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Police: Couple abandoned 2-year-old son at day care
EBENSBURG – A Cambria County couple faces criminal charges, accused of abandoning their 2-year-old son at a day care center with an apparent cigarette burn on his chest, authorities said.
State College borough employee fired, charged with stealing public funds
A former State College staff employee was arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing public funds.The former employee, Steven Raybuck, admitted to stealing the funds by taking coins from parking meters, according to State College police.An investigation was recently launched by the police and parking
Police: Altoona 18-month-old dies from injuries, suspect in custody
ALTOONA, Pa. - Altoona police said an infant that was hospitalized after sustaining serious injuries Sunday morning at a home on 23rd Avenue in Altoona has died.Police said 18-month-old Angela Beard died at UPMC Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh Thursday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. She was surrounded by
Bench warrant issued for accused drug dealer
A bench warrant was issued after accused drug dealer, Heather L. Ogden, 38, of Clearfield failed to show up for her preliminary hearing yesterday at Centralized Court held at the Clearfield County Jail.Because of her absence, Magisterial District Judge Jerome Nevling held the preliminary hearing in
Charges dropped against area man
According to a report from the Lewistown Police Department, Marla Gahagan, 44, reported to officers on May 3 that her husband had entered her residence on West Sixth Street in Lewistown through an open porch window and then reportedly began to break items in the home. Court documents stated that Chr
Man sentenced for fighting police
David E. McConnell, 18, rendered guilty pleas Monday in Blair County Court to four counts of resisting arrest filed after a Jan. 11 fight at 129 E. Maple Court.
Willa Z. Silverman to headline symposium at Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris | Penn State University
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Willa Z. Silverman, Malvin E. and Lea P. Bank Professor of French and Jewish Studies at Penn State, will be the featured speaker at a symposium that explores the life and career of Henri Vever (1854-1942), a prominent French jeweler, promoter of Art Nouveau, and collector acti
DA: Shooting of man with shotgun at police station justified
This image from a May 8, 2018 Manheim Township Police video shows John Simson, 65, of East Petersburg, walking toward the Manheim Township Police station carrying a shotgun.
Officer had no choice but to kill suicidal shotgun-toting man outside police station, DA says
He said Steidler shot as Simson, who had just blown off part of his own face with the shotgun, pointed the weapon at a corner of the station where another officer was approaching.
She allegedly stole a bird, a dog, a gun, cash, and from State High kids. What now, after her spree's over?
An 18-year-old woman has been charged for a multitude of burglaries and thefts in the Centre County region that allegedly occurred since September.Zelia Fogelsanger, of Pine Grove Mills, isalready being detainedat the Centre County Correctional Facility on felony criminal trespassing charges, but Fe
McGuire to get new sentencing hearing
Judge Paul Cherry agreed to give a new sentencing hearing to Stephanie D. McGuire, 23, of Osceola Mills, who was sent to state prison after pleading guilty to endangering the welfare of children and other charges after failing to report the severe abuse of her newborn daughter by her boyfriend.McGui
Police: 3 charged after meth lab discovered in Bellefonte
Alyssa McKinley, 24, Joseph Grassmyer, 46, and Sandra Conklin, 49, have been charged with operating a meth lab, possession of items with intent to manufacture a controlled substance and manufacture with intent to delivery.
You'll see emergency personnel at University Park Airport tonight. Here's why
If you're traveling to or from University Park Airport tonight, you'll likely see dozens of emergency personnel. But it's nothing to fret about — actually, it might even make you feel at ease.Emergency personnel from Penn State and municipalities throughout Centre County will be conducting a full-sc
'Here is something you can arrest me for,' he allegedly said. Police found more reasons
After a fight with his girlfriend Saturday, a Harrisburg man allegedly tried to pick a fight with State College police officers.Police were called to the Super 8 hotel on South Atherton Street after an employee called to report Jacob Bucher III, 32, engaging in disorderly conduct in the lobby of the
Upbeat, self-motivated student finds ample opportunity in summer internship | Penn State University
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — He’s never had a “desk job” before, but just a couple of weeks into an internship working every day in New York City — and learning to make the most of a long commute both ways — already has Greg Radovic excited about potential career paths.
Susquehanna River to near the action stage on Thursday
The Susquehanna River will near the action stage on Thursday, but will then drop as the Memorial Day weekend approaches.The National Weather Service indicatesthe river will climb to 10.7 feet by Thursday morning, but then drop back down to 7.9 feet by 10 a.m. Saturday.Other streams won't even reach
Lewistown man charged with aggravated assault
According to court documents, Lauver held a victim at knife-point in a Catherine street residence, physically assaulted the alleged victim and refused to allow them to leave the residence. A witness showed police screen shots of text messages from the alleged victim asking for help because Lauver wa
Uni-Mart closes after tractor-trailer crashes into storefront
A local Uni-Mart's unexpected destruction isn't solely a loss for owner Harpal Singh and his employees.It's a loss for everyone in the community, Singh said.A tractor-trailer driven by an unidentified motorist hit the convenience store at 10:15 p.m. Monday, resulting in the right third of the Howard
Man charged with stealing rifle, booze in string of Huntingdon County break-ins
Gary Benson, 52, has been charged with four counts of burglary, two counts of theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, four counts of criminal mischief, two counts of possession of an instrument with intent to commit a crime and two counts of criminal mischief involving damage to propert
Frank Guadagnino named vice president for administration | Penn State University
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Frank T. Guadagnino, associate general counsel at Penn State, has been named the University’s new vice president for administration, effective July 1.