Jury finds Daniel Teet, 70, not guilty of witness tampering, falsifying records in the DEA investigation of his prescription practices.
Alex Hribal is charged with slashing and stabbing 20 fellow students and a security guard at Franklin Regional High School.
John Burnsworth, 14, is charged with homicide in the death of James “J.R.” Gustafson at another friend’s house in March.
Police say Dennis L. Novak, 58, was killed when he failed to negotiate a turn in his pick-up truck Saturday and veered off the road.
Chris Diiorio, who runs a pet waste removal service in Dormont, used fake credentials on several occasions.
Police in Arnold are searching for Bradley Reidy, age 16, who has been missing from his mother’s house for seven days.
Police received a report at 12:30 a.m. today of a person shot near Jerry’s Custard ice cream shop on 7th Street.
The Veterans Breakfast Club, started by a Mt. Lebanon historian, gives vets an opportunity to talk about what they experienced in war.
Murphy is known by teachers in his district for his willingness to discuss political participation and policy issues in the classroom.
State police at Greensburg said the incident happened at 8:05 p.m. Wednesday on Peach Hollow Road.
The government told a jury that Daniel Teet urged witnesses to lie and falsified records to thwart an investigation of how he prescribed.
The incident occurred at a home in the 400 block of Chestnut Street.
Franklin Regional schools evacuated after a strong smell of gas, the source of which was never found, was reported.
It will be a perfect day to hit the polls, and in Allegheny County, 68 percent of its residents are expected to vote.
Police said Akira Waters, 16, of Avonmore, was visiting her boyfriend when she was shot in the chest.
Robert Franzino, who had already lost his medical license in a similar scheme, tried to coerce a 15-year-old into having sex for pain pills.
As the focus of family turns to the glow of the digital screen, life, especially for children, is undergoing a radical transformation.
Rabbi Abraham Skorka recounted his friendship with the pope Thursday at St. Vincent College in Latrobe.
The public hearing is required by law to present an opportunity for public comment on the budget.