Pittsburgh Man Says He Lost Eye After Police Shot Bean Bag At Him During Downtown ProtestA Pittsburgh man says he lost his right eye after police fired a bean bag round at him during the downtown protest.
2 Charged For Allegedly Damaging Businesses With Graffiti During Pittsburgh ProtestsTwo demonstrators are facing charges for allegedly damaging businesses with graffiti during the peaceful protests that turned to riots in downtown Pittsburgh.
U.S. Attorney Indicts 8 Pittsburgh Protesters For 'Criminal Activity' During May 30 Downtown DemonstrationsEight Pittsburgh protesters who were involved in the May 30 demonstrations in downtown Pittsburgh have been criminally indicted, according to U.S. Attorney Scott Brady's office.
Pittsburgh Police Seek Public's Help Identifying Man Accused Of Destroying Police Vehicles In Downtown ProtestPittsburgh Police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man accused of destroying two police vehicles during downtown protests on May 30.
Pittsburgh City Council Unanimously Approves Police Reform MeasuresThe Pittsburgh City Council has approved several measures aimed at overhauling police operations in the wake of demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.
24-Year-Old Facing Federal Charges In Pittsburgh Riots Behind Bars On New ChargesA 24-year-old accused of setting fire to an unmarked Pittsburgh Police car during riots downtown is now facing state charges.
Pittsburgh Police Looking To Identify 5 People In Connection With RiotsPolice have released photos of five people wanted in connection with riots in Pittsburgh.
Police Looking To Identify Man Accused Of Throwing Bricks At Officers During East Liberty ProtestsPolice are looking to identify a man they say threw bricks at officers during protests in East Liberty.
Peaceful Protest Marches From Oakland Through Streets Of PittsburghBlack Lives Matter protests continued in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
20-Year-Old Arrested In Pittsburgh Riots Now Wanted In Butler RiotsA felony warrant has been issued for a 20-year-old recently arrested in connection with riots in Pittsburgh.
Gov. Wolf Signs First George Floyd-Inspired Bills Into Law In PennsylvaniaThe first bills passed by Pennsylvania's Legislature in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota are now law with Gov. Tom Wolf's signature.