Registered Sex Offender Convicted of Possessing Child Sexual Abuse Material
A Pittsburgh man has been convicted by a federal jury today for the possession of modified child sexual abuse material (CSAM) involving child celebrities. The announcement was made by United States Attorney Eric G. Olshan for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicole M. Argentieri of the Justice Department's Criminal Division, and Special Agent in Charge Mike Nordwall of the FBI Pittsburgh Field Office.
High-Speed Chase in Unity Township Ends with Arrest by Pennsylvania State Police
In a dramatic turn of events, Pennsylvania State Police successfully apprehended a suspect following a high-speed chase in Unity Township. The incident, which unfolded on the evening of November 25th, began when state troopers attempted to conduct a routine traffic stop for minor violations on Lincoln Highway.
16-Year-Old Charged in Munhall Homicide
A 16-year-old, Raylon Williams, has been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting death of a man in Munhall, Pennsylvania. The shooting occurred on November 15. Police responded to a call in the 500 block of East 9th Avenue in Munhall. The deceased, identified as 33-year-old Dontae Hatcher, was found with multiple gunshot wounds in an apartment and pronounced dead at the scene.
Shadyside Recognized as One of the Best Neighborhoods in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, often hailed as one of the best places to live in the United States is a city that combines a rich tapestry of culture, diversity, affordability, and a robust job market. This unique blend makes it an attractive destination for those looking to relocate. Whether you're considering moving to Pittsburgh or simply exploring new neighborhoods within the city, you'll find a wealth of options, each with its distinct flavor and appeal.
Allegheny County pays Adelphoi $366,000 before juvenile detention center even opens
Nonprofit operator receives $7,800 daily payments before children are housed at the former Shuman facility, as Allegheny County pays for renovation costs. This story is a collaboration between Pittsburgh Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, Pittsburgh Independent and Pittsburgh Union Progress.
Penguins Goalie Makes History
The Pittsburgh Penguins have made history tonight for their team. Jarry, the goalie for the Pittsburgh Penguins has made history tonight at the end of the game facing the Tampa Bay Lightning in Tampa Bay.
Chicago man among four Sin City Deciples members convicted in racketeering case
This article contains AI-assisted content. Hammond, Indiana - Four members of the Sin City Deciples [sic] motorcycle organization, including one man from Chicago, have been convicted on various felony charges after an eighteen-day jury trial, according to an announcement from the U.S. Justice Department's Northern District of Indiana. The word 'Deciples' is purposefully misspelled by the organization, similar to how the Hells Angels dropped the apostrophe in "Hell's".
Operators of 5 McDonald’s Locations In Pennsylvania Paid $26,894 Fine For Violating Child Labor Laws
An investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor has found that a man and woman who operate five McDonald’s franchise locations in the Western Pennsylvania employed 34 children to work later and longer than permitted by child labor laws.
Pittsburgh's Historical Archives Enter the Digital Era
Pittsburgh, PA – In a significant move towards preserving and making history more accessible, the City of Pittsburgh's Records Management Division has launched a comprehensive digital archive, bringing over 200 years of historical documents to the public domain.
“Beyond Walls” Film Event at City of Asylum on December 5
On Tuesday, December 5, City of Asylum will present a collection of short films through Beyond Walls, followed by a conversation moderated by the Pittsburgh Institute for Nonprofit Journalism.
Pittsburgh Drivers Are Being Charged Thousands of Dollars to Get Cars Towed After Crashes
The last thing you want after a car crash is to be forced to pay thousands of dollars to get your car towed. As unbelievable as it might sound to you, this has happened to different Pittsburgh drivers who crashed their cars and needed the services of a car towing company.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Warns Customers About a Website That’s Making False Claims
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is warning customers about a website that’s claiming to be affiliated with Fine Wine and Good Spirit. The website in question is onestopbourbons.com.
Pittsburgh's Chilly Snap: How Long Will It Last?
Pittsburgh, PA — Hold onto your hats—winter has abruptly arrived in Western Pennsylvania, bringing a sharp drop in temperatures. Curious about the duration of this wintry spell? Here's the scoop:
Loaded Handgun Siezed at Pittsburgh International Airport, Record-Breaking 40th Firearm Confiscated
Loaded gun found at airport checkpoint adds to growing tally, sparking serious concerns about traveler safety. On Saturday, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers at Pittsburgh International Airport seized a loaded gun from a passenger. The .380 caliber handgun was loaded with seven bullets, one of which was in the chamber, as per a TSA press release.
Pitt fires their OC and QB coach, former Packers QB coach Frank Cignetti Jr.
Frank Cignetti Jr. has been dismissed as the offensive coordinator of the University of Pittsburgh's football team. It had been his third stint as an assistant coach for the Pittsburgh Panthers, beginning in 2022.
Keisei Tominaga Scores 23pts, Leads Nebraska to Win Over Duquesne; Improves to 6-0
LINCOLN, Neb. — Keisei Tominaga's 23-point performance propelled Nebraska to an 89-79 win over Duquesne in the Cornhusker Classic at the Pinnacle Bank Arena on Wednesday (22).
Pittsburgh Chef Takes The Top Spot at National Pizza Summit
When you’re adept at doing something, it’s only a matter of time before you gain recognition and maybe some fame. Matt Hickey, a local pizza chef who enjoys making pizzas is now representing Pittsburgh at the national level.