Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office
Allegheny County Medical Examiner Dr. Karl Williams says the stamp bags associated with the recent overdose deaths marked ‘Theraflu’ and ‘Bud Ice’ contain a mixture of both heroin and Fentanyl.
The trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex has resulted in a mistrial.
The jury will continue deliberations Wednesday in the trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex.
Allegheny County Sheriff’s vans brought jurors to the Mon View Heights housing complex in West Mifflin Thursday morning.
District Judge James A. Motznik is calling for an investigation into the recent shooting at Brashear High School.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – A local Roman Catholic priest removed from public ministry in 2009 after an allegation of past child sex abuse later deemed “credible” by his bishop has pleaded guilty to a federal charge […]
Robert Ferrante, a University of Pittsburgh researcher, won’t be facing the death penalty when he goes on trial in connection with the murder of his wife, 41-year-old Dr. Autumn Klein.
An armed security guard accused of shooting a robbery suspect in Homewood earlier this month was in court for a preliminary hearing today.
Pittsburgh Police have charged 53-year-old John Carter of Verona with aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.
An Oakland Pizza shop owner charged with dealing drugs out of the shop was in court today, but his case was transferred to another jurisdiction.
The day after a pizza shop owner was arrested on drug charges, the district attorney said he is working to shut the business down.
Security changes are in the works at the landmark Original Hot Dog Shop in Pittsburgh’s Oakland section after a man was shot and killed near the restaurant earlier this month.
The Original Hot Dog Shop in Oakland has agreed to make changes following a fatal shooting outside the landmark restaurant early Saturday morning.
Mary Mechelli, 54, of McKeesport, was released from custody Friday night after a court appearance in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Teacher Dennis Henderson was relieved to hear the news the charges against him, in a case that generated widespread community attention, have been withdrawn for now.