State Police Locate Missing Endangered Woman And 3-Week-Old BabyState Police have located a missing endangered woman and a 3-week-old baby girl.
80-Year-Old Man Dies In Greene County Residence FireOne person is dead following a fatal house fire in Greene County.
Police Take Dump Truck Driver Into Custody, Facing 3rd-Degree Murder Charges In Fayette Co. Fatal CrashThe driver of a tri-axle truck is now facing third-degree murder charges in connection with an accident in Fayette County that left three people dead, including a young boy.
Man Facing Homicide Charges In Baby's Death ApprehendedState Police in Westmoreland County have filed charges against a man in the death of an 11-month-old child in East Huntingdon Township.
Woman Arrested On Outstanding Warrant, Tries To Sneak Marijuana Into County JailA woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant and according to police, attempted to sneak marijuana into the county jail.
Man Shot, Killed In Standoff With State TroopersState police in eastern Pennsylvania say troopers answering a call about a man who said he intended to kill himself shot and killed the man after he fired at them.
Animals Seized During Raid Of Dilapidated Home, Dog Found Dead In CageState police and humane officials raided a home in Fayette County, seizing several dogs and other malnourished animals from the property.
Authorities ID Body Pulled From Allegheny River As Missing Armstrong County ManA body pulled earlier this year from the Allegheny River has now been positively identified as a missing man from Armstrong County.
Police: More Than $55,000 In Lawn Mowers Stolen From Butler StoreThe State Police report that over $55,000 worth of lawn mowers were stolen from a Butler store, and they're asking the public for help.
Robert Evanchick Confirmed As State Police CommissionerThe Pennsylvania State Senate has confirmed acting state police commissioner Robert Evanchick to permanent status.
Local Law Enforcement Participate In Torch Run For Special Olympics Summer GamesMembers of local law enforcement were out pounding the pavement today, but they were not fighting crime.