Report: Judge Says UPMC-Highmark Agreement Deadline Cannot Be ExtendedA judge has reportedly ruled that Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro cannot extend the deadline on an agreement between UPMC and Highmark.
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.
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.
Woman Going To Jail For Killing Husband Who Wanted DivorceA Pennsylvania woman who shot and killed her husband after he asked for a divorce has been sentenced to prison.
Judge Rejects Ex-AG Kathleen Kane's Request To Delay Sentence To Find Child CareConvicted former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane is scheduled to report to a prison Thursday to start serving a sentence.
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. Attorney General Issues Warning About Increased Gift Card Scam CasesGift card scam artists are really looking for victims, says state Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
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.
Former Erie Diocese Priest Pleads Guilty In Child Sex Abuse CaseA former priest in the Erie Diocese is admitting that he committed sexual abuse of children, pleading guilty to corruption of minors and child endangerment.