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.
A mobile memorial is traveling through our area and its organizers are hoping it will leave a lasting impression.
Tuition increases at Penn State are becoming an annual event, but some middle class families feel they're being priced out.
The Penn State and State College communities are reacting after their two local police departments announced they're now arming their officers with tasers.
If you've ever been to an event at the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State, you know the rules - no alcohol. Now, the university is looking to change that.
The Penn State Dance Marathon is underway this weekend. Thousands of students are working for one cause - For the Kids. One of those kids who has fought a battle against cancer will soon be donning blue and white and joining the fight on the other side.
Each year, the 46 hour dance marathon raises millions of dollars to help fight pediatric cancer, but where exactly does all of that money come from?
It's a tool police departments across the nation use to help them solve cases or determine a suspect's guilt or innocence.
The State College Area High School continues to make progress on the $85 million high school renovation project. As the planning goes ahead, they're still holding fairs for community members to hear their thoughts.
Recent ordinance changes means firearms owners can carry their weapons in parks and on other public land.
Penn State President Eric Barron announced Tuesday he will endorse all 18 recommendations given by the university's sexual assault task force.
A local library is closed until further notice after a pipe burst causing thousand of dollars worth of damage to books and other library materials.
The countdown is on for THON 2015. It's less than a week away and Penn State stduents are kicking off their final fundraising efforts in a special way.
State funding for early education programs is continuing to increase.
Law enforcement officers and emergency first responders from across the state gathered to pay their respects to a fallen officer Friday.
Dozens of Centre County first responders, officers and community members are getting ready to say goodbye to a State College officer who died on duty.
Dozens of motorists were stuck in their vehicles for hours while the scene of a multi-vehicle crash was cleared.
The plans for a bypass along Route 322 over the mountain in Potters Mills Gap has been in the works for years but some people didn't think it was necessary until a 14 hour shutdown left them stranded.
A community is mourning the loss of a local police officer. How people he worked with are remembering him.
Some public transportation riders say they're still having issues with an app showing them the local bus routes.
The popular ride sharing corporation has a new home in central Pennsylvania.
The fight between the Paterno Estate, the NCAA and Penn State continued Friday in Centre County court.
Multiple calls have been coming in to police reporting BB gun shots aimed at a motel.
A science museum's board members say a move is necessary because they're increasing in popularity and outgrowing their current location.