The Pennsylvania State Police Fire Marshal is investigating after several empty homes and a building that used to house a business recently went up in flames in Lawrence County.
A former volunteer firefighter from Lawrence County has been arrested, accused of setting a fire at a vacant home and then coming back to the scene to help put it out.
Police arrested a man after a string of fire in Oakland back in April.
One person has been arrested in connection with an arson at a Westmoreland County apartment building Wednesday morning.
Police say they have charged a 10-year-old child in a fire that caused thousands of dollars in damage to her home in Lincoln Place.
Police have arrested a 19 year old man for arson, in connection with two fires earlier this month in the Harrison Township area.
Police say a Jeannette fire back in January was intentionally set and they’re still trying to determine the cause of a second fire.
An appeals court has upheld a western Pennsylvania judge’s decision to grant a new trial to a man in the deaths of three Pittsburgh firefighters two decades ago.
A man charged in connection with an October 2014 fire that left six people dead in McKeesport appeared in court Friday morning.
Prosecutors in western Pennsylvania say they plan to seek the death penalty against a man accused of having set a fire that killed his estranged wife.
An early morning fire in Homestead last month led to more than $2 million in damage. On Tuesday, the city met with the victims to discuss the services available to help them get back on their feet.
Smoke billowed through the roof of Waltmire Pharmacy in Spring Garden in the early morning hours of July 8. All appeared lost.
A mental health hearing was scheduled to take place Thursday morning for a man accused of arson.
A week before his apartment house went up in flames –arson suspect Edward McDonald called 911 asking for help.
New details are emerging about an arson suspect, one day after his arrest following a fire that destroyed nearly an entire city block in Homestead.