AG Shapiro Charges Human Trafficking Ring Operator In PennsylvaniaAttorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges against a business owner for operating a human trafficking ring in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida.
AG Shapiro Files Suit Challenging Trump Administration's Public Charge RuleAttorney General Josh Shapiro has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration's public charge rule.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro Reflects On Church Sex Abuse ScandalOne year ago, with victims of child abuse by priests standing behind him, Attorney General Josh Shapiro revealed a grand jury report that stunned the nation.
AG Shapiro Updates Health Of Agent Shot In Ross Township And Responds To Criticism Of Drug Bust LocationAttorney General Josh Shapiro talked exclusively with KDKA political editor Jon Delano about the officer-involved shooting in Ross Township.
Pa.'s Clergy Abuse Hotline Got 1,900 Calls Within A YearPennsylvania's top state prosecutor says investigations remain underway after 1,862 calls were made to his office's clergy abuse hotline in the 12 months since a landmark grand jury report exposed decades of child abuse within the state's Roman Catholic dioceses.
AG Josh Shapiro To Block Diocese From Using Orphanage Endowment To Pay Sex Abuse VictimsThe church scandal has left Bishop David Zubik with two monumental tasks.
Pa. Attorney General Announces Payday Loan Relief SettlementState Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced a relief program for those affected by an illegal payday loan scheme.
Big Win For UPMC As Consent Decree With Highmark To End June 30 A judge has ruled that the consent decrees between Highmark and UPMC cannot legally be extended past June 30.
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro Calls UPMC's Actions This Week A 'PR Stunt'In an exclusive interview, Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro called UPMC's recent actions a 'PR stunt.'
Pa. Attorney General Files Appeal In Overturning Of Graham Spanier ConvictionFollowing a judge's decision to overturn Spainer's 2017 conviction, Pa. Attorney General has filed an appeal.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Filling 92 Fake Opioid PrescriptionsA Pittsburgh woman pleaded guilty to illegally filling 92 fake prescriptions to obtain more than 2,900 oxycodone and hydrocodone pills.