Crews Work For More Than An Hour To Remove Driver From Crashed CarCrews worked for more than an hour to remove a driver from a crashed car in Murrysville on Saturday.
Hazmat Called To Route 22 Crash In MurrysvilleHazmat crews have been called to the scene of a tractor-trailer crash in Westmoreland County.
'Pay What You Can' Restaurant Opens Doors In New KensingtonThe Knead Community Cafe in New Kensington has opened its doors for the first time since renovations began in the old building eight months ago.
Judge Denies Franklin Regional Stabbings Suspect Request To Plead Guilty But Mentally IllA judge has shot down a request made by Alex Hribal to plead guilty but mentally ill.
Widow Forced To Pull Daughter Out Of School Following Move From DistrictHeartbroken over the death of her husband last fall, a mother has now been forced to make another move, this time, breaking her young daughter's heart.
What Trump Supporters Hope To Hear In His Inaugural AddressOne of the ways Donald Trump won the state of Pennsylvania was by taking the suburbs around Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and making them his own.
Murrysville Man Receives Presidential PardonPresident Obama granted 64 presidential pardons on Tuesday, including a man from western Pennsylvania.
Franklin Regional’s Marching Band Chosen To March In Inaugural ParadeThe Franklin Regional High School Marching Band has been chosen to march in the Inaugural Parade in Washington DC.
KDKA Investigates: Home Health Aid With Criminal Past Raises Questions, ConcernsThe criminal history of a local home health care aid is raising questions and concerns.
Natural Gas Smell Prompts Evacuations In MurrysvilleDozens of people, including many middle school students, were taken to the hospital Wednesday following a gas leak in the Murrysville area.
After Polls Close In Pa., Voters Continue To Wait In Hours-Long LinesSome voters in Westmoreland County are seeing unprecedented lines this Election Day.
Murrysville Councilman: Online Voting Post Was Joke; Officials Not LaughingA Murrysville councilman's post on social media about the upcoming election has landed him in some hot water.