A federal judge has approved the withdrawal of a proposed settlement of health insurance ratepayers and insurer Highmark Inc.
Cell phone images capture a moment with a man face down on the ground and struck on the back by a police officer during this year’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Several City of Pittsburgh firefighters have filed a lawsuit, saying the sirens on their trucks were too loud and caused them hearing loss.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has sued the city of Pittsburgh over last month’s challenge to UPMC’s nonprofit status, filed last month in state court.
Zackary Dawson has filed a lawsuit against California University of Pennsylvania claiming that he lost an opportunity to go from part-time instructor to full-time status at the school because of his guard duty.
A doctor who worked as a part-time professor at California University of Pennsylvania sued the state-owned school Thursday, saying he was illegally terminated because of time he missed fulfilling his service commitments to the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.
A woman says a Taser was repeatedly used on her while inside the Allegheny County Jail and she says she has not been the same since.
Glen Kleinfelter remembers an encounter he had with Pam Vivirito of Equine Angels Rescue.
The jury reached a verdict in the road rage case, involving a former Pittsburgh Police detective Monday morning.
A civil lawsuit contends a former Pittsburgh Police officer was out of control and the administration did nothing about it.
Former Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper’s made his first publish comments since stepping down from the bureau.
Former Pittsburgh police officer Adam Skweres is in jail, sentenced to three and half years after pleading guilty to sexual assault and intimidation charges.
Environmentalists call it “fly ash;” the power industry calls it “scrubber waste.” Regardless, residents of one Fayette County town say it’s covering their yards and streets and causing serious health problems.
Penn State alleges in a new lawsuit that its insurance carrier has not been honoring its legal obligation to cover claims related to sexual misconduct by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
Lawsuit claims spyware installed on rented computers secretly sent more than 185,000 emails back to the company, including some capturing webcam images of naked children and people having sex.
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