Wilkinsburg Police Purchase More Than 100 Weapons In 2 Hours During Gun BuybackWilkinsburg Police purchased more than 100 weapons from residents within two hours during its annual gun buyback program Saturday.
Family Pleads For Help Finding Dravosburg Woman Who Disappeared A Month AgoAllegheny County Police have scheduled a news conference this afternoon in the search for a woman who has been missing for a month.
Aliquippa Assistant Police Chief Facing Charges In Two Separate CasesAliquippa Assistant Police Chief Joseph Perciavalle is facing charges in two separate cases, one for sending a lewd video to a minor and another for recording a conversation with then police chief Don Couch, without the chiefs knowledge.
Woman Shot In Harrison Twp. Apartment ComplexPolice are investigating after a woman was shot Monday morning in Harrison Township.
Teen Arrested In Series Of West End Pizza Delivery Driver RobberiesPolice arrested a teenager in connection with a series of armed robberies involving pizza delivery drivers.
Police: Man Shot Neighbors Because He Thought They Were Spying On HimA man allegedly shot a woman and her teenage daughter because he thought they were spying on him.
Couple Living In Hazelwood Accused Of Scamming Seniors Out Of ThousandsA couple in Hazelwood is facing federal charges after being accused of running a telephone scam that targets seniors.
Turning Black Friday White: Seven Springs Opens For The SeasonMany skipped the stores on Black Friday and opted for some runs at Seven Springs.
Butler Co. Residents Still In The Dark Now Making Alternate Thanksgiving PlansCrews are making progress restoring electricity in Butler County, but several hundred homes are still in the dark, almost a week after a winter storm knocked down trees and power lines.
'Largest Outage In Our History': Power Company Says Thousands Expected To Be Without Service Over WeekendThousands of customers in Butler County may be without power until Sunday night.
Officials: Man Threatens To Get Gun, Shoot Up Polling PlaceA man allegedly threatened to "shoot up" a polling place in Washington County on Tuesday morning.
Men Accused Of Stealing Rare Books From Carnegie Library Going To TrialTwo men accused of stealing and selling more than $8 million worth of rare books and items from the Carnegie Library were in court on Friday.