The civil re-trial continues for three Pittsburgh Police officers who are accused of using excessive force against a former CAPA student.
The second civil trial brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers continued with more testimony on Thursday.
A judge has granted what could be considered a split decision in the bond hearing for Greg Brown, the man who has served 19 years in prison for a house fire in Homewood-Brushton that killed three Pittsburgh firefighters.
It was a tragedy that shook the City of Pittsburgh 19 years ago, three Pittsburgh firefighters killed at a house fire in Homewood.
A former armored car guard convicted of killing his co-worker and stealing millions of dollars will spend the rest of his life in prison.
A man will stand trial in connection with a case of child abuse that left his 20-month-old girl dead in November.
A woman’s journey through Pittsburgh’s Municipal Courts Building Thursday became the last steps from the United Kingdom – where she now lives – back to Pittsburgh before she would have to recount a trauma she experienced when she lived in Shadyside in 1992.
A man already facing trial in the alleged sexual abuse of three boys has been ordered to stand trial in yet another case, based on testimony of the alleged victim’s older brother at a preliminary hearing in City Court.
Deallo Mitchell, 19, gets around best these days in a wheelchair. He has limited abilities with braces and a walker.
An 85-year-old nun took the witness stand today, still recovering from her injuries after authorities say she was attacked, beaten and sexually assaulted earlier this month in Beaver County.
A judge has now ordered the eviction of everyone living in a North Side home that has been ruled a nuisance property because of a history of drug activity.
The man accused of hitting several pedestrians and leading police on a chase on Pittsburgh’s South Side back in October was back in court today where he was held for trial.
A man accused of drowning his wife entered a plea right before the trial was to begin Tuesday.
The woman who drowned her son in a local hotel bathtub has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Closing arguments were presented this afternoon in the trial of two men accused in a shooting in broad daylight last April at Fifth Avenue and Wood Street in Downtown Pittsburgh.