Pa. Attorney General Seeks To Delay UPMC-Highmark Dispute DeadlinePennsylvania's attorney general wants the state Supreme Court to reconsider a judge's decision not to stop the pending dissolution of the business relationship between two enormous health care providers.
Report: Judge Says UPMC-Highmark Agreement Deadline Cannot Be ExtendedA judge has reportedly ruled that Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro cannot extend the deadline on an agreement between UPMC and Highmark.
SCAM ALERT: Pa. Attorney General Warns Of 'We Buy Homes' ScamThe state Attorney General is warning consumers of a new scam circulating the state.
Child Handcuffed, Hands Duct-Taped Together While Locked In Closet By Adoptive ParentsThe Pennsylvania attorney general announced criminal charges against a Clarion County man and woman who allegedly punished their adopted daughter by locking her in a closet.
Former Officer Charged After 15-Year-Old Girl Dies In His Pittsburgh ResidenceA former law enforcement officer and narcotics detective was arrested in his Pittsburgh home on Wednesday after the 2017 death of a 15-year-old girl who lived at his house.
UPMC Files Motions In Pa. Courts To Battle Attorney General's Petition To Modify Agreement With HighmarkThe fight between UPMC and Highmark took another turn Thursday.
Pa. AG Shapiro: 'I Will Continue To Enforce Affordable Care Act'After a federal judge in Texas ruled that former President Barack Obama’s signature Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is unconstitutional, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said the ruling will not affect Pennsylvanians.
AG Pushes Again For Change In Law After Clergy Abuse ReportPennsylvania's top prosecutor is appealing again to legislators to change state law so that criminal and civil cases can be pursued in court in decades-old clergy abuse cases.
AG Shapiro Slams Church, Bishop Zubik And State's 'Weak' Laws In Wake Of Grand Jury ReportThe attorney general had some harsh words for the church and what he called “weak” laws in the state of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Launches Text Alert System To Warn Seniors About ScamsPennsylvania has a new texting service that aims to protect senior citizens from scams.
Stories Of Abuse Surfacing Ahead Of Grand Jury Report On Sexual Abuse In Six Pennsylvania DioceseMore than 300 priests and lay teachers will be named in the long-awaited grand jury report on sexual abuse in six Pennsylvania diocese.