A family growing more and more concerned for the well-being of a missing Whitehall woman can breathe a little easier tonight.
A defense attorney says a University of Pittsburgh medical researcher plans to waive extradition on charges of having fatally poisoned his neurologist wife with cyanide.
A gunman holding hostages inside a South Florida apartment complex killed six people before being shot to death by a SWAT team that stormed the building early Saturday following an hours-long standoff, police said.
Pittsburgh Marine Doug Vitale, stationed in Afghanistan, lost both legs and suffered a traumatic brain injury in an IED explosion.
Shortly after Dr. Autumn Klein died, investigators knew it was due to cyanide poisoning. The question is, why.
Police are working to extradite University of Pittsburgh researcher Robert Ferrante from West Virginia, where he was arrested.
Detectives searched his house and his laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh, and now after months of speculation, Dr. Robert Ferrante – a University of Pittsburgh professor of neurological surgery – has been charged with poisoning his wife, Dr. Autumn Klein.
One day after President Obama spoke out on the George Zimmerman verdict, protestors returned to the Federal Building in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The George Zimmerman case has raised lots of questions about so-called “stand your ground” laws.
The third suspect accused of attacking a Steeler on the South Side will arrive in Pittsburgh today, after he was found hiding out in Florida earlier this month.
Jerrell Whitlock is now in a Florida jail after he was arrested at a motel in Gainesville Friday.
Police have arrested the third suspect accused in the stabbing of Steeler Mike Adams.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There’s new information in the case of three men charged in the stabbing of Steeler Mike Adams. Lawyers for two of the suspects were in court Wednesday while investigators search hundreds of […]
There are new details in the investigation into the stabbing and attempted carjacking of Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Adams.
A growing number of people across the country, including here in Pennsylvania, are joining a lawsuit that involves a natural gas conduit that you could have in your home.