The next-door neighbor accused of robbing and fatally shooting two sisters in their East Liberty home earlier this year has been ordered to stand trial.
An outside firm will help police analyze the forensic evidence that led to the arrest of the neighbor of tow sisters murdered in East Liberty.
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.
Which is worse for your DNA – being sleep-deprived or shifting your sleep?
A former western Pennsylvania borough councilman has taken the stand in his own defense to deny that he killed his former girlfriend more than three decades ago.
Gregory Hopkins was a councilman in Bridgewater, but today he’s the defendant in a murder trial. It’s a case that goes back 34 years in Beaver County.
Every day citizens are arrested and booked on suspicion of committing a crime — and their fingerprints are taken with or without their consent.
Is your kid’s sleep influenced more by their DNA or their surroundings?
He’s not your typical Sherlock Holmes, but this CMU professor is in demand by police around the world.
The rape trial of two high school students in Steubenville, Ohio, has captured the attention of the nation.
An international advocacy group is warning customers, after they found seafood products mislabeled, including some in Pittsburgh.
Five years ago, a convenience store clerk was held up at gunpoint by two men on Route 40 in Redstone Township, Fayette County. When she refused to give them money, the gunman fired a couple of rounds over her head and ran.
The world of crime scene analysis is constantly advancing and now it has taken a giant step forward. Computer technology is now solving murder cases worldwide and it was developed and is being employed in Pittsburgh.
Federal grants have allowed the forensic scientists at the county’s new crime lab to analyze and process the evidence under the watchful eyes of the current Allegheny County Medical Examiner Dr. Karl Williams.
U.S. Navy SEALs seized a number of items during the 45-minute raid of Osama bin Laden’s compound which could be a big help to U.S. intelligence.