A missing goat’s owner in Westmoreland County has come forward.
Is anyone out there missing a goat? That’s the question a Westmoreland County couple is asking after a little goat showed up at their home earlier this week.
A multi-car crash sent seven people to the hospital in Washington Township.
A man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a teenage girl he met through Facebook.
A North Hills man who has been associated with swimming pool businesses leaving customers dissatisfied is in jail. Thomas Hodak faces charges including theft by deception and deceptive business practices.
The doors of an alleged sex club in Washington Township, Greene County, remain closed. The alleged club on Edgar Hill Road was outed for throwing camping style parties once a year where members, according to websites, were paying to attend and participate in bondage, domination and sadomasochism experiences.
A man is recovering after he was hit by a tree and knocked into a ditch at an excavation site Thursday morning in Westmoreland County.
The place is located on Edgar Hill Road in Washington Township and is known as “the dungeon,” the site of sex parties that charge members for a Bondage Domination and Sadomasochism (BDSM) experience.
A house fire in Butler County claimed the life of a woman this afternoon. According to emergency dispatchers, firefighters were called to a fire at a home in the 300-block of Oneida Valley Road in Washington Township shortly after noon.
The overnight snow could complicate the Tuesday morning commute. In Washington Township, icy conditions on Route 66 caused two crashes in less than 10 minutes late Monday.
One man has been arrested in connection with a double-homicide in Westmoreland County earlier this year.
Smoke and flames destroyed a building in Westmoreland County Sunday afternoon. The blaze started along Silvis Road in Washington Township.
A man was arrested after a standoff in Indiana County Monday night.
One person was killed in an early Sunday morning accident in Clarion County.
State police first said daytime burglaries in Indiana County have similarities to ones in northern Westmoreland County, and now they say they’re looking into the possibility that burglaries in both Armstrong and Jefferson counties could also be connected.