A Crucible man was found guilty by jury Wednesday afternoon of sexually assaulting a young girl several times between 2010 and 2014, when she was between the ages of 9 and 14.
The state Supreme Court has rejected an appeal filed by Lana Roe in the August 2012 murder of a Daisytown man.
A mediation session was held Wednesday in an attempt to determine what should be done about the Rhodes Cemetery.
An additional charge of corruption of minors has been filed against a Michigan man accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl last week at the Econo Lodge in Franklin Township.
An Ohio man reported to be a suspect in a homicide investigation in West Virginia, who was arrested Sunday by state police following a high-speed chase on Interstate 79 near Waynesburg, continued to be held Tuesday in the Greene County jail on a federal detainer.
A Monessen man is wanted on charges he set fire to an abandoned house in early January in his hometown, which has been experiencing a string of such blazes this year.
The state Turnpike Commission has suspended the design of the final section of the Mon-Fayette Expressway after the project was put on hold by regional planners.
A guard at SCI-Greene waived his right to a preliminary hearing before a district judge Monday on charges stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident.
A Long Branch woman is facing charges relating to a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle last year and later died in a nursing home.
Three Monongahela woman face heroin possession charges stemming from a Saturday traffic stop.
The Pennsylvania State Data Center released 2016 population estimates for every county in the commonwealth, and they show Washington with a 0.1 percent gain and Greene with a 3.8 percent decline.
A Fredericktown man was arrested Wednesday by state police after he allegedly fled when stopped at a regulatory checkpoint in Marianna.
A Washington County judge has ordered a GOP sheriff candidate's name stricken from the ballot for the May 16 primary, and a GOP candidate for district judge has backed out of the race.
Peters Township Zoning Hearing Board has denied two variances requested in connection with a restaurant proposed for a site off Valley Brook Road.
A 74-year-old Monongahela man is charged with homicide by vehicle in connection with a June crash that killed a woman who was a passenger on a motorcycle that was part of a bike run.
If an organization was responsible for the deaths of dozens of children over more than three decades, one would think that organization would be prosecuted out of existence, and that those leading the group would be doing long stretches behind bars.
It's long overdue to extend the Mon-Fayette Expressway and help Mon Valley communities that need the economic boost.
Chuck Berry may not have been an exemplary citizen, but he was a great artist.
The closure of three state Department of Labor & Industry call centers has hurt Pennsylvania’s unemployed workers.
Gambling expansion is probably inevitable, and would undoubtedly benefit state coffers.
PITTSBURGH – Jake Guentzel still finds himself staring. And really, it’s kind of hard to blame him.
Just in time, West Virginia’s Bob Huggins is getting the most out of his top three guards.
Steelers sign RB/KR man, veteran cornerback in free agency.
The PIAA set sites and times for local basketball playoff teams.
Central Christian Academy middle school boys basketball team finished the season with a 12-2 record and in first place in the Greater Pittsburgh Division. The Crusaders won their semifinal game against Redeemer Lutheran School, 39-27, and went on to win the Southwest Christian Athletic League Middle School championship by defeating Portersville Christian School, 32-16. Team members include, front row, left to right: Anthony Zatta, Paul John Barzd, Noah Livesay, Emanuele Ntumngia, and Aaron Brown. Back row: athletic director Ernie Balak, head coach Louis Colosimo, Christopher McElhinney, Jonathan Colosimo, Joshua Moorehead, Jack Staley, Levi Hutchin, Johnathan White, assistant coach Greg Moorehead and assistant coach Ben Moorehead.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Nick Bonino scored the go-ahead goal with 5:29 left and the Pittsburgh Penguins clinched their 11th straight playoff berth with a 3-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday night.
PITTSBURGH – A moment of reconciliation more than 15 years in the making allowed the Pittsburgh Penguins to pay tribute to an important part of their past.
PITTSBURGH – Sidney Crosby scored twice to move into a tie for the NHL lead with 37, Carter Rowney added the first goal of his NHL career and the short-handed Pittsburgh Penguins beat the New Jersey Devils 6-4 Friday night.
PHILADELPHIA – Wayne Simmonds scored the 200th goal of his career and Steve Mason made 23 saves to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night.
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Kris Versteeg scored the shootout winner Monday night and the Calgary Flames beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 to tie their franchise record with their 10th straight victory.
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