A teenager charged with allegedly driving under the influence in a crash that left a man paralyzed is going to trial, but one of the charges she originally faced is now off the table.
A report has been made public about why the borough of Brentwood was at odds with its former police chief.
Intense wind is wreaking havoc throughout the Pittsburgh region.
Police were in Clairton where a half-dozen people were shot overnight.
A group of people accused of assaulting a local pastor were scheduled to be in court this morning for a preliminary hearing.
A Millvale Police officer charged with violating a suspect’s civil rights by repeatedly zapping him with a stun gun, even after he was handcuffed has been found guilty.
Police are investigating the death of a female employee at Magee Women’s Research Institute.
The family of Dr. Autumn Klein has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against her husband, Dr. Robert Ferrante.
A lot of signs point to the prospect of a new plant in Beaver County that could bring hundreds of jobs. But there’s still no final commitment for that plant. The company had another informational meeting for the public today.
The drivers of two Port Authority buses that collided on the Parkway North in September have been charged.
Veterans Day is a time to pay respect to those who have served our country, both in the past and presently.
Mayor Bill Peduto delivered his State of the City address Monday morning and released details about next year’s budget and new ways to help keep Pittsburghers safe.
Several jurors are opening up about the experience after handing down a first-degree murder conviction to the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide.
After hours of deliberations, the jury has found Dr. Robert Ferrante, the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning and killing his wife with cyanide, guilty of first-degree murder.
The four-woman, eight-man jury in the Robert Ferrante trial has been sequestered for the night following the first day of deliberations, which lasted about six hours.