Eighteen-year-olds come to State College during the fall of their freshman years as children with plenty of lessons to learn about living on their own. And sometimes those children mess up -- they get in trouble for underage drinking or they bomb a test.
Updated Wednesday 8:15 PM
After the 89 precincts for elections closed Tuesday night, the results of the Centre County 2013 Municipal Primary Elections showed that current State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham and Republican Ron Madrid would be competing for mayor this fall.
Updated Thursday 3:14 PM
An emotional disturbance led to felony charges against a Penn State student who attempted to fight police officers at the University Park Airport on April 13, Penn State Police Chief Tyrone Parham said.
Updated Tuesday 9:57 PM
The Penn State Army ROTC Ranger Challenge Team placed second in the International Sandhurst Competition held April 19 and 20 by the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Updated Wednesday 11:25 AM
A lengthy investigation slapped with the title of a "Special Report" in one of the nation's most resourceful and prolific examples of sports journalism has targeted Penn State as having inadequate medical care for football players.
Updated Tuesday 3:41 PM
A radio transmitter and a solar panel valued at $21,000 were stolen out of a yellow trailer, the State College Police Department said.
Updated Thursday 1:57 PM
Lawyers for former Penn State President Graham Spanier have asked the court to discard the criminal complaint and drop the charges against him in relation to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case, according to court documents filed last week.
Updated Monday 5:53 PM
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Gov. Tom Corbett will learn within the next few weeks whether his federal lawsuit against the NCAA over the penalties handed down against Penn State will be allowed to continue, following a nearly two-hour hearing Monday in Harrisburg.
Updated Tuesday 10:04 PM
Changes to the Fraser Centre development plan that would cause the project to start construction this year were discussed at Monday's Borough Council work session.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier was named the highest paid public university president for the 2011-2012 fiscal year, according to a report issued by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The university said the numbers are skewed because of Spanier's severance package.