A one month old baby was attacked by Ferrets.
Police Investigating two arsons at an apartment building
Students are trying to help create an easier way to shovel snow.
Seven fire crews were dispatched to an early morning fire in Altoona.
A local Marine was killed in a helicopter crash during a training exercise.
A Dauphin County man is free after spending 35 years in jail.
Several local governments are declaring a state of emergency during this Winter Storm.
A local boy needs a special trained dog to help keep him safe, and the community is helping him get one.
One local Republican is hopeful he can worth with the new Democratic Governor.
Four fire departments responded to this fire.
A family is homeless this evening after fire rips through their house.
Community groups came together to help clean up and prepare an indoor play center for kids and their families.
The Bellefonte Borough Police raided the office of Stacie Parks Miller in the Centre County Courthouse.
Folks in DuBois will be able to see their reader's choice.
People were out showing their support for a local woman diagnosed with breast cancer.
The winter weather is just what a few businesses are looking for to bring in more crowds.
One local state representative wants to develop and implement a drug test and retest program.
Saint Marys police have one robber suspect behind bars, and they're looking for another.
The snowy roads were a problem for some drivers.
Road crews told us that they were prepared for tonight's winter weather.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo breaks down two snowfalls and some intense cold coming our way.
In the last two weeks State Police have made two separate traffic stops each seizing close to 20,000 stamp bags of heroin.
Complaints over a fight involving throwing snowballs leads local police to consider whether charges should be filed.
A local man wanted for failing to register his address is discovered by U.S. Marshals trying to hide out in a house.
They are raising money after their longtime colleague had a medical episode that left her unable to speak.
Crime is on the rise in one local county, and many of the arrests are related to drugs.
JoJo is a 4-year Lab/Spaniel mix.
Emergency crews remain on scene of a lock down situation.
Local doc assesses our risk.
Police have released about 100 people from the Blair County Courthouse after a white powder was in an envelope that was delivered to the assessment office.
Police say Jamie Ross drug another person with her car before speeding off.
Ferguson Township police in Centre County are searching for a woman they say hit a pedestrian.
Elizabeth Stahl, 25, is accused of neglecting her three-year-old son, leaving the boy malnourished, pale, and sickly looking.
An Altoona woman accused of killing her mother is expected in court Friday.
Some questions were answered at a Township Supervisor’s meeting but some people have more questions about what's going on with the police chief.
Guilty on all charges of rape. That's the verdict handed down by a Bedford County jury for Michael Edmondson Thursday night.
A man accused of making meth in a building with several apartments and organization appeared in court.
A fire burns cars and a man who was apparently working on them, causing loud sounds heard by neighbors.
A basket raffle to benefit 4-year old Mason Rios will be held Sunday.
Conditions continue to for the ski resorts.
The Education Weekly Quality Counts Report ranks PA 8th overall for their public school systems.
Geisinger, Penn State, Pitt, and Penn are involved.
6 probable or confirmed cases this year.
A man has been charged with possessing and distributing child porn.
One man is dead after an early morning fire.
Hollidaysburg Borough Police are asking for your help to solve a burglary in that area.
At least a dozen fire companies were called to the blaze.
A man has been arrested for a crime he allegedly committed over a year and a half ago.
State Police are looking for a person they say caused a crash Tuesday.
Pennsylvania is going to get another $18,050,835 for heating assistance for a total of over $204 million in fiscal year 2015.