AG Shapiro Announces Resources For Students Affected By Art Institute ClosureAttorney General Josh Shapiro wants to make sure former Art Institute of Pittsburgh students know about resources that are available.
Pa. AG Opens Probe Into Pipeline Plagued By Spills, Improper ConstructionPennsylvania's attorney general is opening an investigation into a $2.5 billion natural gas liquids pipeline across southern Pennsylvania that's been plagued by spills of drilling fluid and improper construction methods.
PWSA To Stand Trial On Charges It Violated Pa. Safe Drinking Water ActThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will stand trial on charges it violated the state's safe drinking water act.
AG Shapiro Sues Verizon After Amazon Promotion IssuesPennsylvania's Attorney General is suing Verizon, saying the company failed to deliver promised incentive items to consumers who enrolled in certain two-year contracts with the company.
AG Shapiro Sues UPMC, Urging Extension Of Consent Decree For Highmark CustomersSurrounded by local patients soon to be denied access to UPMC physicians and facilities, Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed a lawsuit against the health care giant.
Pa. AG Files 161 Criminal Charges Against PWSA Over Lead LevelsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is filing 161 criminal charges against the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority related to lead levels in the water system.
Group Calls On Cardinal Daniel DiNardo: 'Come Clean 100 Percent'A day after a state Supreme Court ruling that the names of 11 accused Roman Catholic clergy should not be made public, a group is calling on Cardinal Daniel DiNardo to be more transparent.
AG Shapiro Among Attorneys General Challenging Whitaker's AppointmentAttorney General Josh Shapiro is one of 15 Attorneys General challenging the Trump administration's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as Acting Attorney General of the United States.
AG Shapiro Suggests Much More To Follow In Priest Child Abuse ProsecutionsState Attorney General Josh Shapiro says his office continues to be overwhelmed with calls of additional priest abuse.
Pa. Senate Session Ends With No Vote On Church Abuse BillA feeling of disappointment filled the air in the Pennsylvania State Senate late Wednesday night after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement over the Statute of Limitations Reform Bill for child sex abuse victims.
Pa. Senate Pulls Plans To Vote On Church Abuse BillPennsylvania's Senate is pulling plans to vote on legislation to respond to a state grand jury report accusing hundreds of Roman Catholic priests of sexually abusing children over decades.