The accused gunman in a shooting downtown this past spring are on trial.
Pittsburgh City Council has given preliminary approval to a pilot project that would install surveillance cameras at certain traffic lights to catch drivers who run red lights.
A war of words between the Allegheny County District Attorney and county administrators over drug enforcement could be coming to an end in a few hours.
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for the public’s help in a case of vandalism that began with spray painting, but became much more serious, causing two adults and tow juveniles to flee to safety over the weekend.
State police were searching for a man after a western Pennsylvania woman was shot at her home, while four children were also present.
The straggling lines of snow squalls continued throughout the day, painting the landscape white and adding to the six to nine inches of snow that settled on the areas north of Pittsburgh like a wet down comforter and encasing cars.
On Interstate 79 south near Canonsburg in Washington County, a PennDOT truck paves the way, not because of a massive amount of snow yet, but to keep ahead of what is to come.
More indictments were announced in connection with the investigation into the rape of a 16-year-old girl by two high school football players in Ohio last year.
Former Bridgewater councilman Gregory Scott Hopkins has been found guilty of third-degree murder in the 1979 strangling death of 23-year-old Catherine Walsh.
Earlier this year, union workers and residents worried about the future of Friendship Ridge nursing home in Beaver County.
At today’s Butler County Commissioners meeting there was more passion about plans to sell Sunnyview Nursing and Rehabilitation Home.
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.
A judge has delivered a guilty verdict in the murder trial for a former armored truck guard accused of killing his co-worker and stealing millions of dollars.
The murder trial for a former armored truck guard accused of killing his co-worker and stealing millions of dollars resumed on Monday.
The house arrest sentence for former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin has been dropped, but could mean she’ll see jail time.