Closing Arguments Wrap Up In Trial Of Man Paralyzed During Traffic StopThe jury heard closing arguments today in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End.
Defense Expert: Police Violated Procedure In Traffic Stop That Left Man ParalyzedThe trial for a man of a man left paralyzed following a traffic stop in the city’s East End in November of 2012 resumed Monday morning.
Testimony Continues In Case Against Man Paralyzed During Traffic Stop Testimony continues Friday at Leon Ford’s trial.
Officer Denies Telling Injured Suspect, 'I Hope You Die' After Police ConfrontationA second police officer resumed his testimony Thursday in the trial of a man left paralyzed following a traffic stop in the city’s East End in November of 2012.
Officers Testify In Trial For Man Shot, Paralyzed During Police Confrontation The trial for a man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop with Pittsburgh Police continued Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority Settling Kiosk SuitThe Pittsburgh Parking Authority has settled a lawsuit brought by a woman who uses a wheelchair and claimed newly installed parking kiosks were too tall for her to use.
Trial Begins For Man Shot, Paralyzed During Police Confrontation The trial for a man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop with Pittsburgh Police began Tuesday morning.
Trial Scheduled For Man Shot, Paralyzed During Police Confrontation Opening arguments are expected Tuesday morning in the trial of a man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop with Pittsburgh Police.
Judge Denies Case Dismissal For Man Shot, Paralyzed During Traffic StopA hearing will be held to request that charges be dismissed against a man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop in 2012.
Chase Suspect To File Civil Lawsuit, Use Dash Cam Video As EvidenceA Pittsburgh Police car captured a number of images on its dash cam when it arrived at the place where Paul Parrish's white car stopped on Route 65 in Brighton Heights back in July 2012.
Pittsburgh Civil Rights Pioneer, Thelma Lovette, Dies At 98A civil rights leader, born and raised in Pittsburgh, has passed away.
Disabled Woman Claims Parking Meters Are Too TallA western Pennsylvania woman has sued the local parking authority, saying that its new electronic parking meters are too tall for her to reach from a wheelchair.
Local Woman Celebrates Her 106th Birthday"Happy birthday to you..." Friends and family sing the familiar song as they gather at a Hill District church to celebrate Lillian Allen's 106th birthday.
Peduto: Split Verdict In Miles Civil Case Reflective Of Public's ViewWith both Jordan Miles and the three Pittsburgh Police officers claiming a win after Monday's split jury verdict, Mayor Bill Peduto played it down the middle.
Split Verdict Reached In Civil Re-Trial Of 3 City OfficersThe jury has reached a verdict in the civil trial against three police officers accused of using excessive force against a former CAPA student.