Ferrente Trial Postponed Again
The homicide trial of the University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of fatally poisoning his wife with cyanide is being postponed yet again. The case against 65-year-old Dr.
Zappala Urged Not to Retry Case Against Leon Ford
The Allegheny County District Attorney's office isn't commenting on the verdict that cleared 21-year-old Leon Ford Junior of assaulting two Pittsburgh Police officers two years ago during a...
IUP Student Charged in Weekend Stabbing
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been charged with stabbing another man, which the suspect's defense attorney contends was self-defense.
Hearing Held on Legislation to Allow School Personnel to Carry Firearms
The Senate Education Committee heard testimony on a bill which would allow school personnel to carry firearms.
Auditors to Investigate Alleged Overpayments to City Employees
A former City of Pittsburgh employee alleges as many as 1500 city workers were overpaid, costing the city big money.
Hundreds of Officers Continue Searching for State Police Shooting Suspect
The manhunt continues in Pennsylvania for a suspect in the ambushing of two state troopers. One was killed, the other critically wounded.
New York Courts Adopt New Debt Collection Rules
Courts in New York are adopting new rules on debt collections that could be mirrored in other states around the country.
Obama: U.S. Embraces Its Responsibility to Address Ebola Crisis
President Barack Obama unveiled an expanded U.S. response to Ebola in Atlanta Tuesday afternoon.
Military Officials Will Not Rule Out Use of Ground Forces in Iraq
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and General Martin Dempsey are defending the U.S.
Windber Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing From Charity
A Windber man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $60 thousand dollars from a church charity.
ISIS May be Planning to Enter U.S. From Mexico
Judicial Watch is reporting that ISIS Militants may have traveled to Mexico in effort to cross over the porous border and launch terror attacks in the U.S.
State Police Release Profile of Cop Killer
Pennsylvania State Police have released the profile of the gunman who ambushed two state troopers. According to the profile report, the killer had a grudge against the police.
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.
Should the U.S. get the backing of the United Nations before launching air strikes against ISIS in Syria?