Prominent Pittsburgh Protester Appears In Court Surrounded By SupportersA prominent Pittsburgh protester was in court Thursday for arson-related charges after she allegedly tried to set two restaurants on fire.
Former Munhall Firefighter Sentenced For Several Charges Of ArsonA former Munhall firefighter has been sentenced to 18-36 months in state prison after being found guilty of arson.
Nicky Jo Dawson, Prominent Protester Accused Of Arson Turns Herself In At Allegheny County JailNicky Jo Dawson made sure her voice was heard with her megaphone during the Antwon Rose II protests.
State Police Investigate Body Found In Burning Butler Co. Garage After PFA ViolationState Police are investigating after a PFA violation ended with a body recovered from a burning garage.
2 Volunteer Firefighters Arrested For Intentionally Burning Amish Furniture Store In SmicksburgTwo volunteer firefighters were arrested and charged for intentionally burning an Amish furniture store in Indiana County.
Munhall Volunteer Firefighter Admits To Starting Two FiresA Munhall volunteer firefighter has pleaded guilty to arson charges after setting fires in December 2018.
North Braddock Fire Determined To Be ArsonA Fourth of July house fire in North Braddock was determined to be an arson following an investigation.
Butler Man Arrested On Arson And Burglary ChargesButler City Police have arrested a man for breaking into an unoccupied home and setting it on fire.
'Crazy People Do Crazy Things': McKeesport Residents Shocked After Former Neighbor Is Charged In NYC ArsonA McKeesport man is facing a list of serious charges, accused of burning down home in New York City in an alleged attempt to take a rabbi's life.
McKeesport Man Arrested For Attempted Murder, Arson In BrooklynAuthorities say a man is facing attempted murder and arson charges in connection to a blaze that tore through a home and spread to two others, injuring more than a dozen residents and first responders.
ATF Offering $8,000 Reward In Investigation Into Indiana Co. Suspicious FiresThe Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a reward for information on a rash of suspicious fires dating back to last year.