A homeless man in State College just did something that is the epitome of a good deed.
Today was a memorable day for Special Olympics athletes and their law enforcement supporters.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – A fraternity linked to a secret Facebook page on which photos of nude and semi-nude women were posted was shut down by Penn State for at least three years on Tuesday […]
Everyone loves a Slinky – but few have started a campaign to make it the official state toy of Pennsylvania.
More than 100 Penn State University students and other supporters demonstrated Friday against a fraternity accused of posting photos of nude or partly nude women, some asleep or passed out, on an invitation-only Facebook page, urging the administration to take stronger action against those involved.
Penn State intends to hold accountable the fraternity members who used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post “appalling, offensive” photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed out, a university official said.
A fraternity at Penn State University has been suspended as police investigate allegations that members used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed out.
Police in State College say they’ve used a Taser for the first time.
The parents of a woman who died of a heroin overdose earlier this year are seeking leniency for a man convicted of having supplied the drugs.
A letter was apparently mistakenly sent to former coach and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky, asking him to renew his season tickets.
A Penn State student has been jailed on charges he sold marijuana wax and an anti-anxiety prescription drug from his main campus dorm room.
Jerry Sandusky’s wife is defending her husband again, this time in a written piece provided to a Harrisburg news organization.
Four Penn State football players were cited after what officials call an egg-throwing incident at a campus building the night before Halloween.
Penn State police have been trying to determine the credibility of a shooting threat posted anonymously on a social media website.
A central Pennsylvania psychologist has been jailed on charges that “touching therapy” he used on two female patients really amounted to sexual abuse, for which he fraudulently billed insurance companies more than $71,000.