A teacher’s aide accused of having sex with a student is headed to court.
Lawyers for a black man left paralyzed after he was shot by a white Pittsburgh officer during a traffic stop want a judge to schedule a hearing to determine if Allegheny County prosecutors have been fair in delaying a decision whether to retry the man on some criminal counts.
A Pennsylvania teen has been granted a new chance to argue there was insufficient evidence to convict him of killing his father’s pregnant fiancée when the boy was 11-years-old.
A woman charged in the shooting death of her cousin in Upper Saint Clair pleaded guilty Tuesday morning.
A teenager charged with allegedly driving under the influence in a crash that left a man paralyzed is going to trial, but one of the charges she originally faced is now off the table.
A preliminary hearing was set for six suspended football players from a state-owned university in western Pennsylvania charged with beating and stomping a man outside an off-campus restaurant, then yelling “Football strong!” as they drove away.
A woman charged in the shooting death of her cousin in Upper Saint Clair is now out of jail, released just hours after she waived a preliminary hearing.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A woman accused in the shooting death of her cousin in Upper Saint Clair earlier this month is being released from jail after a show of family support. A judge approved electronic […]
A man accused of setting a local business on fire is going to trial.
Corey Ford, a California University of Pennsylvania football player, had a bond hearing Friday afternoon in connection with the assault of a West Chester man.
A young man who pleaded guilty to attacking, beating and sexually assaulting a Beaver County nun last year is expected to be sentenced Wednesday.
A Washington County man accused of trying to kidnap children playing in their yard was ordered to stand trial during a hearing Wednesday.
A woman accused of hitting an 8-year-old girl with her pick-up truck is going to trial.
A judge has reversed his own ruling and ordered a teenage boy awaiting trial in a Pennsylvania high school stabbing rampage to remain in a juvenile detention center and receive mental health treatment there.
A psychiatric hospital has cited security concerns in its decision to refuse treatment to a teenager awaiting trial on charges he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at his high school.