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 man accused of beating a woman with a fire extinguisher during a break-in pleaded guilty Thursday and will spend several years in prison.
Police in Westmoreland County are looking for a masked suspect who held up a Family Dollar store in New Kensington.
A man in Westmoreland County is facing charges after he allegedly came up with a plan to rob a former friend.
A medical marijuana growing and processing center may be coming to Westmoreland County.
A giant spool of wire caused chaos on a highway in Fayette County Wednesday morning.
A man accused in a deadly hit and run crash on Christmas Eve is now facing third-degree murder charges.
Fire damaged a frozen custard shop in Greensburg Monday night.
Fire destroyed a home in Armstrong County and sent two people to the hospital.
A man is charged with attempted murder in a November carjacking.
A Fayette County man is in jail after police say he swiped the tip jar from a restaurant while ordering food, and then fled to his home not far from the scene.
Police in Latrobe are looking for the person who robbed a Sunoco gas station on Christmas.
Two men are accused of setting an old post office in Westmoreland County on fire.
A husband and wife were found dead in Westmoreland County, and investigators say it is the result of a murder-suicide.
The historic Laurel Mountain Ski Resort in southwestern Pennsylvania was scheduled to reopen for the first time in 11 years.
A man accused of sexually abusing his girlfriend’s daughter had an outburst while leaving his preliminary hearing Tuesday.