State police in Washington County are expected to release new information this afternoon as the investigation continues into the death of a Baldwin woman.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today in Washington County to open the new regional headquarters for Range Resources.
An active search is underway today for a 21-year-old Baldwin woman who has not been seen since late Wednesday afternoon.
Police will have a presence at Canon-McMillan High School after school officials learned of a threat. The school contacted police and the threat was determined to be non-credible.
The All-Clad Metalcrafters 2nd sale is returning to Washington County. The sale will be held next Friday and Saturday – Dec. 2 & 3 – at the Washington Fairgrounds in Washington, Pa. All-Clad is celebrating […]
Local law enforcement officers were given awards Thursday in Canonsburg at a gathering sponsored by the Pittsburgh chapter of ASIS International.
Authorities say a Washington County man is facing charges after his son had to be hospitalized for wounds he suffered from what a witness called a “machete knife.”
Two of three daycare centers shut down by the Department of Public Welfare are now reopening, according to an attorney.
Emotions reached a tipping point in Canonsburg Tuesday at a magistrate’s office.
With thousands of marchers and tens of thousands of spectators, Canonsburg hosts the state’s second largest Fourth of July parade.
Canonsburg will be filled with marchers and spectators when the Fourth of July parade steps off on Monday for the 49th time.
A retired Pennsylvania State Trooper accused of trying to meet a fictitious 13-year-old girl in Canonsburg for sex will stand trial.
One person is dead following an accident early this morning on Interstate 79 that caused major traffic delays in Washington County. According to emergency officials, the crash happened just before 5:15 a.m. in the northbound lanes near mile marker 47 in Cecil Township.
A standoff in Canonsburg has come to an end. Emergency officials report it happened at a home on First Street.
CANONSBURG (KDKA) – All it took was a single complaint to nearly bring a tradition of more than 50 years in one community to an end. Now, the nativity scene in front of the Canonsburg […]