First there’s the St. Patrick’s Day parade through the streets of downtown.
A former Pittsburgh Police officer found himself on the other side of the law this morning.
A woman in Beaver County is facing charges after being arrested for driving her children to school while being under the influence of prescription medications.
Charges were filed against a man accused in a fatal crash one year ago.
Just in time for Super Bowl weekend, some people volunteered to get drunk, so police officers could have a better idea of what to look for when they’re identifying drunk drivers.
The man accused of causing a fatal crash on Route 51 last month is now heading to trial.
After eight emotional victim impact statements from the victim’s family, former Pittsburgh Police officer Adam Lewis was sentenced to one to two years followed by six months of house arrest plus three years of probation in the death of Jessica Lojak.
A northwestern Pennsylvania couple has been charged with drunken driving after police say the man’s wife arrived drunk at the police barracks to pick up her husband following his arrest earlier New Year’s Day.
Peters Township police say they arrested a mother for driving drunk with her two children in the backseat.
Pittsburgh Police are filing DUI charges against an officer after they say he allegedly came to work intoxicated Friday night.
Todd Twiss, 38, of Morningside was charged with DUI and reckless driving by Pittsburgh Police Tuesday night.
Some students in the Penn Hills School District had an eye-opening experience today. They were behind the wheel swerving, not able to brake and causing crash after crash in a controlled setting.
It was a Friday, Nov. 1, around 11:30 a.m. on Scaife Road in Sewickley Heights.
Police say it’s lucky no one was hurt overnight when a man took off from a traffic stop and caused several crashes.
Police are trained to spot drunk drivers, but with drugged drivers they don’t always know the signs.