A robbery suspect, who police say preyed on people at Rivers Casino, has been ordered to stand trial.
There was a bombshell Friday in the case of a doctor accused in the cyanide death of his wife.
An 85-year-old nun took the witness stand today, still recovering from her injuries after authorities say she was attacked, beaten and sexually assaulted earlier this month in Beaver County.
The man accused of hitting several pedestrians and leading police on a chase on Pittsburgh’s South Side back in October was back in court today where he was held for trial.
The attorney of a man charged with stabbing and killing his grandmother raises questions about how the mental health system handled the case.
Police say a western Pennsylvania woman has been caught dirty-handed trying to sneak a “clean” urine sample into a family court drug test – inside a hand sanitizer bottle.
A local rapper, who just signed a big record deal, appeared before a judge Thursday on drug charges, but his attorney says another man is ready to step forward to take the blame.
A man accused in the sexual assault of three teenagers will stand trial. Police say Melvin Amodeo, 25, of Wilmerding, used social media to contact the victims.
There are new details about a man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl on several occasions at several locations.
Problems for Dean Payne and his common-law wife Michole Persinger began inside the house they shared with their six children in Troy Hill.
In separate hearings Thursday, a magistrate in Wheeling, W. Va., said there was enough evidence to hold two men in custody in the beating death of a college student earlier this month.
A Lawrence County man accused in connection with the shooting death of his father over a cell phone bill has been held for trial.
An Indiana County man accused of smothering his 20-month-old stepson appeared in court Tuesday.
After being accused of trying to smother her infant son on 15 occasions including once at Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital, Rachel Nelson pleaded guilty to endangering the welfare of a child and aggravated assault.
For two months, an elected court clerk in the Philadelphia suburbs has been giving something to same-sex couples they have not been able to get anywhere else: a Pennsylvania marriage license.