First Week Of Landmark Trial Against Opioid Distributors In West Virginia Comes To An EndTestimony from a fire chief in West Virginia concluded the first week of a landmark trial against the "big three" opioid distributors.
NFL Star Aaron Donald Accused Of AssaultA Pittsburgh attorney says he and his client have filed a police report against Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald for an alleged assault.
Two Victims Of Pa. Turnpike Crash Sue FedEx And Tour Bus CompanyTwo victims of a turnpike crash that killed five and injured 60 are filing a lawsuit.
Pa. Lawmakers Consider Fast Tracking Plan To Extend Abuse Lawsuit WindowLawmakers are considering fast-tracking a bid to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution that would extend the window for victims of child sexual abuse to file lawsuits.
Pennsylvania Health Department Sues Dozens Of Restaurants, Including Angelo's, For Defying Indoor Dining ShutdownThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is suing dozens of restaurants for violating the state's last ban on indoor dining.
2 Indoor Water Parks Sue Over Gov. Tom Wolf's Newest COVID-19 Mitigation EffortsTwo indoor water parks are suing over Gov. Tom Wolf's new coronavirus mitigation efforts.
W. Va. Attorney General Joins Multi-State Lawsuit Being Filed Against FacebookThe lawsuit claims that Facebook acquired competition through illegal and predatory manners and claims multiple violations of federal antitrust laws
US Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Joins Texas In Lawsuit Against Pennsylvania Election ResultsU.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler of Peters has joined other Republican members of Congress in filing a legal brief in support of the latest election court challenge.
President Trump Looks Past Supreme Court Loss To New Lawsuit Challenging Pennsylvania Election ResultsPresident Donald Trump said Wednesday that his campaign will join an improbable case before the Supreme Court challenging election results in Pennsylvania and other states that he lost as he tries to look past the justices’ rejection of a last-gasp bid to reverse Pennsylvania’s certification of Democrat Joe Biden’s victory.
Nursing Home Industry Sues Pa., Says State Illegally Withheld Funds During PandemicThe nursing home industry has filed suit against Pennsylvania, claiming the state illegally withheld more than $150 million that was intended to help long-term care facilities shoulder the financial burden of the coronavirus pandemic.
3 Women With Disabilities Sue Allegheny County Jail Alleging Brutal Assault By SergeantThree formerly incarcerated women with disabilities filed a lawsuit against the Allegheny County Jail claiming a sergeant there brutally assaulted them.
Judge Orders Halt To Further Vote Certification, Prompting Quick Appeal To Pennsylvania Supreme CourtA Pennsylvania appeals court judge ordered state officials on Wednesday to halt any further steps toward certifying election results.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Takes Up Trump Challenge To 8K Philadelphia VotesPennsylvania’s state Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will take up challenges to more than 8,000 ballots in Philadelphia filed by President Donald Trump’s campaign, among the lawsuits launched by the Republican and his allies amid President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state.
Rudy Giuliani Appears In Pa. Court As Trump's Attorney Argues Mail-In Votes Should Be DisqualifiedA federal court held a hearing Tuesday afternoon on the Trump campaign's claim that mail-in ballots should not be counted in Allegheny County and several other counties in the state.
Pa. Supreme Court Rejects President Trump's Claim About Lack Of Access To Philadelphia Vote CountThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the Trump campaign’s claim that Philadelphia did not offer meaningful access to the vote count.