Judge Dismisses Domestic Violence Charges Against Ray RiceA judge on Thursday dismissed domestic violence charges against Ray Rice, who was captured by a surveillance camera knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in a hotel elevator last year.
Chartiers Valley Teen Headed To Quantico For Leadership ProgramThe Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia, is a well-known training ground for Marines, but that's not all.
Camp Cadet Offers Kids The Chance To Learn About Law EnforcementWhat does it take to be a law enforcement officer? How hard is it to get through the police academy?
6-Month Investigation Leads To Biker Gang Members' ArrestsA six-month investigation came to a head Monday, with arrests across Allegheny County.
Local Officials Honor Officers On National Law Enforcement Appreciation DayAbout 100 people gathered for “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” in Butler County.
Local Police Officers Honored, Including Fallen K-9 RoccoIt's not easy being a police officer -- often under siege by the bad guys and then sometimes criticized by those who second-guess their actions.
AP Source: Rice Video Was Addressed To NFL Security ChiefThe video of Ray Rice punching his fiancée inside a casino elevator was sent to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April, a law enforcement official says.
"Cops And Kids" Gives Children Up-Close View Of Law Enforcement A fire truck rolls into a parking lot on the CCAC Allegheny campus, to join police officers and North Side youngsters in a summer camp called "Cops and Kids."
State Police Youth WeekApplicants are needed for State Police Youth Week.
Law Enforcement Officials Receive Deserved RecognitionThis morning in Oakland, law enforcement officers from all around southwestern Pennsylvania, including local, state, and federal were recognized.
CMU Facial Recognition Technology Could Be Future For Catching CriminalsMuch like fingerprints, our faces are unique – no two exactly alike.
New Alert System Aims To Help Protect Students From Gun ViolenceSchool districts across the country are being forced to find new ways to protect students.