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.
It was neighbor versus neighbor in Indiana County when one man was pulling weeds and the other decided to pull a gun Tuesday afternoon.
A rear-end type crash killed an 8-year-old boy Monday in Westmoreland County.
Ronald Shissler Jr.’s prelimanary hearing on charges he grabbed a young mother’s neck while she was getting into her car was waived on Friday.
A farmers’ market in Rostraver Township is fighting to keep their roadside signs up after being ordered by PennDOT to take them down.
Alleged members of a poaching ring, who the state Game Commission says is responsible for illegally harvesting nearly a dozen deer in the area, were in court Wednesday.
Recent drug raids in New Kensington have taken heroin and weapons off the streets in Westmoreland County.
A trial date is now set for Franklin Regional High School stabbing suspect Alex Hribal.
Central Uniontown was hit hardest by Thursday’s flash flooding.
A Westmoreland County man is facing charges for allegedly striking his brother-in-law with a samurai sword.
Since the tragic death of Lt. Eric Eslary, Ligonier Township has been without a canine officer.
Authorities are investigating after a teen died in Jeannette this weekend.
Former Redstone Township police officer Norman Howard has had a checkered past.
A woman testified she left a Pennsylvania high school abruptly last year after a teacher identified her as the student who accused another teacher of having an illegal sexual relationship with her.
Phipps Conservatory has so many wonderful smelling plants, but the Corpse Flower is not one of them.
A teenager accused of going on a stabbing spree at Franklin Regional High School more than two years ago still has not gone on trial because the case remains tied up in various motions and appeals.