East Pittsburgh Man Sentenced in Child Torture Case
Allegheny County Criminal Court Judge David Cashman has sentenced the East Pittsburgh man who watched and laughed as his girlfriend burned her two-year-old son with cigarettes.
Jackie Evancho, Franklin Regional Marching Band to Perform at Trump Inauguration
The Pittsburgh area will be well represented at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.
Dance Moms Star Faces Sentencing Friday
Will Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller's next act be in prison or will she be placed on probation following her guilty plea to bankruptcy fraud? KQV reporter Elaine Effort files this story...
Brackenridge Man Accused in Neighbor's Death Returned to PA
A Brackenridge man accused of killing his neighbor is being held in the Allegheny County Jail without bond after being extradited from West Virginia.
Drug Dealer Receives Another Prison Sentence
A federal judge is sending a Pittsburgh man with a history of selling illegal drugs back to prison.
Community Groups Outraged Over Handling of High School Principal Case
More protest over the handling of a 14-year-old Woodland Hills High School student who reportedly secretly recorded the principal who allegedly threatened to physically harm the student.
Pittsburgh Mills Auctioned to Wells Fargo
The Pittsburgh Mills mall, which was foreclosed on after its owners failed to repay $143 million, has been auctioned off for $100.
Robert Morris University Plans New Events Center
Robert Morris University announces it's moving forward with the biggest capital project in the school's nearly 100-year history.
Pittsburgh Mills on the Auction Block
In the market for a mall? One will be on the auction block on Wednesday.
PA Row Officers Take Oath of Office
Today was swearing-in day for Pennsylvania's three row officers.
'City For All' Legislation Introduced in City Council
Pittsburgh leaders say they want to buck the national trend of demonizing immigrants and instead do more to welcome immigrants, refugees, and the disabled.
Wilkinsburg Mom Gets Maximum Sentence in Daughter's Death
A Common Pleas Court judge rejects calls for leniency in sentencing a Wilkinsburg mother who was convicted of third degree murder in connection with the death of her three-year-old daughter.
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