Demetrius Gibson asked for his girlfriend’s family and friends to forgive him stating he accepts responsibility for his actions, but for some of the victim’s family he was asking to late.
A judge has ruled against 13 motions made by the attorneys for Dr. Graham Spanier, Gary Shultz and Tim Curley.
A Johnstown mother said her boys were covered in bruises after their father allegedly beat them.
On Monday evening, the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article Monday night, which cites a source close to discussions between the NCAA, Penn State, and state officials.
Chief Deputy Coroner Jeffrey Lees said two people died from hypothermia over the weekend.
Former PSU Board Chair Karen Peetz has announced she's resigning from the board.
The PA Farm Show announced the program "Fill a glass of hope" today. It's raising money to buy milk for needy residents in the WTAJ-TV viewing area.
A New York man who was helping his brother move out of Johnstown was shot twice, now his accuser’s case was dismissed.
County officials are working to revitalize a city through a grant to bring back jobs.
2 people died on I-80 around 1:30 in the afternoon in a 17 vehicle pile-up.
Students with a love of science gathered in Altoona Wednesday
A Jerome Volunteer firefighter was arrested for allegedly stealing from his department.
Tuesday morning’s snowfall caused some problems for drivers headed to work, but others blew right through it.
Officials said two Good Samaritans jumped into action to help when a school bus crashed Monday morning.
A local man is facing more than 50 felony charges of rape and sexual abuse from 2007.
Before Penn State's first practice in New York City for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Tuesday was a time to reflect as the Nittany Lions visited the 9/11 Memorial.
On Tuesday Conner Hagins and his Bishop McCort classmates delivered toys to patients who will be spending the holidays in the hospital.
Johnstown City Firefighters made sure one family in the city was given a Christmas.
Some of the Dorothy Avenue fire victims said they’re not receiving any donations supposedly being collected for them.
Fudgy and best served warm with ice cream!
Wednesday is the 15th year officers with the Windber Police Department help give area kids a Christmas.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo talks about a coming change in the weather pattern and two snow chances before Christmas
Tuesday, Congress passed the most significant bill for disabled Americans in the last 25 years.
A Nanty Glo man was arrested and charged by Johnstown Police with burglary and criminal trespass for using someone else’s house.
A fourth and goal stand helps lock up the Marauders' first state championship.
A Johnstown community is working together to help the victims from the Dorothy Avenue fire.
A fire ripped through several homes Wednesday destroying four and damaging several others 15 days before Christmas.
The prosecution said they were forced to reduce charges of animal cruelty filed against Shirley and Nicholas Zoskey because of the veterinarian’s diagnoses.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo talks about the systems that will make the Tuesday morning commute a bit slick.
Students around the world are taking part in a global phenomenon to expose them to the world of computer programming.
A local man accused of homicide gets a 3rd degree murder conviction
500 friends and family welcome home soldiers of the Army National Guard after an 8 month deployment.
Tim Piper of Altoona died this week after a fight with cancer. He was a veteran and former WTAJ employee that inspired his community.
President Obama wants more police officers wearing body cameras, how could these affect departments in Cambria County.
A horrible tragedy and extensive medical bills practically kept a Johnstown family from even having a Christmas but thanks to complete strangers that all changed.
Earl Saunders pled guilty in court Tuesday to two charges for deliberately burning his six month old daughter.
Another round of sleet and freezing rain is moving in. Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo talks about this and an upcoming warm up.
While Tuesday may start okay, things will go downhill fast. Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo explains.
Penny is a Miniature Pincher Mix.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo tells us how chilly it will be for the final home game of the season.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo gives an updated look at what is going to be a tough travel day on Wednesday.
A Johnstown man led city officers on a chase Monday afternoon and the entire thing was caught on camera.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo breaks down more details on this upcoming snow event.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo takes an in-depth look at what may evolve for the busiest travel day of the season.
A Somerset County man known to help his neighbors out around the holidays is doing it again but this year it is in his son’s memory.
Hayley Butler plead not guilty to homicide, endangering the welfare of children and other charges Friday in the death of a baby boy.
Birds are good indicators of climate changes because they have adapted to specific temperature ranges, food supply and habitat.
Gracie is a a Labrador Mix.
Temperatures in Pennsylvania have been lower than average, but across the globe that is not the case.
A grieving father and aunt waived their preliminary hearing in the criminal charges filed against them in the death of 4-year old Tailynn Felker.