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 judge is set to hear evidence and arguments about whether a 16-year-old boy charged in a stabbing rampage at a western Pennsylvania high school should be moved to a mental health facility.
A man from Jeannette is accused of trying to steal a rifle from a police car.
Some local state troopers are now heading to northeastern Pennsylvania to help in the intensive manhunt for the suspect accused in a deadly ambush at a state police barracks.
KDKA has done a lot of reporting on the record number of car break-ins in Westmoreland County, but recently one happened with a twist and it involved credit card fraud.
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A Westmoreland County woman accused of ripping off two elderly women to cover the expenses of her dog show hobby is going to trial.
An 84-year-old woman has died following an accident Monday in Westmoreland County.
A man has been arrested after an attempted robbery at a Fayette County motel early Saturday morning.
Vehicle break-ins happen all the time, but for state troopers in Westmoreland County, the totals are unprecedented.
Two men are charged with allegedly providing the drugs that led to another man’s death in Westmoreland County.
Police officers will tell you domestic calls are some of the most dangerous calls you can go on.
It was a wild ride for a local couple.
The Priority on Pittsburgh’s North Side was the site of a cancelled wedding Sunday night, but it was still packed with people.
Gwendolyn Robinson was just drifting away into a nap when, despite being legally blind, she saw a glowing danger nearby.
People who live in one Westmoreland County town say they are tired of trash, flies and other vermin.