During his career, Ross has covered major stories including hurricanes, forest fires, efforts to impeach former President Bill Clinton and the Sago mine disaster.
In 1995 he began reporting for WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia. In 1996 he moved to WJAC-TV in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and in 1998. In Johnstown, Ross wrote, produced and hosted the Emmy nominated special “Who Will Protect the Children?” WTVR-TV in Richmond, Virginia was the next stop. Ross has also been nominated for 3 Emmys and was awarded one in 2003. Ross was also awarded A Golden Quill, and an Associated Press Award in 2003.
Ross served in the United States Marine Corps and is a Desert Storm veteran. His hobbies include anything mechanical, weight-training, playing and coaching ice hockey, skiing and golf.
A very special stranger paid off all overdue lunch balances at H W Good Elementary.
State Police in Westmoreland County are warning pet owners to check their yards before letting their animals outside after broken glass and poisoned bread were left on one man’s property.
A young man is in custody after police say he escaped from a detention center in Westmoreland County, stole a pickup truck and led officers on a chase along Route 30.
A woman in Connellsville is accused of tearing up her ex-boyfriend’s yard with her car and hitting anything in her path, including a pool.
A mother and a babysitter got into a physical fight at a Vandergrift home Sunday night when the babysitter allegedly left the mother’s three kids home alone.
James Burnsworth entered a plea Friday in the shooting death of Mt. Plesant 13-year-old James Robert Gustafson.
A 14-year-old Westmoreland County boy is charged as an adult with fatally shooting his mother and younger brother while they slept.
Police say a Westmoreland County couple is accused of rifling through cars while their owners have been worshipping in church.
Carrie Geyer waiving her preliminary hearing on charges she endangered the welfare of several of her children after she allegedly let her then 12-year-old son drive her van to “teach him some responsibility.”
Here in Pittsburgh, Cuban-Americans are looking back at an era they’ve struggled to forget after the death of Fidel Castro.
Good news for skiers and snowboarders – some of the slopes around western Pennsylvania opened for business Friday.
While many people are sitting down to a nice meal on Thanksgiving with family and friends, there are a lot of people who don’t have that same opportunity.
Three people were injured in a violent crash Tuesday that shut down part of Route 119 in Westmoreland County.
Police have charged a man accused of stabbing his friend in a drunken fight that involved a former girlfriend and payment for marijuana.
Police are searching for an armed carjacker who allegedly shot his victim.