New technology aims to spot and follow gunfire – and it could be coming to some areas in Pittsburgh.
There will be more attention on security at Pittsburgh’s upcoming marathon after the tragedy in Boston. But, who will pay for all that extra security?
The biological daughter of a couple charged in the alleged abuse of their adoptive children was set to testify in court this morning as a prosecution witness, but the testimony didn’t happen.
Sen. Bob Casey says the findings of a federal investigation into an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the Pittsburgh VA are an important step toward preventing future occurrences.
Clinton Cohen was ordered to stand trial on charges including criminal attempted homicide, aggravated assault and arson.
In wake of the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, Pittsburgh city officials review surveillance technology throughout the city.
A state deputy attorney general and his wife accused of abusing their adoptive children, will get their biological children back.
Two people were arrested in connection with a shooting in Wilkinsburg that left one woman dead last week.
Pittsburgh City Council gave preliminary approval to a bill that repeals the law that set up a petty cash fund for the use of the mayor, and effectively requires the mayor to access funds like any other city employee.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Michael Huss had his regularly scheduled briefings with his top security chiefs today, but the Boston bombings were uppermost in their minds as Pittsburgh’s own marathon looms next month.
There is a section of the parking lot of the DoubleTree hotel in Monroeville that is blocked off from the rest of the lot.
Police say the incident in which a suspect was shot by police and two officers were injured will undergo review by the critical incident review board.
A plea deal was reached Wednesday for a teenager accused in the shooting death of a man in a crowded McDonald’s parking in Penn Hills.
Former police officer, David J. McClelland has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of an elderly neighbor.
The jury hearing the case of a former police officer accused of conspiring with his family to steal money from an elderly neighbor who was murdered, saw new videotapes of his interrogation by police on Monday.
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