Former Monongahela Police Officer Charged, Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman He Pulled OverA police officer from Washington County is charged with sexually assaulting a woman he pulled over at a traffic stop.
Police Arrest 2 Men In Beaver Co. Drug RaidTwo men are behind bars after a drug raid in Beaver County.
Pennsylvania Excavator Accused Of Faking 2 Water Main TestsPennsylvania prosecutors are accusing an excavation company of altering the results of water sampling tests, leading to a contaminated water line being used to serve about 40 homes.
Pa. AG To Appeal Judge's Decision To Overturn Graham Spanier ConvictionPennsylvania's Attorney General is announcing that he plans to appeal a judge's decision regarding former Penn State president Graham Spanier.
Police: Crack Cocaine, Marijuana And Guns Seized In Ambridge Drug BustA large police presence converged on an Ambridge neighborhood Tuesday morning, arresting at least two people during a drug bust.
Former Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane DisbarredFormer Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is losing her law license, a few months after she began a jail sentence for perjury, obstruction and other counts.
Former Pediatrician Sentenced For Sexually Abusing Dozens Of ChildrenA former Johnstown pediatrician was sentenced Monday for sexually assaulting 31 children, most of them patients.
Pa. AG's Office: School Threat System Fields Nearly 5,000 Calls In First MonthPennsylvania's new mandatory threat reporting system for schools is drawing thousands of tips in its first month.
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.
Former PennDOT Official Pleads Guilty, Sentenced To House Arrest For Taking BribesA former official with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has pleaded guilty to soliciting and accepting bribes.
Thousands Of Students To Get Total Loan Forgiveness In New SettlementMore than 12,000 Pennsylvania students are getting total loan forgiveness for money lent to them by the Career Education Corporation.