More than $20,000 raised in second year of fundraiser
Police found car disabled along I-99
Police say driver damaged a number of parked cars
Barron makes Investment in students and faculty.
The CEO of Boal Mansion tries to sever his case.
Susan Bachman's parents are not giving up hope of finding their daughter
Penn State ranked number 1 in state, 28 in country
Wants to use two weeks before Tom Wolf sworn in to work on legislation, but one Democrat not sold on idea.
Frank Moravec, Jr. is facing 310 counts of sexual assault charges and about 150 of them are felonies.
State Police in Philipsburg say they have located a woman that went missing over the weekend.
Police say she was last seen December 27.
It's the annual Santa Run around Centre County.
Fire forced tenants out of their apartment Wednesday morning
Police are looking into whether four cases are related
County leaders voted Tuesday to allocate more than $150,000 for bride repairs in Centre County.
Nine Penn State alumni trustees called for a special meeting to try and convince others to join their cause
The Toys for Tots drive in Centre County wraps up this weekend, but there is still time left to donate.
In Ferguson Township back in August, a man was found with a pipe bomb in his SUV, he pleads guilty.
The State College Borough and Penn State Sustainability Institute are wrapping up their pilot year of their partnership.
State College police are warning residents of drug laced candies.
A forum discussing race was held Wednesday night at the Hub.
Date is set for the oral arguments in the Paterno vs. NCAA case.
Seeking suspect who harassed a Penn State student
Centre County Police are investigating a sexual assault.
On Wednesday, a preliminary hearing is set for an Altoona man who is accused of stealing packages from homes in Centre County.
Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics has sold out of their allotment of tickets for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.
A local high school which is set to undergo major renovations is getting an extra financial boost.
Harris Township is approving its 2015 budget with a tax increase to help raise funds for new equipment.
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More than 100 people turn out for annual Polar Bear Plunge
In Centre County, police are still trying to find the rightful owners of some stolen packages.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is wrapping up the year by performing their rock opera "The Christmas Attic" Thursday night at the Bryce Jordan Center.
A Centre County man is facing charges after police say he punched his one year old daughter in the face last week.
Tussey Mountain continues to sit snowless.
The Haines Township Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing at 7 PM Wednesday in the Aaronsburg Community Building.
Demolition is underway on a Centre County hospital.
Nine alumni-trustees are requesting access to the files developed by Louis Freeh
O. Richard Bundy is retiring after nearly 20 years as director
Fans had to park in different lots for the final home game at Beaver Stadium
Bellefonte Police investigating an alleged rape in the borough.
A Centre County borough is seeing a rise in overdoses recently due to prescription drug and heroin use.
One person is dead after a motorcycle crash.
Woman charged with selling drugs to 17 year old.
Parts of I-99 closed as icy roads cause crashes.
Cher has cancelled the remaining tour dates for her “Dressed To Kill Tour.” She was set to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on January 9th.
A State College teacher is being charged after police say he encouraged girls he taught to send him nude photos for better grades.
Stuff a Bus event collects close to 10,000 pounds of food
Program provided free seats and tailgate for military personnel.
Across the country, including central Pennsylvania, there is a continuing problem where young people keep finding themselves without places to call home.