A man, who was accused of shooting another man at a bar last year, was acquitted Tuesday morning.
Attorney Blaine Jones met with a new client Friday. Allen Wade is the man charged in connection with the shooting deaths of sisters, Sarah and Susan Wolfe, last month in their East Liberty home.
A local teacher, accused of sexually assaulting two teenage students, has pleaded guilty.
A local woman accused of concealing the death of their newborn baby was found not guilty during a non-jury trial Thursday.
Breona Moore, the woman charged with kidnapping a 3-day-old baby from Magee-Womens Hospital last year, and claiming the child as her own, was finally in court today for her preliminary hearing.
A hearing for a Pittsburgh Public School teacher has been delayed until next month.
The man who allegedly held a local businessman at knife point was in court on Wednesday.
For the first time, we’re hearing from the mother of the suspect in a downtown hostage standoff. Klein Michael Thaxton surrendered after holding a man hostage on the16th floor of Three Gateway Center for more than five hours.
A local couple accused of concealing the death of their newborn baby appeared in court. The most serious charge of abuse of a corpse was dropped.
Deago Eddings, accompanied by his mother and his defense attorney Blaine Jones, turned himself in to Pennsylvania State Police at the Moon Township barracks at 12:50 p.m. Tuesday.
Ross Township Police have identified a suspect in two rapes that happened earlier this month. They say 38-year-old Arthur Henderson often stayed with his girlfriend at the Cascades Apartments where one of the rapes occurred.
A local mother lost her two young boys in a fire. Then, shortly after their deaths she was charged in connection with their deaths. For the first time since all of that happened, she is telling her side of the story.
A woman who is facing charges after her two sons died in a fire in June, was granted bond Monday morning.
A mother of two boys who died in a fire in North Versailles in June will stand trial on homicide and other charges.
During a preliminary hearing, Judge Beth Mills held 40-year-old Jerome Kirsch, Jr., over for trial on charges including indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, child endangerment, criminal solicitation and corruption of minors.