Testimony Continues In Trial Of Teen Accused Of Shooting Pregnant GirlTestimony continued Thursday in the trial of a teenager accused of shooting a pregnant girl, killing her unborn baby.
Bishop Zubik Hoping To Give Parishioners More Of A Say In Future Of ChurchesParishioners in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh can expect more mergers and even more closures, but according to Bishop David Zubik, congregations will have more of a say.
Woman To Stand Trial For Alleged False Claim Of Toy Theft At Community CenterA woman accused of lying about toys that disappeared from a local community center over Christmas will stand trial.
Harrassment Charges Thrown Out In Humane Society CaseCharges have been thrown out for people accused of harassing a former humane worker who bought a purebred dog.
Judge To Rule Thursday In Trial Of 2 Transit WorkersA judge will rule Thursday in the trial of two transit workers involved in a major crash that sent one bus tumbling over a hill.
Man, Woman Killed In Etna Shooting, Suspect In CustodyTwo people were shot and killed in Etna this morning and a suspect is in custody thanks to a quick-acting neighbor.
Former Port Authority Driver Involved In Bus Crash TestifiesA former Port Authority bus driver took the stand Thursday, two years after being involved in a major crash that sent her bus tumbling over a hill.
Sto-Rox School District Administrators Review Security Plan As Police Seek GunmanClasses were cancelled Wednesday in the Sto-Rox School District, one day after a student was shot outside the school during dismissal time.
Inspector: No Mechanical Issues In Parkway North Port Authority Bus CrashThe non-jury trial of two former Port Authority bus drivers continued Tuesday morning.
Former Bus Drivers Charged In Parkway North Crash Face JudgeTwo former Port Authority bus drivers are on trial for the crash that sent one bus tumbling over a hillside.
Four-Alarm Fire Destroys 2 Homes, Damages 3 Others In WilkinsburgFirefighters had their hands full with a four-alarm fire in Wilkinsburg early Wednesday morning.
Local Lawmakers Call For Shakeup At Agency That Monitors City FinancesPennsylvania State Senators Jay Costa and Wayne Fontana have become the latest lawmakers to call for a shakeup at the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, which oversees the City of Pittsburgh’s finances.