TSA Pre-Check Coming To Arnold Palmer Regional AirportAlthough necessary, TSA security check is the bane of modern day air travel.
Mother Sentenced To Probation For Allowing Her Son, 12, To DriveA Westmoreland County woman was back in court Wednesday where she was sentenced for allowing her 12-year-old son to drive her car.
Grandmother, Children Forced From Latrobe Home As It CrumblesCarole Mullen adores her Latrobe home.
Safe Containing 40K Stolen From Home In Westmoreland Co.A burglar made off with more than $40,000 after breaking into a home in Westmoreland County.
Police Investigating Armed Robbery At Latrobe SunocoPolice in Latrobe are looking for the person who robbed a Sunoco gas station on Christmas.
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Police: Broken Glass, Poisoned Bread Left In Yard With ‘Intent To Poison Dogs’State Police in Westmoreland County are warning pet owners to check their yards before letting their animals outside after broken glass and poisoned bread were left on one man’s property.
Police: Young Man Escapes Detention Center, Steals Truck, Leads Police On ChaseA young man is in custody after police say he escaped from a detention center in Westmoreland County, stole a pickup truck and led officers on a chase along Route 30.
Get Marty: Family Fights With Insurance After Skunk Forces Them Out Of Their HomeA Latrobe family has been forced out of their home by a skunk.
2 Dogs Poisoned With Anti-Freeze Laced Treats In LatrobeOfficials are investigating after two dogs were poisoned with treats laced with anti-freeze in Westmoreland County.
Cops: Mom Wanted 12-Year-Old Driver To Be 'Man Of The House'Police say a western Pennsylvania woman was caught teaching her 12-year-old son to drive - while she and four other children were passengers - because she wanted him to be the "man of the house."
Family, Friends, Fans, Golf World Remember Arnold Palmer As ‘The King’ And The Common ManJack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam are expected to address an overflow crowd of several thousand people who will gather Tuesday for a public memorial service to Arnold Palmer.