Pittsburgh police have been looking for a mentally ill woman they say shot her mother through the front door of the victim's home without provocation.
Police say the suspect, 27-year-old India Rayzer, is schizophrenic and bipolar.
They say Rayzer is estranged from her mother and hadn't seen her in more than a year before Rayzer knocked on the door about 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
Police say Rayzer fired before her mother could open the door and that the 58-year-old woman was wounded in the shoulder, grazed on her face by another bullet and hit with pieces of broken glass. Police say they expect the victim to recover.
Police say they want to find Rayzer before she shoots or tries to harm somebody else.
In-home nurse charged in premature boy's death
UNIONTOWN — An in-home nurse has been charged with child endangerment for allegedly not doing enough to help a southwestern Pennsylvania baby who was born prematurely and died when he began struggling to breathe while she was caring for him.
Online court records don't list a criminal attorney for 42-year-old Jackie Sue Yeagley, of North Union, who, court records show, is also targeted in a pending lawsuit by the parents of Derek Miskanin Jr.
The 7-month-old boy died in the Uniontown Hospital emergency room on Dec. 4, 2011, about an hour after he began having trouble breathing at home. The Fayette County district attorney charges that Yeagley didn't properly respond when alarms on the boy's ventilator signaled he was in distress about 12:20 a.m.
An attorney representing Yeagley in the civil matter didn't immediately return a call Thursday.
Man charged with murder in crash death of girl
DOYLESTOWN — Prosecutors say a suburban Philadelphia man was driving his muscle car more than 140 mph when it rear-ended another vehicle, killing a 9-year-old girl.
Now 37-year-old Drew Bodden faces third-degree murder and related charges in the crash that killed Holly Huynh in Doylestown, Bucks County, on the night before Thanksgiving.
Huynh's grandmother remains hospitalized after police say Bodden rammed into the back of her Honda CRV. The fourth-grade Huynh was pronounced dead at the scene.
Authorities say Bodden's modified Mustang was going between 142 and 154 mph. Investigators say the car's speedometer was stuck just below 160 mph when they examined the wreckage.
Bodden turned himself in to face charges Thursday. A message left for his attorney wasn't immediately returned.