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A Fayette County judge denied the appeal of a Uniontown man convicted of third-degree murder in the death of his 23-month-old daughter.
A South Park man who was shot by a Monongahela police officer was ordered Thursday to face trial for threatening a police officer who was guarding him in a Pittsburgh hospital.
The site of a former airport in South Fayette Township could soon be transformed into a testing ground for autonomous vehicles.
The body of an 18-year-old man was found by dive teams following a suspected drowning accident near the Layton Bridge in Perry Township Monday evening, officials said.
In 2005, Kathy McCully Cameron started a Gay Straight Alliance to provide services and support for gay, lesbian and transgender youth in Washington County.
With reports of mass shootings becoming all too frequent, local law enforcement officials gathered at California University of Pennsylvania this week to learn how to best coordinate a response if the worst comes to pass.
An agreement signed on Wednesday that will prevent a Rostraver Township landfill that accepts drill cuttings and other fracking waste from piping contaminated water to the Belle Vernon Municipal Authority for the next year.
The former treasurer of Brownsville Area Ambulance Service Inc. has been charged with stealing $136,140 from its checking accounts for personal use and to fund his flower shop.
Beset by three resignations in late July, Marianna borough officials appointed two replacements this week.
Adding a security detail to the newly purchased Caldwell Building will result in the closure of one of two entrances to the Washington County Courthouse.
Washington’s infamous eyesore, the collapsed building at 15 N. Main St., will soon be torn down, now that the lot has a new owner.
What was supposed to be a seamless drug deal, turned into an armed robbery about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Washington.
Whether the U.S. Supreme Court will consider Clemons' case is yet to be seen, but both the defense and prosecution have filed legal briefs.
After more than three hours of negotiations Monday afternoon, District Attorney Gene Vittone and the Washington County commissioners hammered out an agreement on security for the building that will house Vittone’s staff.
Several inmates at the State Correctional Institution at Greene, as well as some of their relatives outside of the prison, are facing charges for a scheme to sell drugs to other inmates.
With mass shootings occurring with more frequency over the last several years, a local school district is taking steps to ensure it is prepared if a shooting occurs at one of its schools.
Uniontown is still regrouping after flash flooding devastated parts of the city and South Union Township on the evening of Sunday, July 21, with rainfall amounts easily exceeding four inches in the most unlucky areas.
Brownsville Area School District Board of Directors voted Wednesday at its monthly meeting to extend contracts for Superintendent Dr. Keith Hartbauer and Business Manager William Boucher.
As muggles, they may not have gotten acceptance letters from Hogwarts this year, but for Jefferson-Morgan seventh-graders, a new Harry Potter themed coding class is the next best thing.
Following in the footsteps of a student-led revitalization, the Perennial Project is a new effort to continue the beautification of Brownsville.
Schoolchildren around the area are getting ready to go back to the classroom, some of them for the first time. Keelan Mellars of Washington attended kindergarten orientation with his mom, Shanta Key, at Washington Park Elementary Thursday to meet his teacher, tour the school and take a bus ride.
Washington County hopes a 4.8-acre piece of airport property will eventually become the site of four hangars, but site preparation must be done first.
Washington School District plans to implement a new initiative this school year to support students emotionally and socially.