Former Police Recruit Accused Of Sexting With Underage Girls Going To TrialSome of the charges filed against a former Pittsburgh Police recruit, accused of using social media apps to try to engage underage girls, were dropped Wednesday in court.
Pennsylvania AG's Office: Fraudulent License Plate Ring BustedPennsylvania's attorney general's office is charging a dozen people as part of an organized crime ring that it says made millions of dollars renting out fraudulently obtained license plates, primarily in New York City.
Pa. Attorney General Warns Against Tax Season ScamsWith tax day just a couple weeks away, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro says scam artists are on the increase in Pennsylvania.
VW To Pay More Than $157M To Settle Emissions Claims By 10 StatesVolkswagen is paying more than $157 million to 10 states to settle environmental lawsuits over the company's diesel emissions-cheating scandal.
16 Attorneys General Say Federal Court Should Block Trump's Travel BanAttorneys general from 15 states and the District of Columbia are urging a federal appeals court to uphold a lower court judge's stay on President Donald Trump's immigration order.
Shapiro Sworn In As New Pa. Attorney GeneralFormer Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro took the oath of office as Pennsylvania’s next attorney general on Tuesday.
Bill For Pa. Email Probe Hits $1.8 MillionThe final price tag for a probe of inappropriate emails exchanged by Pennsylvania government employees will reach almost $2 million.
Police: Charges Pending Against Suspect After SWAT Situation In HomewoodA suspect is in police custody and facing charges following a SWAT situation Tuesday night in the city’s Homewood section.
Former City Police Recruit Charged With Sexually Assaulting 2 Teen GirlsA former Pittsburgh Police recruit is facing charges for allegedly sexually assaulting two girls.
Allegheny Co. Man Accused Of Making $2 Mil In Retail Theft SchemeAuthorities say an Allegheny County man made more than $2 million by running a theft ring and selling stolen items online.
Penn Hills School District: AG Probing Online Posts Of Student PicsA Pittsburgh-area school district says the state attorney general is investigating online posts of "inappropriate photos and comments about female students."
AG's Office Taking Legal Action Against 8 Pa. Contractors If you have a problem with home contractors, you're not alone.