Police say two Penn State students have been charged with ethnic intimidation after they admitted last week to vandalizing property near a predominantly Jewish fraternity.
Penn State police have charged a truck driver with leaving the scene after a manure spreader he was hauling ran over a pedestrian at the university’s Ag Progress Days in August.
Police say they’ve found some tricky marijuana-laced treats that somebody apparently dropped on a central Pennsylvania street.
A congregation has fired its pastor for conducting the wedding of two men at a central Pennsylvania mayor’s home, the pastor said.
Police are investigating allegations that a central Pennsylvania nurse mistakenly gave a newborn pain medication meant for the baby’s mother.
Police in State College say they are searching for a suspect after a night desk clerk at a hotel was beaten by a man wearing a Spider-Man mask and wielding a large skeleton key.
Local law enforcement is on the move today, running 150 miles to support Special Olympics.
Several people in a group of 40 chaperones and students visiting Penn State’s main campus say they came home with bedbug bites.
Nearly three dozen downtown bars, restaurants and bottle shops agreed to halt alcohol sales to counter an early St. Patrick’s Day celebration created by Penn State students, the most aggressive effort yet to curb drinking on the unofficial “State Patty’s Day.”
A 46-hour, no-sitting-or-sleeping-allowed dance marathon at Penn State raised more than $12.37 million for pediatric cancer research and care, shattering last year’s record-breaking total by nearly $1.7 million.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Gov. Tom Corbett admits he changed his mind regarding NCAA sanctions against Penn State University. Gov. Corbett filed suit against the NCAA on Wednesday claiming, “I believe the NCAA took actions and […]
Marty Griffin asks Gov. Tom Corbett why he had a change of mind regarding the NCAA sanctions after stating on July 23 that the sanctions were to be accepted.
A group of Penn State supporters from all walks of life crowded the room at the Nittany Lion Inn where Gov. Tom Corbett announced he was suing the NCAA to overturn sanctions against the university.
Gov. Tom Corbett had some harsh words for the NCAA while announcing an anti-trust lawsuit Wednesday morning.
Gov. Tom Corbett has scheduled a news conference Wednesday in State College to announce that the State of Pennsylvania will take the National Collegiate Athletic Association to court over sanctions the NCAA levied on Penn State University.