Thursday.
The office supply company reported lower sales during the holiday shopping period.
It's a doll scaled to real-life proportions, and it may be hitting toy stores in the near future
A military leader is telling the next generation how to ensure a role in a shrinking military.
Occupancy permit not in place.
A new ESPN article is getting a lot of attention, especially from local child advocates.
Three officers were sworn in Wednesday night to the Johnstown Police Department.
Senate expected to vote this week.
Test returning to 1600 scale.
Shane Monahan is accused of breaking in to his ex-wife's home and stealing a card, photo and gun.
Members of the Coast Guard were in the right place at the right time
Local emergency responders shave heads for fundraiser.
Some people are getting big electric bills and some of them are in the thousands.
Veterans will get a new honor here in Pennsylvania.
Commissioners vote to proceed
According to ESPN The Magazine, Mike McQueary told Penn State players in November 2011 that he was sexually abused as a child.
Changes bring concerns
Some municipalities are dealing with budget problems due to the tough winter.
A local state trooper is still recovering after being shot in the neck.
State Police in Somerset County said Brian Trent was hit by a train after trying to cross the tracks as it was approaching.
The DuBois Country Club burned down, but the staff there is taking a moment to say thank you to everyone for their support during this time.
Candy store offers free Fat Tuesday fudge for obese people
Crews were called out early this morning when an area home went up in flames
A teen's post on her Facebook page ends up costing her father an $80,000 legal settlement
Here in Central PA, there are those who's families are in the this volatile country waiting for news of peace.
Busy winter for water authority workers.
It has been a cold winter here in Central Pennsylvania, but was it cold for everyone?
Served from 1990-1995.
Poll shows wide spread support
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 man and his relative went kayaking on Saturday in the Susquehanna River.
You have until the end of the month to have insurance!
Former popular radio host Nancy Lane faced her soon to be ex husband in court Monday afternoon.
New ads hope to promote program.
Local family's new foundation.
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?
20 year old Maryland man arrested.
Centre County Task Force arrests 7 people.
Charged with DUI.
Police claim he fired shotgun into home.
Two alleged heroin dealers arrested.
Red Cross assisting with family.
Ship honors lives lost on 911.
Will honor the legacy of Centre Co. native and former Nittany Lions football player Brandon Ream.
Nurses sign a new 3 year contract with UPMC Altoona.
The challenge was to showcase what the school could do with the A+ School Rewards Program.
A federal judge ruled Vladislav Miftakhov will stay in jail until his trial.
R-V show expected to draw big crowds
An elderly woman caught on fire was rescued by her neighbors and the entire thing was captured on camera.
The suspect was arrested approximately 15 minutes after police were called.
Firefighters were called to the scene around 7:30 a.m. Friday.
The rain is not expected to bring much relief to the state's drought.
Firefighters battled heavy smoke, wind and ice Thursday.
UPMC Altoona labor dispute could come to an end.
The Jack Russell terrier is this week's pet of the week.
Many cancellations were due to the bad weather.
The proposed change will make it easier for people to see how many calories they are consuming.
The phone is meant for those who work for or with government agencies.
Several bus loads of passengers from Somerset County will travel to the ceremony Saturday.
Police say he lost control in whiteout and icy conditions Thursday.
The 28-year-old is in prison on $75,000 bail.
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Fire destroyed nearly an entire block in one Blair County community.
Family members react to Sentence
Police find him in computer section.
Police have released more details in the investigation that led to a trooper being shot.
Feds say application process is complete. Asks public to comment.
A federal judge will issue an order Friday morning on whether or not 18-year old Vladislav Miftakohv will stay in jail or be released on bond.
Nearly, 1,300 counts were filed against the suspect in District Court.
Firefighters are on the scene of a Large Fire in Hollidaysburg. It's taking place at 117 Allegheny Street.
A family spokesperson says she is expected to be released in the next day or two.
Gerald Russell served in the Marine Corps for 30 years before working at Penn State.
Brenda Condon was days short of her 29th birthday when she vanished.
The defendant's attorney claimed the shooting was in self-defense.
Seven democratic candidates are vying for the opportunity to challenge the governor in November.
The man withdrew his guilty plea at the sentencing hearing.
The fire was contained within two hours.
A tentative agreement was reached Friday.
A murdered victims family gets to tell her killer what he put them through.
The James E. Van Zandt Medical Center in Altoona is adding a behavioural health building. They're also adding clincis in Huntingdon and Indiana counties.
After the nasty winter we've had communities across our region are dealing with pothole problems.
SEIU Healthcare PA has reached a tenative agreement with UPMC Altoona
Among the highest in the nation
40 groups ask FDA to rescind drug's approval.
PA planning new pilot program.
Police have arrested a man they say was making meth in his house.
The new group opened two weeks ago and say so far, the experience has been rewarding.
Johnstown Area Regional Industries announced Wednesday they received a grant to help get people working.