Off-Duty Uber Driver Accused Of Kidnapping, Assault Says He Was Only Trying To Help Intoxicated Woman
A new version of events is emerging about an alleged incident between an off-duty Uber driver and a woman who claims he assaulted her.
A school bus driver is off the job after he stopped in a construction zone and let a student off the bus to steal an orange cone.
A brand new sign is out front; the “Hair We Go” Barber Shop is finally back in business.
A Washington County volunteer wrestling coach in the Ringgold School District has been banned from using school facilities after he posted a comment on Facebook.
The FBI and the DEA raided a Gibsonia medical clinic and the home of the clinic’s founder Thursday, but the investigation started in 2014.
A reported sexual assault is under investigation at Duquesne University.
A mystery couple in Washington, Pa., has been picking up other people’s tabs at a local Applebee’s a few times a month for years.
A Penn Township employee is facing charges for allegedly bringing guns into the municipal building and pointing them at employees.
A stroller, specially made for a 7-year-old boy with physical and mental challenges, was stolen in Uniontown on Monday afternoon.
Not much is left on the old Jeannette Glass property and what is there is an eye sore, but there is talk going on about what will happen.
A Vietnam veteran was touched when he found a note on his windshield thanking him for his service back in August, and he was determined to find the woman who left it.
A wedding DJ admits he stole cards with money from a bride and groom at their reception, but the Westmoreland County couple says he took a lot more cash than he says he did.
A fifth grade boy in Westmoreland County decided he wanted to help those in need, so he joined forces with a local trucking company to help hurricane victims in Texas.
Pittsburgh Police have released surveillance video of an armed robbery in Carrick and are asking for the public’s help to identify the suspect.
Mysterious Illness Affecting Wildlife Forcing Police To Shoot, Kill Animals; Neighbors Worried For Their Pets
Some people who live in Ross Township say something strange is going on with wildlife in the area.