Carnegie Mellon University
A Carnegie Mellon University graduate student was arrested Wednesday and is now facing drug charges, accused of running a meth distribution ring that stretched from Pittsburgh to the state of California.
A Carnegie Mellon University student has been kicked out of school after being accused of videotaping dozens of students in the showers of a campus dorm.
Carnegie Mellon University is apologizing after mistakenly telling about 800 applicants they got into a graduate computer science program.
Ride-sharing service Uber is partnering with Carnegie Mellon University on a Pittsburgh research lab they say could lead to the development of driverless cars.
Is there a way to help your dog or cat live longer? And not just longer, but also with a better quality of life?
A pair of local college students have created a Black History Month exhibit they hope will have a positive impact on the community.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people about a scam where your cellphone isn’t merely infected, it’s frozen, and the scammers demand ransom to unlock it.
It’s filling sports arenas throughout the world. Competitors square off for multi-million dollar prizes. But is it a sport?
A new report says more and more young women attending college in the Pittsburgh area are signing up with controversial “Sugar Daddy” websites to help fund their education and avoid student loans.
Have you ever wondered about the privacy of apps on your smartphone?
CMU is trying to land a robot on the moon to win Google Lunar’s XPrize, worth more than $20 million.
The ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge” raised more than $115 million this year. It also made people more aware of the debilitating illness.
General Electric plans to build a $32 million facility near Pittsburgh International Airport to develop three-dimensional printing and other high-tech manufacturing processes.
It seems like science fiction, or something out of the movies. Being able to read someone’s mind is happening for real, right here in Pittsburgh.
There few things more frustrating than that phone call from your credit card company’s security department letting you know your account has been compromised and they need to cancel your card.