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Community honors 5 Medal of Honor Winners
Huntingdon, Huntingdon County, Pa. - The Medal of Honor is the highest award for valor in action that can be bestowed upon a member of the U.S. Military. On Saturday, Huntingdon County remembered the service of five Medal of Honor winners. Members of the community dedicated a monument honoring the t
Juniata College community mourns loss of Aurand
HUNTINGDON — Juniata College had a heavy heart this week. Memorial Gymnasium in Juniata’s Kennedy Sports & Recreation Center was filled with more than 600 student-athletes, coaches, campus employees and community members who came to honor Dave Aurand’s life.
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania: Actions Taken on March 15
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania reported the following activity on March 15 in the suits below:. In Adrian Feliciano against Great Lakes Online Media LLC:
Victims of Pennsylvania pediatrician share similar stories of abuse, lingering emotional impact
Brooke Rush said that for years, she struggled with whether the assault that took place during her visit with Dr. Johnnie "Jack" Barto was normal pediatric activity. She said a nurse, her father and two medical students watched and did not say anything to make her think otherwise.
Listening tour to make stop in Huntingdon County
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will make a stop in Huntingdon Wednesday as part of his statewide listening tour aimed at receiving public input on the possible legalization of recreational marijuana.
WATCH: Kids and families get an early trout fishing day in Pennsylvania
Loading up a hook with sweet corn was the secret to success Saturday for Liam Williams, 12, and 6-year-old Finnegan Williams at Monocacy Park in Bethlehem. The brothers spent the morning with their grandpa during Pennsylvania's first mentored youth trout fishing day of 2019.
Raystown Lake in the 1980s: Vintage photos of this Huntingdon County gem
Raystown Lake in Huntingdon County is the largest lake that is entirely within the state of Pennsylvania. The lake covers 8,300 acres. The lake – created by damming the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River - was originally built as a hydroelectric project.
Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kane is disbarred
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is losing her law license, a few months after she began a jail sentence for perjury, obstruction and other counts.
State College man shot, killed by police
STATE COLLEGE — A State College man is dead following a confrontation with police on Wednesday afternoon. A State College Police Officer shot and killed the man while attempting to serve a mental health warrant at Marvin Gardens Apartments, located at the 1000 block of Old Boalsburg Road in State Co
SUV Crashes into University Drive Office Building
No major injuries were reported after a vehicle crashed into a State College office building on Friday afternoon, according to Alpha Fire Company. Crews responded at 1:09 p.m. after an SUV crashed into 901 University Drive, which houses the Social Security Office. The building sustained moderate dam
City woman jailed on trespass, drug charges
An Altoona woman is in jail after she was caught trespassing and in possession of drugs and paraphernalia that police reportedly found during a pat down. Audry Rebecca Behe, 30, of 2318 Third Ave. faces charges of criminal trespass, three counts of drug possession and delivery, three counts of posse
Ex-PSU student to face Blair court
A former Penn State Altoona student charged with sex crimes in connection to four underage girls, as well as running a prostitution and drug business, has waived his right to a preliminary hearing.
Posey leads Trojans to romp in opener
MOUNT UNION — Quinton Posey had a grand slam and totaled five RBIs to lead Mount Union to a 14-2 win in five innings over Juniata Valley in the season and Inter-County Conference opener for both schools on a frigid Friday afternoon.
Indie Pro Wrestler Helps Cop Detain Knife-Wielding Man (Video)
As seen in the video above, Nick McCune, also known as "Manic" in various indie wrestling promotions, showed off his abilities at a Denny's restaurant when he helped police detain a drunk man wielding a knife.
Police looking for fraud information
Blair Co., Pa. - State Police are looking for information about an online theft. The victim is a 41-year-old man from Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. He was scammed out of $650 while attempting to buy a dog from the website dachshundhome.com.
Coroner: Osagie Died of Multiple Gunshot Wounds
The 29-year-old man who was shot and killed by State College police on Wednesday died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to Centre County Coroner Scott Sayers. Following an autopsy on Thursday night, Sayers said in a news release on Friday morning that the manner of Osaze Osagie's death was homic
Alleged Snapchat rapist waives preliminary hearing
Altoona, Blair County, Pa. - Jeffery Guo, who's accused of posing as a teenager on Snapchat and sexually assaulting young girls, waived his preliminary hearing on Friday. He pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Congressman John Joyce visits Altoona Career and Technology Center
Altoona, Pa. - Congressman John Joyce paid a visit to the Altoona area Friday. He toured the Altoona Career and Technology Center with other lawmakers to learn how to prepare students for the new jobs businesses are struggling to fill.
BREAKING: Bishop Joseph Adamec has passed
Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Pa. - The Altoona-Johnstown Diocese has announced that the Most Reverend Joseph Adamec has unexpectedly died at 83 years old. Adamec was ordained as a Bishop for the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Altoona on May 20 1987 and retired on January 14, 2011.
Adamec, Bishop Emeritus, dies at 83
HOLLIDAYSBURG — The Most Rev. Joseph V. Adamec, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, died unexpectedly Wednesday. Adamec was born in Bannister, Mich., on Aug. 13, 1935, the son of the late Michael and Alzbeta (Ochran) Adamec, both immigrants from Slovakia. He attended Michigan State