State Sen. John Yudichak, a Penn State graduate who represents Luzerne and Carbon counties, says a Penn State Board of Trustees committee may have violated a state law by recommending board reform.
The latest progress report regarding Penn State University's compliance with NCAA sanctions for the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal is expected to be released Monday.
An attorney representing a man who says he was a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky has filed a lawsuit against Penn State, Sandusky and his charity, Second Mile.
A Penn State employee who accused her supervisor of sexual harassment and later reached a settlement with Penn State is suing the university for allegedly retaliating against the employee following the settlement.
A former State College psychologist is now facing criminal charges for allegedly having inappropriate sexual relationships with patients.
Penn State alumnus Ryan Bagwell has scored another victory in his quest to uncover information related to the Jerry Sandusky investigation.
In a scene straight out of a Hollywood movie, police and explosives experts descended on a Pine Grove Mills neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities began evacuating a neighborhood in Ferguson Township Tuesday afternoon after receiving a report of a possible explosive device located in a parked vehicle.
Five of the 18-member Pennsylvania congressional delegation have asked the NCAA to overturn unprecedented sanctions leveled against Penn State University's football program.
A severe storm that passed through State College on Sunday evening left a path of fire and downed trees behind it. Crews from several local fire companies responded to a call that came into the Alpha Fire Company at 7:23 p.m. after a condominium at 3221 Shellers Road in Ferguson Township caught fire after being struck by lightning. The storm also knocked down trees at two intersections in downtown State College.
For James Franklin, whose daughter has Sickle Cell Anemia, the football team's trip to the Hershey Children's Hospital.
Penn State fans are quick to notice every little thing that goes on with the program, so when freshman running back Nick Scott tweeted out a photo of a Penn State football helmet with the number 24 on it (Scott's number) fans were all over social media guessing what that might mean. The real reason for the helmet? It's a decoration in Franklin's office.
State College police responded to 235 calls over Arts Fest weekend, representing a 37 percent increase over the 171 calls responded to during the 2013 Arts Fest, according to information provided by the State College Police Department.
The Penn State Board of Trustees finance committee recommended the full board approve $2 million in renovations to the Lasch Football Building and $5.6 million in upgrades to University Park Airport today.
A developer for the long anticipated Fraser Centre in downtown State College announced at Monday's borough council meeting Hyatt Hotels has formally agreed to be part of the project.
Penn State has asked a court to implement a protection order preventing the release of pre-trial documents that the university fears the Paterno family will use to push a public relations agenda.
Jerry Sandusky is pursuing one final legal option to overturn his conviction, according to his attorney.
In a court filing this week, an attorney for Gov. Tom Corbett argues the governor should be dropped from a lawsuit filed by the NCAA. A state law, signed by Corbett Feb. 20, 2013, requires the NCAA to spend Penn State's $60 million fine for the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal within Pennsylvania.
A hearing officer has recommended to the State Employees' Retirement System board that Jerry Sandusky keep his pension.
The Office of the Attorney General released a report Monday morning that indicates authorities took too long to investigate the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse crimes. However, the report says there is no evidence to show any issues or "missteps" were politically motivated.
With nine violations over five years, the owners of the Gingerbread Man must follow stringent rules in order to hold onto their liquor license.
Officials in Harris Township, where Boalsburg is located, issued an alert Monday saying the gray fox that attacked a woman in the township last week was rabid and say that a second gray fox exhibiting similar behavior was witnessed in the township.
Restaurants began periodically reopening Thursday and Friday after federal agents executed search warrants at the businesses and took several people into custody. The Homeland Security Investigations unit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency conducted an enforcement operation in State College Thursday, which targeted a number of restaurants.
Federal agents took several people into custody and seized evidence during an enforcement operation Thursday in State College, which targeted ethnic restaurants. The Homeland Security Investigations unit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency conducted a targeted enforcement operation in the borough.
Without opposition, a state senate committee approved a bill Tuesday that would reorganize Penn State University's Board of Trustees. The legislation will now move to the full senate for consideration.
An attorney for Penn State's former fencing coach Emmanuil Kaidanov says he'll file a federal lawsuit against the university Thursday morning.
In today's weird news department, authorities removed a pet alligator from a Boalsburg home over the weekend.
After 31 years on Penn State's staff, Brad 'Spider' Caldwell will retire from his position as team equipment manager leaving behind a legacy not soon forgotten within the walls of the Lasch football building. The university announced the change early Thursday.
A judge sentenced former Penn State tailback Austin Scott to up to 23 months in prison Wednesday for dealing marijuana. Scott came to Penn State as a highly-touted recruit in 2003, finishing his career here with 1,323 rushing yards and 17 total touchdowns, rushing for 110 yards and two scores in the 2006 Orange Bowl against Florida State.
Mayor Elizabeth Goreham officiated her first same-sex marriage ceremony Tuesday morning with Rebecca Sellers and Kimberly Sellers, who both were born and raised in the State College area.