The woman accused of crashing her car, killing an elderly man in Stowe Township, appeared in court Friday.
Federal officials are now looking into the fatal Legionnaire’s Disease outbreak at the Pittsburgh VA.
A Hopewell High School science teacher has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly exchanging inappropriate text messages with a female student.
Two men accused of shooting and killing a pregnant woman will be in court Thursday afternoon.
A busload of more than 40 prison employees and their families are in Harrisburg today for a hearing regarding the closing of SCI Greensburg.
A Lawrence County man charged in connection with the death of his 6-week-old son has now been ordered to stand trial. The baby’s mother was also in the courtroom on Thursday as prosecutors made their case.
A former gym teacher, accused of using drugs in a Beaver County school, is waiting for his day in court.
A South Mahoning Township man pleaded guilty to killing his wife and two daughters today.
A number of protesters confronted senior officials of UPMC Wednesday evening at a public hearing on UPMC’s tax-exempt status.
Allegheny City Council members Heather Heidelbaugh and John DeFazio speak with KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek regarding the UPMC hearing that will take place tonight at 5 p.m.
A father from Vandergrift is headed to trial, accused in connection with his young daughter’s death.
For the second time in as many weeks, Shawn Nelson drove the 270 miles from Boone County, W. Va. to Pittsburgh with his now 5-month-old son Eli in his arms, hoping to hear a legal decision involving his wife Rachel, only to go back home with no such result.
Shawn Nelson says there’s only one thing he wants for Thanksgiving, “and I’ve got it right here.” He traveled to Pittsburgh from Boone County, W. Va., holding his baby – who was the subject of a criminal prosecution of his wife Rachel Nelson.
Appearing in a wheelchair, a man injured during a shootout with a Pittsburgh police officer was in court on Tuesday for a hearing.
A local couple, accused in the alleged abuse of their adopted children, is now facing new charges. Despite the accusations, the couple’s attorneys say the charges make no sense.