The Conflict Kitchen reopened Wednesday after a death threat forced them to close last week.
After nearly a half-dozen bomb threats at a Greene County high school, state police say they have made an arrest in some of the threats.
The Conflict Kitchen has been serving up the cuisine of countries often at odds with U.S. policy, including North Korea, Afghanistan, Cuba, Iran and Venezuela.
A takeout restaurant in Pittsburgh’s Oakland section that serves food from countries at odds with the United States has temporarily closed following a threatening letter.
A Fayette County man and his dog are recovering after they were attacked and threatened while out for a walk earlier this week.
A case of alleged torture took an interesting twist Wednesday when the victim claimed it was all a misunderstanding and said everyone tortures the people they love.
A New Castle man was taken into custody today after police say he threatened some contractors working on a storm sewer project on his property in Lawrence County.
State Police in Westmoreland County have arrested a man who they say is accused of threatening and torturing a woman over a period of five days earlier this month.
As Pittsburgh Police continue to search for a suspect, the jogger who was attacked and sexually assaulted behind her apartment in Friendship on Thursday afternoon is speaking out.
A student at Trinity High School in Washington County is accused of bringing several box cutters to school, and then giving them to another student who allegedly threatened a third student.
State police are asking for the public’s help as they continue searching for a man who allegedly threatened the life of his ex-wife.
Phone scams have been around for years, but now there’s a new warning. The callers are getting bolder and downright threatening.
A western Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges he repeatedly raped a boy, then gave him gifts to keep quiet about the encounters.
Taylor Swift performed at Heinz Field Saturday for about 57,000 fans with very little trouble.
Beaver County Sheriff George David made the relatively short walk from his office to the courtroom Wednesday where he was arraigned on charges of allegedly making violent threats to a reporter and to a campaign worker.