A birthday card has reportedly helped police in Westmoreland County track down a suspect wanted in several break-ins and thefts.
A judge has reversed his own ruling and ordered a teenage boy awaiting trial in a Pennsylvania high school stabbing rampage to remain in a juvenile detention center and receive mental health treatment there.
Local kids are helping test which toys should be on the shelves this holiday season.
A psychiatric hospital has cited security concerns in its decision to refuse treatment to a teenager awaiting trial on charges he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at his high school.
A judge is set to hear evidence and arguments about whether a 16-year-old boy charged in a stabbing rampage at a western Pennsylvania high school should be moved to a mental health facility.
At least one person was hurt this afternoon when a coal truck hit a pedestrian in Westmoreland County.
It was April 9 around 7 a.m. It seemed like a typical Wednesday morning for Nate Moore, but that all changed in a matter of moments.
The defense attorney for a 16-year-old boy charged in a mass stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school has asked a judge to postpone his trial at least 90 days.
Police in Murrysville say there hasn’t been a place touched by young people doing their own version of off-roading.
Westmoreland Farms in Delmont is a handsome neighborhood where homes are sold almost as quickly as they go on the market.
A Murrysville schnauzer is stealing the social media spotlight, after the dog fainted from sheer joy and it was caught on camera.
A Murrysville woman’s dog was so excited to see her for the first time in two years he passed out!
Investigators looking into the stabbings at Franklin Regional High School want access to Alex Hribal’s family’s cell phone records.
Police released new details involving a letter found in the locker of a teenager accused in a mass stabbing at Franklin Regional High School.
It was a night of celebration and looking towards the future in Murrysville Friday as the senior class at Franklin Regional High School donned caps and gowns and received their diplomas.