The Allegheny County District Attorney has ruled the shooting death of a suspect after a chase that reached 100 MPH last April was justified.
One local tubular steel plant is shutting down, and another is halting production.
A Russian computer hacker is accused of leading a worldwide conspiracy that targeted hundreds of thousands of computers with malware that enabled his group to steal more than $100 million from business and other bank accounts.
Two congressmen are criticizing the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System for keeping nearly 700 veterans on a list for medical care, some for more than a year.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI were set to announce dozens of arrests in what they’re calling a series of “overlapping and interrelated heroin distribution networks” in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Allegheny County District Attorney Steve Zappala says investigators are making progress in the case of a pregnant teenager who survived a shooting but lost her unborn baby.
An unemployed immigration attorney lost an appeal Tuesday of his conviction and death sentence for shooting to death five people during a 2000 attack that targeted ethnic minorities in western Pennsylvania.
A community group called ANEW rallied at the Beaver County Courthouse on behalf of Eileen Battisti, who claims her home was sold by the county for $6.30 in back taxes.
A glass maker is temporarily shutting down all of its U.S. plants, including the plant in Monaca.
In March, the city of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood was plagued with a series of burglaries.
The verdict is back in the case against an Army veteran accused of shooting and killing a man following a road rage incident in Washington County.
The prosecution has rested its case against an Army veteran accused of shooting and killing a man following a road rage incident in Washington County.
Testimony has begun in the homicide trial of Army veteran Brandon Thomas in Washington County after an alleged road rage incident.
A western Pennsylvania woman has sued the local parking authority, saying that its new electronic parking meters are too tall for her to reach from a wheelchair.
The Allegheny County Health Department board has approved plans to move forward requesting public comment on plans to implement a restaurant grading system and a pilot program by summer.