Allegheny County Courthouse
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is pledging to veto a measure to post the U.S. motto “In God We Trust” in county council’s chambers.
It’s part of a national effort to honor the motto “In God We Trust” led in Pennsylvania by state Rep. Rick Saccone who rallied folks at the state capitol last November.
The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office was asking for the public’s help to identify a man that left a suspicious box on Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s vehicle Tuesday.
Public hearings on a plan for gas drilling underneath an Allegheny County Park begin today.
A local man is facing charges after being accused of posing as an intern to steal court documents.
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man who allegedly claimed hundreds of dollars that were accidentally left at a metal detector at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Friday.
A man has been charged with threatening a police officer wounded during a home invasion in Clairton. Irving Glaze, 43, confronted paralyzed Clairton police officer James Kuzak Monday on Fifth Avenue in Downtown outside the courthouse.
The courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse was packed Thursday afternoon, with kids playing marbles. They’re playing for the right to compete for scholarships, and a national championship in Wildwood, N.J.
The annual Allegheny County Marbles Tournament begins today at the Allegheny County Courthouse courtyard in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The regular season is over, and the Penguins begin their quest for the Stanley Cup tonight when they host bitter, cross-state rivals the Philadelphia Flyers at CONSOL Energy Center.
Warren Keith, 35, was in court to finalize a plea agreement. He was being escorted out of the courtroom when he jumped on a row of people.
The Pittsburgh Bomb Squad is investigating a suspicious package that was found downtown Friday morning.
After the death penalty verdict was read for Richard Poplawski, more than 100 police officers cheered for the jurors and Judge Jeffrey Manning in the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse.
It was just after 7:30 p.m. Saturday when word spread that the jury in the trial of Richard Poplawski had reached a verdict.
It has been a week of intense emotions at the Allegheny County Courthouse during the trial of Richard Poplawski, who was convicted Saturday in the deaths of three police officers. As the verdict came down, Poplawski’s mother, Margaret, was thrown out of the courtroom.