Leon Ford Acquitted of Aggravated Assault During Traffic Stop
A criminal court jury acquitted 21-year-old Leon Ford of assaulting two police officers but the panel deadlocked on the remaining five counts.
Couple Sentenced for Abusing Their Adopted Children
A judge today sentenced the wife of a former state prosecutor for endangering the welfare of their adopted children. Kristen Barbour pleaded no contest in June.
Peace Activists Rally Against Violence
Pittsburgh peace activists are getting a head start on the International Day of Peace.
Mayor Bill Peduto Racks Up Frequent Flyer Miles
Mayor Bill Peduto is on the road again. He's in Arizona today and will be in Washington, D.C. tomorrow and back in Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
Truck Driver Acquitted in Fatal Fayette County Crash
A truck driver from West Virginia has been acquitted on charges related to a two-vehicle fatal accident that killed a woman in 2012.
Hillary Clinton Campaigns for Iowa Democrats
Hillary Clinton is in Iowa, and her visit is once again stirring up speculation about a possible 2016 Presidential run.
Large Marijuana Bust in Greene County
Three Dormont men are behind bars after a marijuana bust in Greene County. State police seized more than 90 marijuana plants worth $200,000 dollars from a chicken coop.
Man Struck and Killed By a Car in Westmorland County
A man was killed overnight in Sewickley Township, Westmorland County.
Emergency Landing in Zelienople
A small plane had to make an emergency, belly landing at Zelienople Municipal Airport Sunday afternoon.
Pittsburgh Celebrates AmeriCorps 20th Anniversary
Former President Bill Clinton created the AmeriCorps service program in 1994 and to celebrate the 20th anniversary, more than 250 AmeriCorps members gathered at Soldiers and Sailor's...
Pittsburgh Introduces New Police Chief
There's a new Police Chief in Pittsburgh and he's promising things will be different under his leadership. Mayor Peduto introduced 56-year old Cameron McLay in the mayor's office.
Lesser Charges Given to Man Involved in Wedding Brawl
A groom who allegedly touched off a brawl when he groped a pregnant waitress at his wedding reception has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.
Voters in Scotland will go to the polls later this week to decide whether or not Scotland should be an independent nation. Queen Elizabeth the Second made her first comments about Scottish independence urging Scots to "think very carefully about the future." But the popular British monarch didn't indicate a preference on how Scots should vote, carefully maintaining the neutrality that is her constitutional obligation.
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