Scammers are at it again. This time, hijacking people’s cellphone accounts, leaving your phone with no service while they get new phones on your dime.
Mark Cuban is talking about running for president again.
Facebook is testing a new program to combat revenge porn.
Today’s technological advances would have seemed like science fiction when many of us were growing up, so what’s next?
‘Abortion. Not Just For Your Mistress’: Pro-Choice Billboards Cause Stir In Former Rep. Murphy’s District
Drivers in the South Hills are seeing some billboards that may get your attention.
If you want to live in an apartment of the future, you may have a chance in a revamped building from Pittsburgh’s past.
Winning millions of dollars could change your life, right? But, can you imagine winning the lottery and missing out on the prize money?
There’s trouble brewing for beer makers around the country, and it may lead to higher prices for some brews.
People call the night before Halloween “Devil’s Night,” when young people sometimes do mischievous things, but a group of young people is celebrating the night in an entirely different way.
Many of us would like to lose a little weight, but a local man is being featured in a national magazine after losing 315 pounds.
‘I Wouldn’t Want Nobody To Steal My Bike’: Man Who Bought JuJu’s Stolen Bike Says He Didn’t Turn It In For Money
The man who says he turned the stolen bike belonging to Steelers’ wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster over to police is telling his story.
If you watch the CBS show Bull on Tuesday nights, you’re likely to see a local guy with a pretty inspiring story.
The Whitehall Police Department is warning people on Facebook about a text message scam making the rounds.
Thursday is the deadline for proposals from cities hoping to land Amazon’s second headquarters, including Pittsburgh.
Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia is among those on Capitol Hill calling for action after a “60 Minutes” story about the opioid epidemic.