Charges were dropped against the former boys’ basketball coach at Gateway High School Tuesday morning.
Two brothers who operate a downtown Pittsburgh convenience store face sentencing for food stamp fraud before a federal judge.
Several students in Penn Township are facing summary charges for allegedly sending lewd photos to other students using their cell phones.
A Fayette County man is facing charges after allegedly exposing himself repeatedly at a school bus stop.
A couple faces charges for the abuse of a two year old girl in Blawnox.
The preliminary hearing of a man accused of molesting children at a Butler County daycare was postponed Tuesday afternoon.
The man accused of pouring vodka on his wife then lighting it on fire and ultimately killing her is in court today.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is stopping a prosecutor from taking action on a grand jury recommendation that the attorney general be charged criminally in an investigation into allegations her office leaked secret investigative material.
The former Shenango Township treasurer, who lost his job over hundreds of theft and forgery allegations, is going to trial.
A grand jury says there are reasonable grounds to charge Pennsylvania’s attorney general with perjury, false swearing, official oppression and obstruction after an investigation into leaks of secret grand jury material.
It has been exactly three months since a fire killed six people, including four children in McKeesport.
A Waynesburg man is facing assault and child abuse charges after a baby was admitted to the hospital with injuries that state police say are consistent with “shaken baby” syndrome.
Allegheny County Police say they have filed charges against a McKeesport man in connection with an October fire that claimed the lives of six people, including four children.
The Coraopolis police chief was expected to turn himself in today on charges stemming from an August car accident in Moon Township that left a woman injured.
The fired treasurer of Shenango Township has been charged with stealing nearly $800,000 from taxpayers during his 14 years in office.