A woman who claimed to have been the victim of an attempted carjacking in Ross Township has admitted to making up the entire event.
The unidentified victim of what police say may have been a road rage incident in Ross Township remains hospitalized. The incident happened during rush hour Wednesday, just after 5:30 p.m., on McKnight Road.
A man dragged along McKnight Road during Wednesday night’s rush hour is in serious condition at the hospital.
Police are trying to track down the driver of a car seen dragging a man down McKnight Road in rush hour traffic. It happened in the far right, southbound lane of McKnight shortly before 6 p.m.
It’s called Valu King – the newest discount grocery store to enter the Pittsburgh market. Owned by Giant Eagle, Valu King will make its Pittsburgh debut in the North Hills along McKnight Road at the site once occupied by Roomful Express.
Crews responded to a water main break in Ross Township. The break happened at McKnight Road and Siebold Road early Monday morning.
A multi-car pile-up on McKnight Road in Ross Township impacted the Tuesday morning commute.
One person is dead after a vehicle crashed into a tree in the parking lot of a movie theater in the North Hills Sunday evening.
Police and parents are on alert in Ross Township today as the investigation continues into a report of the attempted abduction of a 7-year-old at a store there Saturday evening.
Police in Ross Township are investigating a report of an attempted child abduction at a Goodwill store on McKnight Road.
A man accused of robbing a local coffee shop Wednesday morning has been arrested.
Police in Ross Township continue to investigate after two employees reportedly tried to fight off a suspect during a robbery this morning at a small drive-thru coffee shop.
A man is accused of stealing a takeout sandwich and using a stolen forklift as his getaway vehicle. Police say he stole the forklift from a construction site on Babcock Road near McKnight.
Lane restrictions along McKnight Road in Ross Township are over. According to police, a construction company struck a two-inch gas line on private property near the intersection of McKnight and Seibert Roads Monday afternoon.
Two suspects accused of holding a man against his will earlier this month were in court Wednesday morning.