Police: Driver Intentionally Hit Vehicles On I-70 After Smoking CrackPolice have arrested a man who crashed into several vehicles in Somerset Township after allegedly smoking crack Saturday night.
Fire Breaks Out At Somerset Township Gas Well PadInvestigators are looking into how a 4-alarm fire at a gas well in Washington County started.
Man Allegedly Struck Pregnant Girlfriend In Stomach With Pick AxeA man is in the Washington County Jail after he allegedly struck his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach with a pick axe.
Fish & Boat Commission Investigating 84 Lakes Property Owner For Alleged Illegal ActivitySome who frequent a popular fishing area in Washington County say the owner is getting a raw deal.
I-70 East In Washington Co. Reopens After Multi-Vehicle CrashState police say eastbound Interstate 70 has reopened following a seven-vehicle crash involving three tractor-trailers in western Pennsylvania.
Interstate 70 Crash Leaves 1 Woman DeadOne woman was killed in an accident along Interstate 70 in Washington County Wednesday night.
Water Tanker Truck Crashes Into Washington Co. HomeA tanker truck making a home water delivery in Washington County on Friday slid into the side of a home.
Woman Killed In Washington Co. CrashA Monongahela woman was killed in an accident Saturday night after a truck hit the car she was riding in.
2 Suspects Sought In Washington Co. Restaurant RobberyState police in Washington County are looking for two suspects involved in a robbery Saturday afternoon at a restaurant.
Suspects Sought After $10K Of Copper Wire Stolen From Wind TurbinesPolice are investigating after roughly $10,000 worth of copper wiring was stolen from a parking lot used to store disassembled wind turbines in Somerset County.
$1 Million Worth Of Heroin Found During Somerset Co. Traffic StopA routine traffic stop last week turned into one of Somerset County’s largest drug busts.
State Police Investigate Burglary At Somerset County ChurchState police in Somerset County are searching for suspects who they say took more than $2,000 worth of items from a local church.