U.S. attorney’s office says the search warrants were executed as part of an ongoing federal investigation.
Valeriy Vahil was indicted two years ago on 17 counts of evading taxes.
Fire officials said the man jumped from the second-story window of his three-story, wood-frame home to escape the flames.
Zachary Metcalf was convicted of sparking more than 10 fires in abandoned houses in Beaver Falls and surrounding areas.
The three were arrested at Staley’s Motel in Kittanning on Monday.
Pittsburgh Police say Dillan Clarke punched and kicked a woman, and kicked her 4-year-old son.
As people question Anthony Hamlet’s “educational philosophy,” academics question the severity of his alleged misstep.
A Butler County woman admitted Thursday that she embezzled $150,000 from a subsidiary of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
The district has received a high bid of $450,000 for the former Middlesex Elemetnary School.
The township also took steps to enable a LaQuinta Inn to be turned into an assisted living facility.
A board member questioned giving bonuses when the district just raised taxes, and a former board member criticized salary increases.
The 2016-17 budget includes a 3.1-mill tax increase, which officials say is needed due to higher costs for pensions, wages and health care.
State police at Butler said Raegan Lynn Phenicie, 42, of Franklin was a passenger on the motorcycle when it crashed.
The outage affected a large swatch of property on Wednesday afternoon.
Oishii Bento in Oakland and Uptown Diner in Hampton were cited for multiple food safety violations.
Police said a ”medical issue” might have contributed to the crash.
Shaler police said the vehicle was traveling south on Mount Royal Boulevard when he veered off the road and struck a tree
Multiple vehicles were involved in the crash on Mt. Royal Boulevard.
Harrison Marshman shot his girlfriend’s 2-year-old son in the chest at his Allegheny Dwellings apartment.
Nicholas Ursiny, 15, was wounded on Friday and flown to UPMC Presbyterian, where he was pronounced dead at 12:47 p.m. Sunday.
Adam Weitsman, the owner of a refurbished New Castle scrap yard, has made a name for himself by out hustling the competition.
Police tried to initiate a traffic stop when the man wanted for failing to appear in court fled from police on foot.
Mary Grimm, of Center, a sixth-grade teacher in the Blackhawk School District in Beaver County, has been hired as the new principal.
With a rich history dating back to 1821, the Burtner House in Harrison will hold its 42nd annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday.
After two years of stalled negotiations, the district may hire an outside firm to provide paraprofessionals, secretaries and custodians.
Residents are worried about what the school district intends to do with two lots it has purchased off Field Club Road.
The National Weather Service reported that flooding had closed Route 28 between Route 8 and Fox Chapel Road.
They were located in the Slippery Rock area around 9 p.m. safe and in good health, according to police.
The California-based automotive and energy storage company is eyeing storefront on Perry Highway and could open as early as late 2016.
Several injured in a crash in the northbound lanes near the Etna/Shaler line.
No criminal charges have resulted, though police say the allegations stretched back a decade.
Brown, now 18, was 11 when prosecutors said he used his father’s shotgun to kill his father’s fiancee Kenzie Marie Houk, 26.
The allegations came to light in January after a report from a player’s parent to a state child abuse hotline was forwarded to police.
A single-lane closure will occur as needed on northbound McKnight Road weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through July 27.
Dave Stepek, 52, was working underneath a car about 1:30 p.m. at a residence on Rear Pennsylvania Avenue when the car fell on him.
Richard Gala was riding his mower at his Ridge Road Extension home about 9:30 a.m. when he rolled backwards over a four-foot wall.
Avalon residents can get water at the volunteer fire company on New Brighton Road after a break on Center Avenue left homes without service.
Under the plan, students playing a sport, participating in an extracurricular activity or driving to school would be subject to the tests.
The McCandless parish’s 15 years of continuous fundraising nets $12 million.
The school board said it will let the public know next week what it plans to do with the two sites on Field Club Road.
Township commissioners will try to meet with North Hills school board members to eliminate the levy.
The district is proposing a 3.1-mill property tax increase to fund the budget for 2016-17.
Board blames rising pension costs mandated by the state.
Best-selling author’s Penguin Bookshop event gives audience the creeps, in a good way.
Two men were involved in the shooting death of a man inside his car on Shadeland Avenue.
Pamela Vivirito, already charged with extortion in an unrelated case, is accused of taking donations intended to rehabilitate horses.
The crash occurred in the 3400 block of Saxonburg Boulevard and involved a vehicle and a motorcycle, county spokeswoman Amie Downs said.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Reuse of Deutschtown church stymied by historic standards, homeowners association
Historic standards that inhibit repurposing of old buildings need leeway for elegant exceptions.
State police from Butler, Franklin and Clarion respond to another call at the facility, just a day after a fight at the same location.
Steelers head coach challenging himself and other men to move outside their comfort zones to find and mentor young people.