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.
With sexual assault becoming a growing concern at Penn State, the university kicks off sexual assault awareness week.
A local animal rehab center is looking for financial support after having a busier year than usual.
It's the first time some Centre County judges, commissioners, the district attorney and other elected officials are squaring off in court.
After learning about the homeless population and their needs in Centre County, a group of boys is looking to make a difference.
Centre County officials voted to approve a three year contract between the county and an independent service agency to help fill a vacant financial operations position in the county's mental health services program.
A major anchor store at a local mall will officially close its doors this week, so what's in store for the future of the mall and is this a sign of its downfall?
With the latest information revealing Penn State ranks second, only behind Pitt, as the university with the highest in-state tuition, students are hoping to change that by taking their message on the road right to the lawmakers door.
A Centre County citizen is being hailed a hero after his quick reaction helped save a man's life.
A sorority woman says this issue is more widespread than just at Kappa Delta Rho. She knows this because a few years ago, a different Penn State fraternity shared an explicit photo of her she didn't even know was taken.
Local students are using art to stomp out stress and anxiety.
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.
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.
Students are getting a first hand look at how science can be used and applied in the real world.
The maple harvest season is underway but this year it's running a little slower thanks to mother nature.
Hundreds are taking a stand against Kappa Delta Rho's alleged actions, which include posting photos of what looks to be nude, passed out women on a private Facebook page.
Bill Ayers arrived with some opposition but also support. People packed the room to standing room only to hear what he had to say.
It's a common drug you'll likely find in your home, but police said it's being abused by kids.
Members of the Centre County Women's Resource Center said it's sad something like this is happening in our own backyard.
Two Centre County judges have filed suit against the county and some local attorney offices, leaving some county leaders confused and upset.
Almost a week ago, a black lab named Flutter was hit by a semi truck along Route 220 in Port Matilda.
Jeffrey Buck Jr.'s untimely death is weighing heavily on the hearts of thousands across the nation. Now, more local firefighters are trying to step in to help his family.
Thousands of houses in our region are leaving their front porch lights on in honor of Jeff Buck.
There's a problem in one town in Centre County causing a big stink among neighbors.
State College has night life, culture and tens of thousands of people, but one group says it can tough to break into those scenes.
Governor Wolf is back in Central Pennsylvania Monday, this time visiting Centre and Blair counties.
March marks mental health awareness month across the country. This is also the time of year where help centers are seeing an increase calls from people seeking help during a crisis.
First Friday events are drawing more people to the downtown area, helping business all while showcasing local artists and creating a greater sense of community.
A Centre County judge and the district attorney are under fire again, this time over text messages they allegedly sent during a rape trial in 2014.
Penn State apologizes after receiving complaints from many in the university community for a late notice of class cancellation Wednesday.
Firefighters often refer to themselves as Brothers in Battle. That phrase is why after hearing about one of their own getting injured while fighting a fire, other companies started stepping up, showing support and honoring him.
For the past couple of years, leaders in the State College and Penn State communities have been trying to get rid of the student-created drinking holiday.
New high tech cameras are helping firefighters learn from their experiences and are providing an interesting perspective for others.
There's one road in our region that is more traveled than any other and to help with traffic issues along there, PennDOT spent millions of dollars, synching up traffic signals.