They’re officers of the law, performing a valuable public service – executing warrants and transporting prisoners, sometimes for little pay.
He was a colonel with sway over the entire 171st Air Wing. Federal prosecutors say Col. Gerard Mangis used it to enrich himself, allegedly conspiring with a co-defendant to defraud the Air Force of more than $200,000.
Connect Cards are quickly growing in demand among Port Authority riders.
Close to two dozen UPMC employees have become the recent victims of identity theft.
The “St. Vincent de Paul Society,” a lay organization, helps people who are in real need of food, shelter and other necessities of life.
A fabulous loft downtown, a home in the suburbs, a luxury townhouse on the slopes – what do these locations all have in common?
Scam artists are trying to use funeral home newsletters as a way to hack into your computer.
After upping the number of customers affected by its credit card information theft — from 40 to 70 million — Target says it’s doing everything it can to protect its shoppers through its zero liability policy.
The indictment of former PA Cyber CEO Nick Trombetta on charges of fraud and theft of more than $8 million dollars in tax money re-fuels an old debate.
Armstrong county officials are warning residents of a possible scam.
A former bank employee has is facing charges after taking nearly $90,000 from elderly customers’ accounts.
A businessman pleaded guilty to three of the seven counts he was facing after an investigation that eventually led to unrelated charges against the police chief.
Mary Mechelli, 54, of McKeesport, was released from custody Friday night after a court appearance in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Lutual Love got a $35,000 grant from the Heinz Endowment to run an anti-bullying program at Mifflin Elementary in Lincoln Place but he had his doubters from the beginning.
The FBI and the IRS carted out dozens of boxes filled with personal papers Wednesday from the home of George Retos on Lemoyne Avenue in East Washington.