The man accused of causing a fatal crash on Route 51 last month is now heading to trial.
A man will stand trial in connection with a case of child abuse that left his 20-month-old girl dead in November.
A woman’s journey through Pittsburgh’s Municipal Courts Building Thursday became the last steps from the United Kingdom – where she now lives – back to Pittsburgh before she would have to recount a trauma she experienced when she lived in Shadyside in 1992.
The trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex has resulted in a mistrial.
The jury will continue deliberations Wednesday in the trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex.
A man already facing trial in the alleged sexual abuse of three boys has been ordered to stand trial in yet another case, based on testimony of the alleged victim’s older brother at a preliminary hearing in City Court.
A businessman and former friend of Pittsburgh’s ex-police chief has been sentenced to three years probation for bribing a city official to get a $327,000 contract to put radios and computers in city police cars.
As a mother, a local woman is accused of putting her toddler in harm’s way – and as a daughter, her alleged crime is even more disturbing.
There was a bombshell Friday in the case of a doctor accused in the cyanide death of his wife.
Deallo Mitchell, 19, gets around best these days in a wheelchair. He has limited abilities with braces and a walker.
A judge has issued a permanent injunction to shut down what neighbors said was a drug nuisance in the Spring Garden section of Pittsburgh’s North Side neighborhood.
For 85-year-old Margaret Tolbert and her son Jamie, the walk to her bank is a painful one.
An 85-year-old nun took the witness stand today, still recovering from her injuries after authorities say she was attacked, beaten and sexually assaulted earlier this month in Beaver County.
A judge has now ordered the eviction of everyone living in a North Side home that has been ruled a nuisance property because of a history of drug activity.
The man accused of hitting several pedestrians and leading police on a chase on Pittsburgh’s South Side back in October was back in court today where he was held for trial.