People around the world tuned in to hear the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson Monday night.
In the wake of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, has the effort to progress Race Relations in this country gone backwards? That was the question asked when Author and Public Speaker, Dr. Ed Rhymes, came on the Chris Moore Show this past weekend.
A man accused of shooting and paralyzing a Pittsburgh police officer was found guilty on all counts Monday afternoon.
Closing arguments are expected to begin Friday against the man accused of shooting and paralyzing a Pittsburgh police officer
Defendant James Hill took the stand Friday and denied firing his weapon at all.
The jury in the trial of James Hill saw pictures of the guns used during the shootout Thursday.
The jury in the trial of James Hill heard police dispatch tapes the day of the shooting that paralyzed Officer Morgan Jenkins.
Police say the incident in which a suspect was shot by police and two officers were injured will undergo review by the critical incident review board.
Police have arrested the man who led police on a high-speed chase through the South Side, which ended with police shots.
The investigation continues today after a shooting behind a gas station in Beaver County Wednesday afternoon left one police officer injured.
Officer Alan Shaffer and 19-year-old Damontae Williams, of Aliquippa, got into a running gun battle in an alley adjacent to the CoGo’s in the 1400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner says that a 24-year-old man is dead after he was shot by Pittsburgh police during a traffic stop in the city’s Knoxville section.
A defense attorney raised questions Tuesday about whether an alleged victim could identify suspects in the shooting that paralyzed Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak.
In honor of Lower Burrell Police Patrolman Derek Kotecki, Governor Corbett has ordered all state flags to fly at half-staff.
It took a jury just about two hours to decide that convicted cop-killer Richard Poplawski should be sentenced to death. The jury received the case around 4:30 p.m. and the verdict was read shortly after 7 p.m.
Jury selection is over in the trial of Richard Poplawski, the man accused in the deaths of three Pittsburgh police officers in 2009.