Two former Georgia state prison inmates are jailed in that state on charges that they phoned Pittsburgh-area residents and scammed six into wiring $990 each, supposedly to pay fines for missing jury duty.
Westmoreland County is putting out a warning about a new phone scam.
The Rolling Stones are rolling into town in June and their loyal fans are in a frenzy to get a choice seat for Mick and the boys.
A jury has reached a verdict in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
A prosecutor has called a news conference to announce his findings about a sheriff’s deputy who was found to have cocaine in his system after he was one of four officers who shot a child-rape suspect.
A Carnegie man who works for the Pittsburgh Public Works Department is in custody after a dramatic series of events that began Tuesday at the Allegheny County Courthouse and ended with a gun stashed in a toilet at a downtown fast food restaurant.
Congress was shocked to learn that at a VA facility in Phoenix, Ariz. 1,700 veterans had languished on waiting lists – and some had died awaiting care.
A French prosecutor announced that a Germanwings co-pilot appeared to want to “destroy the plane.”
How will the new mega-company, formed by the merger of Heinz and Kraft Foods, affect our region?
The overhaul of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County’s antiquated water and sewer systems is estimated at between $2-$3 billion.
A Pennsylvania state trooper has sued the Pittsburgh Police, saying they arrested him on false charges and used excessive force – including a kick to the groin – to arrest him when he tried to calm down a rowdy groomsman following a brawl after his brother’s wedding.
It’s a project estimated at between $2 and $3 billion – and you’ll be picking up the tab.
Elaine Palahunik has never cheated on her taxes, so she was floored to get a call on her answering machine recently telling her to call back or else.
A tax time scam is targeting people all across the nation, including right here in Pittsburgh
They are things you buy all the time – from non-prescription drugs to candy to concert tickets and haircuts – and they are all tax-free in Pennsylvania. That is, at least for now.