As the investigation continues into the Plum High School teacher-student sex scandal, a lawyer for the school’s police officer is now disputing some school board claims.
The stories are all similar – Jerry Montesano in Shadyside, Pam Zollars on the North Side, Kim Roscoe watched it happen in Greenfield.
When a local business owner’s delivery van was hit by a City of Pittsburgh snow plow and he had a hard time getting the city to pay for the damage, he decided to Get Marty.
An arrest warrant has been issued for one of the California University of Pennsylvania football players accused in the Oct. 30 attack that resulted in a brain injury for a West Chester man.
A woman was walking her dog last week when she says a pit bull came out of nowhere and attacked.
A famed local defense attorney died Wednesday after spending decades working one sensational case after another.
Handel’s Ice Cream store owner David Higginbotham showed up at the magistrate’s hearing Wednesday for the first time to face his accusers.
A suspended Allegheny County police officer, charged in several road rage incidents, is now out of jail but he’s not exactly a free man.
The four men who are facing charges in a fatal beating in Armstrong County went before a magistrate today. The incident happened over St. Partick’s Day weekend, and today their lawyers said it was self-defense.
A Mount Lebanon High School music teacher who is suspended without pay waived his preliminary hearing Thursday, choosing to go straight to court on charges including corruption of a minor.
Eddie Lojak, his face scarred by a weekend incident with police officers, turned himself in at Pittsburgh Police headquarters on Wednesday.
A former Pittsburgh Police officer has pleaded guilty to charges that he tried to extort sexual favors from women in return for legal help.
A man responsible for a police incident that ended with one officer shooting another is now in jail.
A fired Pittsburgh Police officer, who is accused of offering five women legal help in exchange for sexual favors ,was back in court Tuesday morning.
A Hill District woman who was found not guilty in the stabbing death of her boyfriend is being released today.