Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office
Officials with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office are assessing the damage after the building sprung a leak Thursday afternoon.
The man found guilty in a fatal double shooting at the Monview Heights housing complex in 2012 was back in court today for sentencing.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with last month’s shooting in Duquesne that injured a pregnant teenager and killed her unborn baby.
The man accused in a fatal double shooting at the Monview Heights housing complex in 2012 has been found guilty on two counts of first-degree murder.
Allegheny County District Attorney Steve Zappala says investigators are making progress in the case of a pregnant teenager who survived a shooting but lost her unborn baby.
The jury hearing the case against Dr. Robert Ferrante, the Pitt medical researcher accused in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife, will be chose from Dauphin County.
The former police chief in Mount Oliver has been taken into custody and is facing a long list of theft-related charges.
The murders of two sisters in East Liberty earlier this year is now a death penalty case.
A former Catholic priest convicted of possessing child pornography was sentenced to jail in court on Friday.
Former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson and his wife were in court Wednesday afternoon.
A high school student that was found guilty of disorderly conduct for recording his classmates’ verbal abuse appears to be getting help from the district attorney.
Former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson and his wife, Felicia, are now facing multiple charges, accused of making bogus calls to 911.
A former assistant youth hockey coach in Bethel Park accepted a plea deal in court this morning in connection with drug charges.
Long before suspect Allen Wade was arrested and charged with the murders of Susan and Sarah Wolfe, we all knew about surveillance video, DNA and a timeline created by the alarm system at the victims’ home.
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