Oh Henry: Rescued Dog Goes On Unbelievable Adventure Through Western Pa.An unbelievable journey for a rescued dog. He was roaming on his own for four months, traveling through four counties before volunteers finally brought him home safely.
Contractor Who Ripped Off Elderly Widow, Mother-To-Be Turns Himself InA contractor who ripped off multiple people, including an elderly widow and a mother-to-be, turned himself in to police Friday.
Police Looking For Cop Impersonator In IrwinPolice are looking for a man who is pretending to be a cop in Westmoreland County.
'Break Room' Offers Outlet For Therapeutic DemolitionAt the new "Break Room" in Westmoreland County, you can let go of your frustrations and let someone else clean up.
Naming Rights For Old Ritter's Diner Up For Grabs Through FundraiserThe old Ritter's Diner is in need of some repairs, so the new owners are offering an interesting prize in exchange for donations.
Historic Diner Makes Journey From Station Square To IrwinThe historic Ritter's Diner made its big move from Station Square to its new home in Irwin Friday.
Vintage Diner Packing Up, Moving From Station Square To IrwinThe original Ritter's Diner was moved from Bloomfield to Station Square in 1983.
Police: Nursing Assistant Stole Money, Jewelry From ResidentsA nursing home employee in Irwin has been accused of stealing from residents.
Man Sentenced For Strangling His Dog Because It 'Wouldn't Stop Barking'A man who told police he strangled his dog because it "wouldn't stop barking" was sentenced on Thursday.
Fallen Marines' Mother Heartbroken Over Norwin Rotory's Banner PolicyAbove the roads and streets of Irwin you see the faces of present-day active duty service personnel on banners, recognizing their duty, honor and sacrifice.
Cops: Man Stole Badges While Held In Mayor's Office For QuestioningPolice say a western Pennsylvania man stole several badges while he was being held in the mayor's office for questioning last year.
Westmoreland Co. Police Officers Spread Holiday Cheer To Local KidsOfficers in Westmoreland County were out Wednesday to spread some holiday cheer. But instead of patrolling the streets, they patrolled store aisles with some children in need.