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 driver’s license examiner accused of taking money from people wanting to pass their driving test was in court Wednesday.
Westmoreland County has had more than its share of weather and natural disasters over the years.
Two members of the so-called “Greensburg 6” were sentenced to prison Monday morning.
Police are investigating after a man exposed himself to females on two separate occasions.
The man found guilty in the fatal beating of his girlfriend’s young son in Fayette County has now been sentenced to the death penalty.
A local community is in shock following the arrest of a priest who is accused of stealing church funds.
More than 200 people gathered for a 20-year-old man who they say was the victim of alleged police brutality during a traffic stop in 2012.
Two Uniontown women are in custody after police say they robbed a convenience store.
Police are looking for a 20-year-old man who is allegedly passing counterfeit bills.
The explosive nature of a water main break in Westmoreland County was so intense it left hundreds without water service.
It certainly caused a scare for people living at Fort Mason Village in Masontown, Fayette County.
In a whirl of wind, smoke and snow, firefighters descended on the 400-block of General Braddock Road in New Sewickley Township on Thursday morning.
It was contentious in the Fayette County Commissioners’ conference room Wednesday.
A series of fires, two of them considered arsons and one of them considered suspicious, have a neighborhood on edge in Fayette County
It seemed like an incredible deal for a small church in Indiana County looking for transportation to spread the word.