Pentoney's 196 wins are the most in the school's history.
Wednesday, April 16, from 10 AM until 7 PM at Wolf's Furniture in Altoona.
David Burke is charged with four counts of Distributing Child Pornography, among other charges.
Parents face dilemma when it comes to child care costs.
After 20 weeks, the protests have stopped outside the Penelec office and 142 employees are returning to work Monday.
Police are investigating whether or not a number of fires in the same area are related.
A 23-year-old man is facing charges for a fire in an area apartment complex.
Multiple crews were called out to battle an overnight fire that ended up leaving several families homeless.
Penelec, Union continue negotiations.
Man with knife allegedly threatened police.
Not everything can be thrown in the trash.
Three people in Altoona were busted Wednesday for making Meth in a home.
Appliances with Freon will be accepted for a small fee during Saturday's event.
State Police and members of the Attorney General's office searched an Altoona home Wednesday morning.
Faces attempted homicide charges,
No one injured in fire.
A major construction project is being planned along a busy roadway in the region.
Several fundraisers have been held since Lily came to Blair County.
Blair County moving forward with reassessment.
The project will create a 4-way signaled intersection at Frankstown Road and Route 22.
A fire caused damage to part of the building early Monday.
The driver of the log truck was taken to the hospital.
A VA employee in Altoona is giving back to fellow veterans with an art program.
Popular after school program now has a brand new facility.
Police say they have arrested a man who allegedly broke into a fire hall.
IRS, Treasury Department raid local business.
Local volunteer fire department getting help.
DUI Patrols all weekend.
The student told authorities he forgot he had the knife on him.
Richard Boggs was arrested by police March 6th.
Many car washes had lengthy lines with Tuesday's sunshine.
Two heroin busts Monday and a 3rd over the weekend. 6 suspects behind bars Monday night -- in these busts where local law enforcement say it's supply and demand for an opiate who's price has come down.
Approximately $40,000 in heroin was seized by authorities Monday.
The pair was arrested after allegedly selling 30 bags or heroin to a confidential informant.
Local man faces indecent assault charges.
Altoona Symphony started their new outreach program Friday.
Police located the suspect early Thursday morning.
The open house will allow residents to ask questions about the upcoming work.
Busy winter for water authority workers.
Police claim he fired shotgun into home.
Two alleged heroin dealers arrested.
Red Cross assisting with family.
A federal judge ruled Vladislav Miftakhov will stay in jail until his trial.
Firefighters battled heavy smoke, wind and ice Thursday.
Police say he lost control in whiteout and icy conditions Thursday.
The 28-year-old is in prison on $75,000 bail.
The defendant's attorney claimed the shooting was in self-defense.
The fire was contained within two hours.
A tentative agreement was reached Friday.
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.
The 32-year-old was allegedly speeding and driving without a license at the time of the crash.
The study showed uneven tax rates based on outdated property values.
Hundreds raised for local organization.
Thousands flock to Jaffa Shrine.
Peggy Bradnick will speak at the Blair Senior Center Friday.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Blair County is marking a half century of involvement in the community.
Two buses crash on icy roads.
Candidates financial reports online.
The main broke Sunday, with residents asked to conserve water over part of the weekend.
A school district at the intersection was not in session Monday.
Baby heads home.
Borough working to find leak.
Fundraiser for rare disease.
Deliveries were hampered by Thursday's snow storm.
One school will close a campus at the end of the 2013-14 school year.
Technicians brace for cold conditions.
Local trash collectors talk about cold winter.
Mascots from the Pirates organization visited veterans Wednesday.
Hospital to begin transition period with replacement nurses.
Dairy Farmers worry more than just about the cattle.
All charges held over for court.
Local mailman talks about dealing with cold conditions.
19-year-old Vladislav Miftakhov is slated to have his preliminary hearing today
Traffic could be an issue.
The guard has been dealing with a number of health issues this year.
Police say more than $4,500 in equipment was taken from a van parked in our region.
The charity sending used shoes overseas is collecting locally.
Authorities say he escaped in August.
Residents in part of Altoona will face detours during the work.
The state dropped their charges in favor of the federal charges.
Police in Hagerstown are looking for the suspect.
Police say the 18-year-old Altoona man had bomb-making materials in his apartment.
Police allege the 29-year-old was in a relationship with a teenager.
The suspect still faces charges and is set to go to trial.
Local food pantries are concerned.
Bail not reduced for suspect.
Meteorologist Steve Newton explains how snow totals could drop once snow changes to sleet and freezing rain.
Records office looking for upgrade.
Officials say they'll be ready.
Hospital/Nurses Union at odds.
Dozens hoping for their shot in the spotlight.
The company's test kitchen responded to a tweet sent by a radio DJ.
Two WTAJ personalities will be judges at the first round of tryouts.
People are reminded to be save while enjoying this weekend's game.
Police recovered more than 200 packets of heroin in the bust.
Police arrested the man shortly before noon Thursday.
Tom Foley has previously served as President of the United Way of Pennsylvania.
Talks are scheduled to start on Friday.
The State Superior Court ordered a new trial for Paul Aaron Ross in 2011.
The partial evacuation follows a lockdown of the school Wednesday morning.
The public has the opportunity to voice concerns at a meeting Wednesday evening.
High School classmates surprised by arrest.
No one injured after shots fired.
No deal reached between nurses, UPMC Altoona.
Neighbors are stunned after police arrest a Russian teenager who allegedly was building a bomb in Altoona.
Police have charged the teen with multiple offenses, including Possessing a Weapon of Mass Destruction.
Local members of the oldest VFW post in the country are looking for a new facility.
Multiple vehicle break-ins have been reported in recent weeks.
The top stories from the morning of January 16.
The VFW Post 3 in Altoona has major water damage. They're hoping to get the building cleaned up and ready for sale.
Deadline approaching for 911 funding.
An undercover buy nets two local women who we're allegedly selling Oxycontin
The technology has been debated in PA for decades.
An Altoona man is arrested for allegedly assaulting a 16-year-old girl.
Not everyone gets to stay inside during cold weather.
A look at what happens in freezing temperatures.
PennDOT trying to dry roads ahead of deep freeze.
New Years rush on the way.
It was around 2 in the morning when shots were fired into a house.
People can recycle wrapping paper, bags, and lights at several Blair County locations.
Local band chasing dream.
Blue Knob forced to close for the weekend.
Friends say a funeral more than a decade later doesn't bring closure.
Fire Companies raise questions about affordable care act.
Police want to know whole stole a bunch of equipment and set a box trailer on fire.
Local borough makes changes.
PSU Altoona looking to do more.
He allegedly shot a man to death inside an area nightclub, and today he will face a judge
Local processor helping cause.
Operation S.O.S. hits 10th year.
After more than five decades, a local business isn't ready to change.
Police find variety of drugs in Altoona home.
East Freedom man facing multiple charges.
The 26-year-old allegedly led police on a chase through two counties in mid-November.
An inside look at how PennDOT's planning process.
More than 140 employees to be locked out Monday.
Volunteers spend weekend stuffing boxes.
140 employees of First Energy will be locked out Monday morning.
International Survivors of Suicide Day.
Local foundation helping hospitalized kids.
Community gathering shows support.
Volunteers in three counties have responded to 10 incidents in November.
The suspect is charged with multiple offenses.
Police say the 22-year-old was on drugs at the time of her arrest.
The local chocolate producer will open more than 80 stores in Asia.
The suspect eluded police after a high-speed chase Friday evening.
140 local workers affected.
More than 100 employees may not have work next week if a deal is not reached.
Charges held over for court in threat suspect case.
PSU Altoona students camp out.