A bouncer who says he was punched by former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Chukky Okobi has been awarded no damages by a jury.
The National Rifle Association is filing suit against three Pennsylvania cities, seeking to stop them from enforcing their firearms laws.
A billboard company is suing a western Pennsylvania couple for harassment, saying their complaints that a lighted sign near their home is too bright has chased away six advertisers and cost the company $50,000.
The renovation of the former Civic Arena site hit a snag Friday, after a lawsuit was filed against the city and Pittsburgh Penguins.
The family of Dr. Autumn Klein has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against her husband, Dr. Robert Ferrante.
A lawsuit blames a restaurant’s bad meatloaf for the deaths of a former West Virginia state lawmaker and her husband.
Thousands of potentially dangerous guardrails line the roads of Pennsylvania. Some say a particular part of the guardrail could have a fatal flaw.
An eastern Pennsylvania company that announced plans to buy The Meadows Racetrack & Casino near Pittsburgh for $465 million has sued the current owner, jeopardizing that deal.
AT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data plans but instead experienced slow speeds while browsing the Internet or watching streaming video.
The state Attorney General’s office has filed a civil action suit against an illegal fireworks company in Aliquippa.
Kesha and her mentor and producer filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over the pop singer’s claims she was subjected to nearly a decade of sexual and emotional abuse.
Allegheny County Judge Donald Machen refused to enter a judgment of acquittal on the remaining charges against Leon Ford Tuesday.
A state agency charged with investigating civil rights violations now finds itself accused of violating the civil rights of an employee.
Jury deliberations in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End, will begin from the beginning.
Jury deliberations resumed Wednesday in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End.