West Hills Police in Johnstown are offering a $2,000 reward for information on a murder suspect.
Police say he was found 10 miles from hospital, hiding in tall grass.
He'll now be facing 10 month in prison.
The new CEO will start on May 1.
Police say it happened Tuesday.
There was a note attached apologizing for the mistake.
On Friday March 27th East Washington Avenue will be closed.
One sorority member is speaking out - even though her national organization advised her not to - because she says she feels her side is important to share.
A local fire department is trying to make sure everyone in their city is a little safer.
Students at some area elementary schools are doing their part to help spread cheer to kids in the hospital.
Protestors are taking their fight to the streets. Meanwhile, police confirmed a few women have been identified as individuals pictured in Kappa Delta Rho Facebook posts.
A service member from our region that lost his legs fighting in Afghanistan has retired from the military.
Counties in our region are near the top and bottom.
They say it's a crucial step to get people out of homes safely if there is a fire.
A local school district appeals a decision to allow a hotel to be built near an elementary school.
Two of America's largest and most iconic food companies are becoming one.
Some are worried that water could be wasted.
Residents say they've had a flooding issue for years and want the borough to take action.
The attorney asked the jury to convict his client of a lesser charge.
One restaurant chain with a store in State College is celebrating its own day of giving Wednesday.
Police say Mark Hunnicut took 240 oxycodone pills from the Chestnut Ridge Pharmacy; they say Donald Boozer was the getaway driver.
Arctic Sea Ice is at its Lowest Since Satellite Records
We've been watching for months, and now both bald eagle eggs have hatched.
A new leader has been named as Dr. Bundy's replacement.
Real estate heir is already accused in two other murders.
At least five crews were called out to a house fire Wednesday morning.
Students are getting a first hand look at how science can be used and applied in the real world.
Despite the recent surge of surface water caused by snow melt, parts of the state have below-average groundwater levels
The man picked the wrong store to rob.
A Somerset County man will either pay hundreds of dollars in fines or spend a week in jail for skipping out of jury duty.
Surgeons at Blair Orthopedics operated on Steamer's fractured wrist.
A jury is ready to hear the case of a man accused of killing his girlfriend.
Local tax preparer says about 20 percent of her clients are affected.
Organizers are hoping this will be the start of a solution for wild cats roaming a neighborhood.
Rising Moon Organics Spinach and Cheese Ravioli may be contaminated with Listeria.
Six meth lab busts happened since February 25.
The Bedford County Humane Society has big plans for expansion and is looking to the community for help.
Pa house committees take testimony from medical organizations.
Conflict among top Centre County leaders continues, and now the district attorney is suing the county and asking for damages.
A documentary film on the life of an area World War II hero is coming to Penn State Altoona Tuesday night.
There’s some exciting news for the PA Game Commission and watchers of the eagle cam.
Crews are off the scene and the fire marshal has concluded the investigation to an early morning blaze in Elk County.
Rocco Zuccaro, 30 of Burgettstown, Pa is still on the run.
Charges have been filed against 12 people in connection with an alleged drug trafficking operation.
The owner hit him with a stool, his son wrestled him, and a couple of PennDOT workers duct taped him until police could arrive.
Two voluntary recalls both tied to allergens are being pulled in by Giant Eagle.
A local lawmaker has a new plan to deal with the pension problem, and it would affect current state employees.
Eric Barron has a plan set in place to deal with the investigation into Kappa Delta Rho.
All students -- including those in wheelchairs -- can play at new park.
A trail connecting to major attractions in Bedford County is closer to becoming a reality.