Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Running Local Prostitution OperationFederal authorities say a Florida man has pleaded guilty to operating massage parlors in Pennsylvania where undocumented women from Asia were offering sex for money.
National Cemetery Of The Alleghenies Hosting Veterans Day ServiceThe National Cemetery of the Alleghenies observed this Veterans Day with a special ceremony in honor and remembrance of all former and current military members.
Woman Fighting To Reunite Her Family After Being Excommunicated From Local Church She Calls A CultA woman said a local church is home to a cult that has destroyed her family.
Gas Leak Near Great Southern Shopping Center In Bridgeville Closes StoresMultiple fire departments responded to a reported gas leak in Collier Township Sunday.
Police: Man Arrested For Performing Sex Act On Himself While Watching Kids At Bus StopBridgeville Police have arrested a Brookline man accused of inappropriate behavior while watching students board their school bus.
AG Shapiro Charges Human Trafficking Ring Operator In PennsylvaniaAttorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges against a business owner for operating a human trafficking ring in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida.
Police: Suspected Drunk Driver Smashes Into Tree, Says He Was Just Parking ThereA suspected drunk driver hit a parked car, then smashed into a tree, telling police he was just parking there.
Bridgeville Police Throw Surprise Party For 11-Year-Old Who Loves Law EnforcementThe Bridgeville Police made an 11-year-old police fan very happy after surprising him with a mini-party at their department.
Governor Wolf Honors PennDOT District 11 Team Members For Work Reopening Route 30Governor Wolf honored ten members of the Bridgeville-based District 11 PennDOT staff that helped reopen Route 30 following a landslide.
Police Officer's Post On Social Media Turns Into Generous Donation For Community KidsA simple Facebook post turned into a generous donation.
Real ID Now Available In Person At Bridgeville Driver License CenterA steady stream of customers entered PennDOT's newest driver license center in Bridgeville on Friday, opening day for the only center in the region where Pennsylvanians can get their Real ID in person.