The house in Pine Township where police say they found drugs and explosive materials last weekend was cleaned and sanitized Friday morning.
A standout basketball player at Quaker Valley High School appears to have had some extracurricular activities that landed him in jail.
Charles Allen Smith, 51, faces drug possession and distribution charges after police found large amounts of marijuana inside a home at 17 West Berkeley Street Thursday.
Police say a cell phone video has led to a major drug arrest in Mercer County.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Daniel Robelo, a research associate at Drug Policy Alliance.
A Moon Township mother and son as well as an Ambridge, PA resident were arrested Thursday morning following an undercover drug investigation in Moon Township.
A star football player from IUP is facing charges for what police found at an off-campus apartment. IUP sophomore James Johnson was at an apartment at 13th and Oakland Tuesday when police were called for a disturbance.
The KDKA Investigators have learned that drug charges could soon be filed against Pittsburgh Police Officer Adam Skweres.
There’s new information about a shooting in Brighton Heights. A 35-year-old man was shot during a drug deal inside a home near the corner of Termon and Elmhurst Avenues Friday evening.
Investigators say a morning traffic stop in Uniontown netted a garbage bag full of marijuana with a street value of $130,000.
Alberta Kelley told a Fayette County judge and jury a man she did not know approached her, gave her some seeds and told her if she planted them she would grow the prettiest flowers she has ever seen. Those seeds grew into seven four-foot tall marijuana plants.
A mixed verdict was handed down on Saturday for the man accused in an accident that left a woman who was out jogging with her children in Mount Lebanon dead. It took the jury less than four hours to find Benjamin Cope, of Mount Lebanon, guilty of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of recklessly endangering another person.
After a week of testimony and closing arguments this morning, the jury has now reached a mixed verdict in the case of a woman who was killed while out running with her children in Mount Lebanon last year.
A 15-year-old and an 18-year-old have been ordered to stand trial in connection with the robbery and fatal shooting of another teen at the parking lot of a McDonald’s in Penn Hills.
The defense called for a mistrial in the case of a man accused of hitting and killing a mother as she was pushing her two young children in a stroller in Mt. Lebanon.