Pittsburgh Public Schools Board Votes For Online-Only Classes During First 9 WeeksThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board has voted on how its students will return to class.
President Judge Rules Against Closing Entire Allegheny County Court System Over Coronavirus FearsThe Allegheny County courts will remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Attorney Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Judge Orders Court Facilities Closed And No In-Person HearingsThree court facilities are temporarily closed after a private attorney who tested positive for coronavirus appeared at the Allegheny County Courthouse, a district court in North Versailles and a PFA office.
Allegheny County Police Say Homicides Have Moved From Pittsburgh To The Suburbs, 'Mostly In The Mon Valley'Another night, another homicide in McKeesport. Wednesday's was the sixth this year in what has become a now-frequent tragedy in this once-proud steel town.
Judge Holds Hearing On Whether Allegheny Co. Courthouse Is Safe From CoronavirusCourt employees and attorneys are uneasy after some have come down with COVID-19.
Pa. Supreme Court Rules Family's Lawsuit Against Chemical Companies For Father’s Death Allowed To ProceedA groundbreaking civil case involving the long-time groundskeeper and superintendent at a local golf course will proceed, thanks to a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Applications For Concealed Carry Permits Backed Up To November In Allegheny CountyAt Allegheny County Courthouse, it seems that just about everyone is suddenly applying for a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
More Than 2,000 Pittsburghers Have Registered To Participate In UPMC Coronavirus Vaccine TrialUPMC says the response has been overwhelming after asking for volunteers for an experimental coronavirus vaccine trial.
Shell Builds On-Site Coronavirus Testing Lab At Beaver Co. Cracker PlantShell is bringing back a new wave of workers to its Beaver County cracker plant.
Law Enforcement Says Inmates Are Collecting Illegal Unemployment Payments In Jails And Prisons Across PennsylvaniaLaw enforcement says Allegheny County Jail inmates collecting pandemic unemployment payments goes well beyond the jail.
Assistant Allegheny Co. District Attorney Files Complaint With OSHA About Working Conditions At Courthouse After Testing Positive For CoronavirusThe family of an assistant Allegheny County District Attorney confirms he is in critical condition after contracting COVID-19.