'He Had A Bad Day,' Relative Says In Attempt To Justify Actions Of Suspect In Mount Pleasant Twp. StandoffA relative comes to the defense of a man who barricaded himself in a camper and then allegedly fired a gun at police.
Man Arrested After Allegedly Firing Pistol Toward State TroopersA man was arrested in Westmoreland County on Sunday afternoon after allegedly firing a pistol in the direction of Pennsylvania State Troopers.
Teen Found Safe After Being Reported Missing In Westmoreland Co.A missing boy from Mount Pleasant Township has been found safe.
NWS Confirms 2 EF0 Tornadoes Touched Down In Westmoreland CountyThe National Weather Service has confirmed that two EF0 tornadoes touched down in Westmoreland County during Wednesday's severe storms.
2 Hurt In School Bus Crash On Fort Cherry Rd. In Washington CountyTwo people were hospitalized after an accident forced a school bus off the road in Washington County.
Little 'Superheroes' Far Exceed Fundraising Goal For Leukemia & Lymphoma SocietyCancer and finance are two topics that a lot of elementary schools probably don't offer in their curriculum.
State Police Investigating Mt. Pleasant Twp. Attempted Child LuringPennsylvania State Police are investigating an attempted child luring in Westmoreland County.
Mount Pleasant Crash Closes Route 31, Leaves 2 InjuredA Westmoreland County crash left two people injured Tuesday morning.
Another Gas Drilling Site Near Ft. Cherry Schools Approved Despite Protests From ParentsDespite the pleas from a parent group concerned about air and water quality, the Mount Pleasant Township Board of Supervisors has approved a conditional use permit for Range Resources.
DA: Death Penalty Not Sought In Slaying At Backyard PicnicProsecutors say they won't be seeking the death penalty if a man is convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of his cousin at a backyard picnic in western Pennsylvania.
Deer Poaching Suspect Gets 50-Year Hunting License SuspensionAlleged members of a poaching ring, who the state Game Commission says is responsible for illegally harvesting nearly a dozen deer in the area, were in court Wednesday.