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.
There is now closure for the family of a Westmoreland County woman who was killed when a power line fell on top of her in 2009.
The mother of the man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase through the South Side ending with police shooting into his car has filed a civil rights lawsuit.
The city of Jeannette has been struggling financially for years, and a decreasing population has been causing an eroding tax base.
The NFL is under attack by lawyers seeking to find players who will to sue the league over past or recurring injuries.
Attention Facebook users, the social media company may owe you money.
Some Allegheny County property owners who are upset they lost their assessment appeal are seeking to join a class-action lawsuit. They say they paid hundreds of dollars to have their home appraised, only to have the appraisal rejected.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Gov. Tom Corbett admits he changed his mind regarding NCAA sanctions against Penn State University. Gov. Corbett filed suit against the NCAA on Wednesday claiming, “I believe the NCAA took actions and […]
Marty Griffin asks Gov. Tom Corbett why he had a change of mind regarding the NCAA sanctions after stating on July 23 that the sanctions were to be accepted.
Here’s a recap of the post-holiday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News in Case you missed anything.
A group of Penn State supporters from all walks of life crowded the room at the Nittany Lion Inn where Gov. Tom Corbett announced he was suing the NCAA to overturn sanctions against the university.