A memorial was held today for a Monroeville native found murdered in his home in Nebraska; and while those who knew him are grieving, little is being said about who killed him and his wife.
Monroeville native, 65-year-old Dr. Roger Brumback, and his 65-year-old wife, Mary, were on the verge of starting a new life in West Virginia after Brumback recently announced his retirement.
A one-vehicle accident has sent emergency crews to the Parkway East this morning.
When Maureen Ciarolla of Monroeville heard who the latest recipient of the Presidential Distinguished Rank Award is, she had a lot to say.
Three men are in custody after police found $10.5 million worth of cocaine and as well as other drugs in Penn Hills.
According to county investigators, Duane Amity had thousands of alleged offensive images on his computer inside his Monroeville home. Many depicted girls between the ages of 2 and 10.
The FBI is investigating after a vice president of computer network security with BNY Mellon investment services was found to allegedly have thousands of child pornography photos.
There is a section of the parking lot of the DoubleTree hotel in Monroeville that is blocked off from the rest of the lot.
Resident Cindy Woodward says that homeowners in the Garden City neighborhood of Monroeville have been wrangling over a persistent problem with rats since last spring.
Police are investigating a shooting in Monroeville Saturday morning that left one man dead.
An officer was injured during an incident at the Monroeville Mall.
Political nastiness is swirling around Monroeville City Hall. There have been resignations, demotions, charges and counter-charges. It reached a new low Tuesday night when the former police chief was accused of telling a racially-offensive joke.
Hundreds of people turned out Thursday night to give demoted Monroeville Police Chief Doug Cole a show of support.
In a matter of 24 hours, the man who ran the Monroeville Police Department has been demoted from chief to sergeant, and it’s causing a political stir in the community.
An overwhelming crowd once again showed up at a local gun show Saturday.