Water Main Break Causes Traffic Problems DowntownA water main break caused some traffic problems for hockey fans on their way to CONSOL Energy Center Wednesday evening.
Court Paperwork Indicates Police Have 2nd Suspect In Wilkinsburg ShootingInvestigators may have a second suspect in connection with the Wilkinsburg mass shooting in March that killed five adults and an unborn baby, according to court paperwork filed to have an upcoming hearing moved.
Dozens Work On Ceramic Tile Quilt To Raise Domestic Violence AwarenessDozens of people gathered in the Strip District to paint messages on small ceramic tiles to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Judges Begin Coat Drive For DefendantsJudges are working to help defendants with some new threads for this cold season.
Steelers Fans Celebrate Playoffs At Downtown RallyThe City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County celebrated the Steelers' return to the playoffs Friday with a rally downtown.
Gun Sales Soar Ahead Of Obama's Plan To Curb ViolenceThere has been a significant increase in sales and that trend is expected to continue with President Barack Obama announcing a series of executive steps aimed at curbing gun violence.
County To Charge For Renting Courthouse For WeddingsAllegheny County will begin charging a fee to rent areas of the historic courthouse for weddings and other gatherings.
Woman Accused Of Bringing Loaded Gun, Brass Knuckles To Allegheny Co. CourthouseA North Braddock woman is facing charges, accused of bringing a loaded gun and brass knuckles to the Allegheny County Courthouse.
25th Anniversary Of Americans With Disabilities Act Celebrated DowntownThe 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act was celebrated at the Allegheny County Courthouse courtyard Monday.
Former Munhall Manager Skips Out On Trial, Bench Warrant IssuedA bench warrant has been issued for the former borough manager of Munhall who is accused of embezzling thousands of dollars.
City Worker Jailed After Bizarre Incident At Courthouse, Stashing Gun In ToiletA Carnegie man who works for the Pittsburgh Public Works Department is in custody after a dramatic series of events that began Tuesday at the Allegheny County Courthouse and ended with a gun stashed in a toilet at a downtown fast food restaurant.
Allegheny County Courthouse In Need Of Long Overdue, But Expensive RestorationIt's a national historic landmark and the crowning achievement of famed architect Henry Hobson Richardson who died before its dedication in 1888.