More than a hundred people from Blair County came out to raise awareness about suicide prevention at this year's Out of the Darkness Walk.
The fight over a teenager allegedly violating a religious statue continued.
Three people are at the Bedford County Jail in connection with the murder.
People across the country got to safely get rid of medication they have lying around the house.
Saturday was the 23rd annual Potatofest in Ebensburg.
We're keeping Central PA Green.
The Fire Department was sent to a car fire. While putting out the blaze they discovered a body.
Friday was a Gold Ribbon Game for one local football team.
In recent years, the State College Police have been increasing their security presence at the Penn State Homecoming parade.
Mickey is a young Miniature Pinscher Mix.
The October 13th Cher "Dressed To Kill" Concert at the Bryce Jordan Center has been postponed again after doctors advise additional rest for Cher.
One bridge in our area is now dedicated to a local state trooper who was killed in the line of duty.
"He's innocent" - that's what the attorney for a Somerset County priest is saying.
Rev. Joseph Maurizio was arrested by Homeland Security Thursday his attorney said his client is innocent.
Water now restored to residents.
Initiative helps residents get in shape.
Caring and Sharing for kids began 13 years ago.
An international vigil is being held Friday for an American pastor jailed overseas.
Police are conducting a homicide investigation in Bedford County.
Police say an infant was shot while in a home in Saltsburg, Indiana County.
It’s now been two weeks since Eric Matthew Frein allegedly ambushed and killed Corporal Byron Dickson outside the Blooming Grove barracks.
The Attorney General's Office released a few of the emails that were found on state official's email accounts.
Tragedy struck a Cambria County family again.
Crews continue to repair a water main break in Altoona.
A new airline coming to the Altoona-Blair County Airport is now expected to begin flights soon.
Joseph Sepp Jr. was killed in the line of duty back in 2002.
Here's the Keystone Kitchen recipe for the Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta we made on Friday morning
A water main break may cause a tricky commute for residents in the Altoona Area
Eight former and current employees of the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office allegedly sent or received inter-office emails, pornographic in nature.
A local fire department gets patriotic donation.
A priest remains behind bars after police say he traveled out of the country and sexually abused young boys.
One of the biggest names in football says his kids won't play until they're older. And now local parents are joining the debate.
Another beautiful gameday is coming our way for homecoming.
Police say that their dogs have picked up Eric Fein's scent numerous times, but tracking is difficult due to the terrain.
One bridge in our area will soon be dedicated to a state trooper who was killed in the line of duty.
Johnstown and Altoona could be affected by the new bill.
Is there enough love in Steeler Nation for two Bens? A new number seven is moo’ving in.
A business destroyed by fire in 2012 is reopening its doors, nearly two years later.
Healthcare workers encouraged to be vaccinated.
Bill intended to limit over dose deaths passes through State House, Senate
The bill now heads to State House for consideration
A local police department will be receiving a $250,000 grant.
Students get hands-on experience outside of classroom.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced Thursday he's stepping down after six years as head of the justice department.
Watch out Big Ben! There's a new #7 in town!
GE announced it will invest up to $10 million in Penn State to make a new center focused on innovation in the natural gas industry.
Currently, sexual orientation is not covered under the hate crime law in Pennsylvania.
The Altoona Water Authority will stay under local control, for a while longer.
Business students at one area university will benefit from an anonymous benefactor.
Medical marijuana is one step closer to becoming legal in Pennsylvania.