Stacey is a beagle mix puppy.
This Hometown Hero served in the Korean War, and spent the last 44 years making an impact in State College.
Refreshing air moves in for Thursday.
Does extreme cold kill them off? Researchers thought yes, but observations are show many have made it.
Residents gather to honor fallen police officers.
Tornado touched down near Everett and traveled to Hopewell.
Altoona student leaves home-schooling and finds a new appreciation for reading at Baker Elementary.
On this Memorial Day the Army is highlighting one of the ways military survivors can make others aware of their sacrifice - they're called gold star pins.
J.R. has been in the shelter since March and is in real need of a good home.
Retired Admiral James Loy visits Altoona for Armed Forces Day.
The weather will become a bit more unsettled through the middle of the week.
Blaze is a friendly Tabby.
Altoona resident Ken McCracken talkes about his time in WWII.
How can you stay healthy and save money? Pedal more.
Preparations are underway to host the Pope in Philly if he decides to come.
Al Clemens talks to WTAJ about the decision to fire Joe Paterno and sue the NCAA
Former PSU Trustee Al Clemens talks about the decisions to fire Joe Paterno and sue the NCAA.
A local doctor explains why he got into the business of treating and healing veterans.
A local WWII veteran shares the emotions of that conflict.
Andrew Scherzinger has a rich history of service in the military and in present day civilian life in Altoona, PA.
Authorities have identified the man who was killed in an early morning shooting on Sunday in Johnstown's Moxham neighborhood.
A cross country running relay is uniting area runners and raising money for those injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Velvet is an older but still quite fun dog.
After a student passed gas in a teacher's classroom, the teacher got mad and pushed him. The teacher is also the head football coach. He was charged with harassment and was put on leave until further notice.
An Altoona father is charged with the abuse of the 8 month old child. The mother is charged with failing to care for him.
A VA employee in Altoona is giving back to fellow veterans with an art program.
The new partnership announced today is expected to advance Conemaugh's current health care system.
Karl Rominger has surrendered his law license after allegations of misconduct.
Police have determined what caused the fire that burned down the DuBois Country Club.
Pennsylvania lawmakers want to make it possible for state system universities to become state related schools.
Penn State trustees are expected to announce on Monday that Dr. Eric Barron will be their next president.
An Altoona couple is stranded at the BWI Airport in Baltimore on their way to Jamaica to get married.
Two children were abducted from Lancaster County Thursday night.
Jack Grassmyer, the son of a former Lady Lion player, is honored at the Altoona-Hollidaysburg girls' basketball game.
260 homes in Ridgway, Elk County are without natural gas after a contractor hit a gas line with a bulldozer Friday.
According to Dr. Siuta, a hospitalist is a “medical practitioner whose primary focus is taking care of patients in a hospital setting. In most cases, hospitalists do not have an office practice of their own, because their main base is the hospital.”
The VFW Post 3 in Altoona has major water damage. They're hoping to get the building cleaned up and ready for sale.
A baby is beating the odds in our region after being diagnosed with a rare birth defect.
A judge rules that some of the portions of the Paterno's lawsuit against the NCAA can move ahead.
A season full of events might be winding down, but Highmark First Night Pittsburgh 2014, presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is the perfect way to end the holiday season and celebrate the start of a new year.
The Portage Township Supervisors are pursuing legal action against the Bar Ann Drive In to remove their sign that has been in place for 58 years.
We honor 4 State Troopers who were killed in the line of duty.
This is likely the best start to the ski season in about a decade.
A multi vehicle crash has closed the westbound lanes of route 22 near Wal Mart in Ebensburg.
A woman suspected of stealing wallets from shoppers is expected to turn herself in Tuesday.
Motorists are advised that Route 522 in Shirley Township at the intersection of Lenape Road is closed due to a crash.
Bedford Sculptor Wayne Hyde creates a new piece to honor area WWII veterans.
Raystown Lake sees funding changes and expects that cuts will affect future seasons.
Chestnut Ridge High School is forced to evacuate after a strong gas odor was detected this morning.
Mental health training was offered to first responders and law enforcement officials to train them to properly handle a mental health situation in the field.