A jury has convicted a man of third-degree murder and a firearms violation in the fatal shooting of a man who was out with friends on a party bus in 2013.
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams has sued three men who were acquitted of criminal charges that they attacked him outside a sandwich shop in June 2013.
A former University of Pittsburgh researcher was sentenced for the death of his wife today.
Michael Martin, 41, of Charleroi was convicted by a Westmoreland County Jury of first degree murder tonight.
A Pittsburgh woman has been convicted of stealing her neighbor’s dog and having it euthanized.
A jury has found the man accused of causing a crash on Route 51 last year that claimed the life of a local retired businessman guilty on all charges.
Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Several jurors are opening up about the experience after handing down a first-degree murder conviction to the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide.
After hours of deliberations, the jury has found Dr. Robert Ferrante, the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning and killing his wife with cyanide, guilty of first-degree murder.
An Army veteran acquitted in the shooting death of another motorist following a road-rage dispute has filed a federal lawsuit against police, prosecutors, and the city.
Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End, was found not guilty of two counts of aggravated assault.
A former North Hills ice cream shop owner who is accused of molesting two young girls who were family friends was found guilty on 12 of 15 counts on Thursday afternoon.
Dquay Means was acquitted of participating in the stabbing of Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Adams. However, he was still convicted of escape when he ran from police.
The man found guilty in a fatal double shooting at the Monview Heights housing complex in 2012 was back in court today for sentencing.
A jury has awarded $105,000 in civil damages to a Pittsburgh man who claimed police used excessive force against him during a 2010 traffic stop.