The alleged ringleader of the so-called Greensburg 6 is charged with first-degree murder in the torture death of 30-year-old Jennifer Daugherty.
Most of us have gotten a prank call in our lives, but a caller using obituaries to frighten already-grieving victims, has cast a wider net than first thought.
Police in Greensburg are investigating after two recently-widowed women were the victims of a scary prank phone call. Investigators say they believe the person making the calls is using obituaries to find the woman.
A pedestrian accident in Westmoreland County left one man dead Thursday morning, but the driver is not likely to face charges.
Not all the Black Friday madness was overnight and early this morning. At the Westmoreland County Mall in Greensburg, shoppers have been at it since midnight; but the mall isn’t the only place to cash in on Black Friday deals.
The Cleveland Indians settled a lawsuit with the family of a Greensburg man.
The driver of a UPS tractor-trailer is luckily OK after a bizarre accident Wednesday morning.
Not that many years ago, the thought of shooting a police officer would be almost un-thinkable. That seems to have changed, and local law enforcement officials say it has a lot to do with a lack of family values.
A man, accused of firing 17 shots at Police in Hempfield Township, is now in jail.
Republican Congressman Tim Murphy and his Democratic opponent, Washington County commissioner Larry Maggi, traded barbs, as the race in the 18th Congressional District heats up.
Despite many negative attack ads on television, both Congressman Mark Critz and his Republican challenger Keith Rothfus seem to take them in stride.
Mary Kubic says her uncle’s grave marker was one of about 35 that were moved at Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Irwin. She fears they’ll never be placed back exactly where they belong.
It was an emotionally charged morning at the courthouse as Melvin Knight was formally sentenced to the death penalty; the first time that has happened in a Westmoreland County courtroom since 2005.
It took a Westmoreland County jury just two hours to condemn Melvin Knight to death. He now becomes the 203rd inmate on Pennsylvania’s death row.
The penalty phase for Melvin Knight, one of the so-called “Greensburg 6,” continues today in Westmoreland County.