Woman Files Federal Lawsuit Against Ohio Twp., Former Officer Over 'Emotional Distress'A woman from Pitcairn has filed a federal lawsuit against Ohio Township and a former police officer who worked there.
Health Department Petitions To Intervene In Federal Suit Against US SteelThe Allegheny County Health Department has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit against US Steel.
Two Victims File Lawsuit Over Crash At Brentwood Hair SalonOne year after a car crashed into a BoRics Hair Care In Brentwood Towne Square, two victims have filed a lawsuit.
First ALS-Related Lawsuit Against NCAA To Be Heard In Washington CountyA former football player at Cal U is suing the NCAA over claims the association didn't do enough to protect athletes from concussions.
Delaware North Files Civil Suit Against Tech CompanyDelaware North is suing a tech company after a contract dispute shuttered its sports betting platform.
Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Pa. Turnpike Toll IncreasesA federal judge is dismissing a lawsuit over Pennsylvania Turnpike toll increases that are financing payments the commission makes to help fund transit agencies.
Settlement Sought By Man Granted New Trial In Johnstown Stabbing DeathAttorneys are trying to reach an out-of-court settlement in a lawsuit filed by a Pennsylvania man freed from prison after 25 years after he was granted a new trial in the slaying of his estranged wife.
Pa. Turnpike Commission $11 Billion In Debt, Holding Up Payments To PennDOTThere are some new details about the financial trouble for the PA Turnpike Commission.
Pa. Turnpike Commission In Debt, Facing LawsuitThe Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is $11 billion in debt is facing a major lawsuit.
16 States File Lawsuit To Stop President Trump's Emergency DeclarationSixteen states on Monday evening filed a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.
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.