A man accused of drowning his wife entered a plea right before the trial was to begin Tuesday.
A traveling medical technician was sentenced Monday to 39 years in prison for stealing painkillers and infecting dozens of patients in four states with hepatitis C through tainted syringes.
The first settlement has been reached in the Penn State Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The civil lawsuit filed by the parents of Maddox Derkosh against the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium will move forward, minus some photographs after a motions hearing Tuesday.
A judge is about to make a decision about which charges, if any, will be held for trial in a Pennsylvania Turnpike corruption case.
We should know by tomorrow who among the former leadership of the Turnpike Commission charged in this scandal will go to trial, and who, if any, will not.
The district judge presiding over a prescription drug case that closed a local personal care home threatened to throw the case out unless crime lab results are in by next month.
A state welfare worker is facing charges after allegedly offering benefits in exchange for sex.
Testimony continued Friday in the case of a teen accused of killing another teen and setting her house on fire.
The prosecution in the case of Jordan Brown, who was 11 years old when he was charged with killing his father’s fiancé, has filed an emergency motion to have an appeals court review the latest ruling that overturned his verdict.
Charges against a man accused of making threats at a local nursing home have been dropped.
A jury is set to hear legal instructions from a judge before they begin deliberating the fate of a fired Pittsburgh state prison guard charged with physically and sexually abusing inmates because they were gay or convicted child molesters.
A key witness was in court Friday testifying after a jury decided the drowning death of a woman 20 years ago was not an accident.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined by Al Lindsay, attorney at Lindsay Law Firm and a former state and federal prosecutor, on Tuesday afternoon.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Gwen Fitzgerald, Managing Director of Amnesty International, about the Troy Davis case in Georgia. They discuss the reasons why the death sentence handed down by the state should be stopped.