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Zappala, Western PA Child Care, PA Child Care, Gladstone Partners and several other companies filed a lawsuit today claiming that convicted businessman Robert Powell and several other individuals and firms tricked them into business relationships
Zappala Jr. on Thursday announced a countywide DUI enforcement effort that began Monday and will continue through the holiday weekend. Several DUI task forces and Pittsburgh and state police will increase patrols and establish sobriety checkpoints.
Several Pennsylvania district attorneys appeared Thursday at a Wilkinsburg substance abuse treatment center to support legislation in Harrisburg that would create a prescription drug database. The prosecutors, including Allegheny County District
Pa. A Pennsylvania prosecutor says a 5-year-old boy who allegedly started a fire that claimed the life of a young girl near Pittsburgh cannot be charged with a crime because of his age...Zappala Jr. alleged Thursday that the 2-year-old girl's
A 5-year-old boy with a history of starting fires ignited the blaze Sunday that claimed the life of his cousin, Pennsylvania authorities said, according to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The boy was not identified in the report, but he reportedly used
The district attorney says a man was questioned to facilitate the investigation into the slaying of two Pittsburgh women who are the sisters of an Iowa state representative. Pittsburgh police and Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala Jr.
A former armored car guard was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison plus 10 to 20 years for killing his partner and robbing their truck of $2.3 million, but not before he asked the judge not to lecture'' him. Kenneth Konias Jr.'s comments drew an
Zappala Jr. said today he has made peace with county Executive Rich Fitzgerald after clashing in recent weeks over county police and drug enforcement. Mr. Zappala, who has said county police aren't pursuing narcotics investigations and asked for
Motznik last week questioned whether the district properly handled an Oct. 18 fight and attempted robbery that police have said provided the likely motive for a shooting Nov. 13 near Brashear. Judge Motznik also said he was concerned because his
On Wednesday, the county budget committee approved moving an extra $472,000 to the district attorney's office to create a crime task force focusing on narcotics, which was at the top of Mr. Zappala's wish list. That's in addition to another $300,000