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Altoona, PA, United States

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Past articles by Morgan:

Altoona contestant takes home prize on The Price is Right

ALTOONA, Pa (WTAJ) — Come on down! One of the next contestants on The Price is Right is from Altoona. Nathan “Nate” Ross, 27, was one of the lucky contestants on the Jan. 18, edition of The Price is Right. The show had been pre-recorded, so Nate is back in Altoona and our Morgan Kosier […] → Read More

Altoona artist and author releases children’s book

ALTOONA, Pa (WTAJ) — Sarah Vogel, an Altoona-based artist and author, released her first children’s book Saturday as she hosted a book signing. The signing took place at her coffee shop, The Clay Cup, in Altoona, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Vogel was excited and hopes to inspire little ones to create something silly […] → Read More

Altoona meal prep businesses open storefront

Sometimes meal prepping can be so exhausting. Plus you add in the fact that some food just isn't that healthy for you or there are allergy concerns. Well say no more, ZeNom Bites and Primal Eats have got you covered. → Read More

Popeyes to serve up support for local veterans

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — A popular fast food chain is doing their part to give back to veterans on Vietnams Veterans Day on Tuesday March 29 by hosting a fundraiser. All day tomorrow, the Altoona Popeyes will be donating $1 from every transaction to go to the James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center. The […] → Read More

IHOP’s ‘National Pancake Day’ to Benefit Children’s Hospital

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WTAJ) — Tuesday March first is your day to score some free pancakes while giving back to a great cause! The Children’s Miracle Network hospital is teaming up with IHOP for National Pancake Day.from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 1, 2022 – anyone dining in will receive a free short […] → Read More

Local School Hunger Program in Need of Volunteers

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — An area school hunger program is in search of volunteers to pack backpacks with food items. The Mountain Lion Backpack Program works to make sure children (kindergarten through 5th grade) within the Altoona Area School District have meals and snacks to eat throughout the weekend. “The program started in 2011, so […] → Read More

Give back and enjoy a Blizzard on Miracle Treat Day at DQ on Oct. 28th

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — Don’t let the cold weather keep you away from ice cream: Dairy Queen is partnering with the Children’s Miracle Network for Miracle Treat Day on Oct. 28 For every Blizzard Treat sold on Oct. 28, $1 or more will be donated to your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital to directly help […] → Read More

State College heart walk to be led by 3-year-old survivor

The Central Pa Heart Walk will return Saturday, Oct. 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in State College to bring the community together and encourage a heart-healthy lifestyle. → Read More

Seven Springs Mountain Resort to hire 1K employees for winter

Seven Springs Mountain Resort is looking to hire more than 1,000 employees for the upcoming winter season. → Read More

Teen found safe following morning search in Clearfield County

CLEARFIELD COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — UPDATE: Sandy Township Emergency Management Coordinator Larry Bickel said the teen is found and is safe. —– CLEARFIELD COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Sandy Township Police are searching for a non-verbal 17-year-old male with autism in the Treasure Lake area. The teen was reportedly last seen Tuesday around 3 a.m. wearing […] → Read More

Westover photographer offering ‘pay what you can sessions’ for local boy with cancer

WESTOVER, Pa. (WTAJ) — A local photographer is doing her part to give back to a family going through a hard time. Sonya McCoullough, says she meets so many families through her job. When she recently discovered that one of family’s little boy who was diagnosed with cancer, she knew she had to give back. […] → Read More

Tyrone theater company bringing dinner theater back to the area

TYRONE, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Iron Bridge Dinner Theater based out of Tyrone is bringing back dinner theater after a long break due to COVID-19. The company is set to bring their performance of ‘The Ark’ to the stage next week, April 21st – May 2nd. The company’s owner, producer, and director Drew Baker says […] → Read More

Altoona Gym to host Boxing event this Saturday

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — An Altoona gym is hosting a boxing event this weekend that is open for the public. Scorchin’ Boxing Gym on 2900 Beale Ave, part of Dorman’s Sports Performance will be hosting boxers from the area, and places like Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. this Saturday April 3rd at 3 p.m. […] → Read More

10 events, activities to do this weekend

(WTAJ) — With the weather all over the place, you might be conflicted about how to spend your weekend. In that case, we put together a variety of options that might pique your interest. 1. Take a tour through history at the Johnstown Flood National Memorial In 1889, the South Fork Dam in Cambria County […] → Read More

Johnstown locksmith keeps community secure for 50 years

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WTAJ) — A locksmith in Johnstown has been helping locals protect themselves, their families, and their belongings for over 50 years. → Read More

Local boys create ‘Baby Yoda’ snowman

DUNCANSVILLE, Pa. (WTAJ) — Two brothers in Duncansville got creative with all of the recent snow we’ve seen. Max and Anson Clay of Duncansville decided to create a ‘Baby Yoda’ snowman based off of their favorite character from the Mandalorian. The boys say the best part was dying the snow green. → Read More

Local man creates butter sculpture for PA Farm Show contest

SUMMERHILL, Pa. (WTAJ) — Recently the PA Farm show announced its ‘Butter Up’ contest – where participants could enter their own butter sculptures for a prize. Our Morgan Koziar caught up with a 24-year-old Cambria county man who entered his sculpture, and it has caught the attention of many people. Garret McCall has always considered […] → Read More

More Pennsylvanians now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) has expanded its list of people that qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine. As of Jan. 19, the following groups are now eligible to receive doses of the vaccine: People who are pregnant. People with certain heart conditions. People who are obese. People who have Type […] → Read More

Local woman creates meal prep business

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WTAJ) — In light of the new year — many people turn to new goals — like exercising more, kicking a bad habit, or trying to eat better. Our Morgan Koziar caught up with one local woman who’s making it easier for people to chose better options when it comes to their diet […] → Read More

PIAA expected to make final decision Friday afternoon

(WTAJ) — The PIAA is expected to meet today, where they could make a final decision on the fate of high school sports this fall. Pennsylvania high school athletes are unsure about what their season is going to look like this fall, but the answer may be on the way after two weeks of discussion. […] → Read More