A former University of Pittsburgh researcher was sentenced for the death of his wife today.
A personal care worker accused of punching an 83-year-old woman will stand trial.
A former University of Pittsburgh researcher awaiting sentencing in the poisoning death of his neurologist wife is asking a judge to lift an order barring his adult children from a previous marriage from having contact with his young daughter.
A teenager accused of fatally shooting a man in Hazelwood four years ago is going to trial.
The Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office plans to eventually file motions to remove two constables from their jobs.
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.
A home in Bellevue was converted into two apartments and leased out.
A judge has dismissed involuntary manslaughter charges against a Pennsylvania man whose two toddler daughters died when a dresser crashed down onto them.
A former southwestern Pennsylvania police chief serving more than 11 years behind bars for extorting nearly $8,000 from undercover FBI agents he thought were drug dealers has been re-sentenced.
A Pittsburgh woman has been convicted of stealing her neighbor’s dog and having it euthanized.
The Port Authority has fired the drivers of two buses involved in a crash earlier this year that sent one of the vehicles tumbling off the Parkway North.
The parents of an 11-month-old baby boy charged with endangering the welfare of a child appeared in court Thursday where a video presented at their hearing helped to clear the father.
Pittsburgh’s City Council president was in court this morning to address claims that he harassed a local business owner and left trash on her property.
A Pennsylvania teen has been granted a new chance to argue there was insufficient evidence to convict him of killing his father’s pregnant fiancée when the boy was 11-years-old.