Police are investigating a New Kensington bank robbery.
Two fires in the area recently are being attributed to laptops.
It’s called marijuana on steroids; so powerful that it killed a local boy, and has sent a lot of other kids to the emergency room. It’s being sold illegally in convenience stores and tobacco shops throughout the region.
The search continues for three suspects who authorities say bailed from a stolen van in Westmoreland County on Friday afternoon.
The remains of seven long missing World War II marines, including John Yeager of New Kensington, will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery Thursday.
They’ve been waiting nearly 70 years, but the family of a World War II veteran is finally getting some closure. A funeral was held Saturday for Marine Corporal John Yeager of New Kensington.
A local Marine is finally coming home nearly 70 years after his death. World War II Marine Corporal Jack Yeager, of New Kensington, was killed in action back in 1944.
Police are investigating after two people were killed in a Westmoreland County motorcycle accident Friday night.
Police are looking into the death of an IUP student. Daniel Engler, 24, was found dead in his dorm room in Wallwork Hall Sunday morning.
State police took an 18-year-old into custody following a police pursuit Wednesday evening in New Kensington.
At least two people were injured in a crash in Westmoreland County. It happened on Route 366 near the Taco Bell in New Kensington shortly after 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The police department told KDKA-TV Zellers had a heart attack at home and passed away at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
Officials with the Valley School District in New Kensington are bracing for a legal battle with an atheist group that’s threatening a lawsuit if a Ten Commandments monument is not removed from school property.
Sixty-year-old Larry Dunkel, of New Kensington, says his specialized wheelchair is “everything to him” because he can’t around without it. But last week, during a 90-minute period, a thief swiped his chair out of the couple’s fenced-in backyard.
A touching scene played out in New Kensington Saturday when more than 100 members of the 307th MP Company returned to their families after a yearlong tour in Afghanistan.