Rain and freezing temperatures caused quite the mess Saturday night in Centre and Clearfield Counties, as dozens of cars crashed along I-99 and I-80.
Some Penn State students heading home for Thanksgiving found themselves in a scary situation Friday night.
Medical professionals across the country said marijuana use is on the rise, but is there concern in our region?
Fundraising via social media is nothing new, but now it's moving to a whole new level.
Toys for Tots is kicking off in Centre County Monday.
Charges are pending against a State College man after he was allegedly caught masturbating in Schlow Library.
A State College man found guilty of arson and veteran cemetery vandalism was sentenced in court Friday.
In honor of Veteran's Day, Walmart is announcing the hiring of 2,200 veterans for jobs across Pennsylvania as a part of their "Veterans Welcome Home Commitment."
One area hospital said it's out of Jared Boxes that are used to help kids battling cancer.
A parcel of land that was supposed to be home to Jerry Sandusky's former charity has been approved for sale.
One local township will be voting on a special referendum Tuesday to collect several million dollars.
If you seem a little more tired than normal, doctors said it may be because your body is still adjusting to the time change.
The Centre County Alcohol Task Force conducted DUI roving patrols over the weekend.
Police are investigating after a fatal accident in College Township, Centre County.
A town in our area is being recognized for its value to veterans.
After three months of discussion over the Freeh report, Penn State's Board of Trustees is choosing to wait it out.
Nittany Nation is ramping up the spirit for game day on Friday, as thousands make their way into town.
Construction is finally underway on the Fraser Centre in downtown State College.
A State College man behind bars for felony drug possession waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday.
One company in State College has devised a new way to help support a local food bank.
Four families are still occupying their homes in Franklin Manor Mobile Home Park in State College.
A 17 year old charged with armed robbery waived his preliminary hearing.
With yet another high profile child sex abuse case in the news, more questions are being asked by local communities.
Thursday night was a celebration of creative talent in Central PA.
Students at a State College elementary school are eating a special lunch Thursday, all in the name of going local.
It's a Day of Caring in Centre County and a special one at that, as the community is coming together to honor a local hero.
Authorities seized cocaine, marijuana, Ecstasy, and a large quantity of cash from the 21-year-old suspect's apartment.
The school hopes to expand their behavioral health education programs.
It's been a long and frustrating journey for those families who were told they have to leave their homes in Franklin Manor Mobile Home Park in State College earlier this year.
Families in a local mobile home park are running out of time to find a new home.
Police say a Penn Stater Hotel employee was in a fiery crash in a hotel van.
The Pennsylvania District Attorney announced Tuesday that two men have been charged with dealing $20,000 worth of cocaine in State College.
Multiple sexual assault incidents were reported in State College over the weekend.
One Penn State trustee is pushing for further review of the Freeh report.
A local soldier, still recovering from losing both of his legs in Afghanistan, is honored Thursday in a big way.
New details are finally emerging three months after several Asian restaurants in State College were raided.
What are the biggest problems facing Centre County? The Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County hosted the first annual "State of the County" luncheon Tuesday.
The Chipotle restaurant in downtown State College closed their doors Wednesday morning after four managers walked out.
A local township is looking to expand cell phone service in their area and are looking for public feedback.
While the news excited many people in Happy Valley, some local organizations are warning the community to take a step back.
The district says the policy will be used for disciplinary and security purposes.
The money raised from this year's event will go toward a healing garden at Mount Nittany Medical Center.
A meeting in Centre County could help decide the fate of a former mobile home park site.
A new initiative is promoting bike and pedestrian safety in Centre County.
A new study shows pilots and cabin crews are more at risk for skin cancer.
A family is offering a reward for information after their son was assaulted.
Penn State fans pack the bars early in the morning to cheer on the Nittany Lions
The State College Borough is holding a meeting Wednesday night to discuss development.
Plans to rewrite a local borough's zoning ordinances are underway.
It's that time of year again, we're going to start seeing a lot more of those big yellow buses on the road, which means it's time for back to school.