GREENSBURG (KDKA) — As overdose deaths from prescription drug abuse skyrocket, Westmoreland County leaders are urging the state House of Representatives to pass new legislation. The year hasn’t even reached the halfway mark, and so […]
Two people accused of stealing bronze vases worth thousands of dollars from a cemetery in Westmoreland County and then selling them for scrap are heading to trial.
A Beltzhoover man and another person were arrested after bundles of heroin were found in a child’s book bag.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI were set to announce dozens of arrests in what they’re calling a series of “overlapping and interrelated heroin distribution networks” in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Police in Westmoreland County say they’ve solved a recent string of thefts at the Greenwood Cemetery in Lower Burrell.
One of two sisters pleaded guilty to her role in a purse-snatching that broke the hip of an 82-year-old southwestern Pennsylvania woman who died months later.
Greensburg City police are expected to file charges as early as Tuesday against a woman from Youngwood who was leading two lives at Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital.
A former assistant youth hockey coach in Bethel Park accepted a plea deal in court this morning in connection with drug charges.
Drug dealers are drafting younger teens as salesmen because, police say, they tend to get more lenient penalties.
Police are searching for an assault suspect who escaped from UPMC Mercy Hospital while being treated for injuries after fleeing from a traffic stop in Downtown Pittsburgh.
After a recent string of heroin overdose deaths, officials say heroin-related deaths are on the downswing.
Ross Township police have arrested a man accused of selling fentanyl-laced heroin.
Police believe heroin may now be tougher to find on the streets in the Alle-Kiski Valley area, after a undercover drug bust in Tarentum.
A woman accused of selling heroin in Happy Meals appeared in court today.
The recent rash of heroin overdose deaths in our area seem to have slowed down, but residents in one local community are still concerned.