A few years after a mediation process has been put into place, one county in our region is seeing a significant reduction in custody trials.
An advocacy group for rape victims released a disturbing new report surrounding untested rape kits.
Experts are seeing bees dying yearlong; the government is looking to help the issue.
One local representative is in the hot seat with some constituents after one of his staff members posted several controversial and derogatory messages on social media.
A community says goodbye to a legend Tuesday, as family and friends remember the life of Fran Fisher.
Two area orthopedic centers are merging.
The 28th Infantry Division is welcoming hundreds of service men and women for their annual memorial service.
A man allegedly shoots himself in the leg, then gets into a car crash, knocking out power to the area.
Growing your business on Etsy. One local woman is making thousands of dollars and she's sharing some tips.
After a year, a woman who went missing in Centre County is still missing, leaving her family and police frustrated and desperately searching for answers.
Members from different law enforcement agencies are gathering to pay tribute to their fallen brothers and sisters in blue.
The fight between top Centre County officials continued in court Wednesday, this time between the District Attorney and County Commissioners.
Several downtown State College businesses are slated to close.
Could changes be on the horizon for some county employees in our region? Why one commissioner is pushing for updated rules.
More municipalities around region are looking to provide curbside compost pick up.
The State College Police are looking for a missing Penn State student. They say they've received calls about possible sightings since the release with his description was released.
An opinion came down from a senior judge partially ruling in favor of the two Centre County judges who filed suit against county officials.
CentrePeace has operated out of a small building on the Benner Pike since 1994, but now it's moving to a bigger and better facility, something its executive members hope will benefit the community in more ways than one.
The local Boy Scouts are honoring a local man who they believe lives out the Scout Law and stands as a role model for younger generations.
After 44 years, the State College Area Meals on Wheels program will be making an even bigger impact on the community.
May is National Foster Care Month and Tuesday in Centre County, dozens of people gathered on the steps of the county courthouse to celebrate.
A developer is looking to buy land close to a local well and residents are concerned about how it will impact their drinking water quality.
Police are asking for your help to find vandals who hit the streets of a local community with obscene graffiti.
More than 1,000 households in Centre County took advantage of the Household Hazardous Waste Collection this weekend.
After police went public with information into an officer for allegedly stealing evidence, State College residents are standing behind the chief and the way he is handling the incident.
May is Mental Health Awareness month and some local businesses in State College are hoping to raise awareness through art.
It was around 5:00 Thursday that Spring Township Police in Centre County said a man attempted to abduct a teenager while he was out for a jog.
The State College Police Department says they believe one of their own officers has been stealing evidence from their locked evidence room.
The LifeLink PSU program has six new alumni tonight after their graduation ceremony.
University officials at Penn State said their investigation into the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity is nearly complete and results could be released next week.
Local police departments are considering investing in body cameras.
Law enforcement agencies in Central PA are working to keep their relationships positive in our communities, especially with kids.
Downtown Bellefonte is back to normal Tuesday night after several streets there were shut down for a couple of hours while police and bomb squad techs checked out a reported suspicious device.
A wall on the third level of a parking garage came dislodged after someone drove into it.
A house in Huntingdon County is a total loss after an overnight fire and 12 hours later, crews are called out to extinguish rekindling.
Pennsylvania's emergency responders have new requirements now where they'll all have to get multiple background checks more often.
Several state representatives are meeting with local business owners across Central PA to gauge their stance on the state's business and job climate.
As state funding for music in schools is decreasing and programs are being cut across the commonwealth, one local non-profit is looking to keep the music alive.
Penn State students are using backpacks to spread a powerful message of hope and awareness.
A project is looking at what Ferguson Township could look like with high rise apartments and more businesses.
It was a busy weekend in Happy Valley for Penn State, local businesses and police.
The Mount Nittany Health Children's Advocacy Center has served hundreds of children in just over a year and not just in Centre County. Officials there said they help kids from all across Central PA.
It was ten years ago Wednesday, then- Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar was reported missing.
As one county increases education, awareness and prevention tactics for drinking and driving, they're seeing a decrease in the number of DUI arrests.
Centre County Commissioners are reacting Tuesday to the appointment of a new Assistant District Attorney.
Kendra Miknis has been on the job for less than a week but says it has been a busy first few days.
A new program in Centre County is looking to increase affordable housing options and make State College more family-friendly.
The DCNR crews are back at the site where a large forest fire broke out over the weekend.
Students taking an environmental science class at State College High School are taking their classroom knowledge into the real world and getting interesting hands on experience.
The lack of sprinkler systems in some of Bellefonte's historic buildings has been a long standing issue. Now, local fire companies are hoping to change that thanks to a new grant.