Police say an argument over whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is a better basketball player ended in a Pennsylvania man’s arrest on aggravated assault and other charges.
A vehicle crashed over a hillside Friday night in Fox Chapel.
A man who was injured during a shootout that left two other people dead in Sheraden last year has been charged with homicide.
A Florida trucker is jailed in western Pennsylvania because he can’t pay $10,000 collateral on a $17,386 fine for driving a 40-ton truck hauling gas drilling pipe on a road with a 10-ton limit.
It’s been more than a year since the tragic accident that led to a woman being hit by a tractor trailer in Westmoreland County, and still police and family members are trying to figure out who was behind the wheel of that big rig.
A former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate and community activist who has blamed his many legal troubles on racism and police persecution has been jailed again on charges that he and his wife conspired to make false 911 calls from their home.
Police have a suspect in custody in a string of catalytic convertor thefts across the North Hills.
The person of interest police named in the murder of a missing Lawrenceville man whose body was found last month in the Ohio River in West Virginia is now officially charged with his murder.
A 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.
One of the men acquitted last year in the assault of Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Mike Adams was arrested in Beaver County Thursday evening.
A former CMU student accused of taking pictures of students in the shower waived his right to a preliminary hearing and is headed for trial.
A Pittsburgh couple was arrested by police Tuesday after neighbors complained that their pit bull puppy appeared to be mistreated.
After two more fights on the South Side this weekend, some residents said they’ve had enough. They’re tired of their cars being vandalized.
A western Pennsylvania man has paid a $500 fine to avoid being jailed for missing jury duty 11 times in the last two years.
Pittsburgh Police made four arrests early this morning after two separate incidents on Carson Street, on the city’s South Side.