The story that started a fund for a 3 Year Old kicked out of a KFC turns out to be a hoax. Are there more stories like this out there? How common are they?
It’s a little town filled with big-hearted people. Smithton, Westmoreland County has a population just fewer than 400 people.
Police have been trying to find whoever sent texts to a western Pennsylvania 911 dispatch center, claiming that a man had an AK-47 rifle and five bodies in his home.
A man who says he was the victim of a violent robbery is now facing charges.
It turns out the suspected attempted kidnapping in West Mifflin early this week was all a rouse.
The Hollywood Theater in Dormont has to raise $75,000 by the end of this year to switch over to digital projectors or it will have to close its doors.
It’s a story that has the nation and the world talking. It was a tragic love story that prompted an outpouring of support for a college football star at Norte Dame. But now, many are shaking their heads after it was revealed the story of Manti Te’o and his girlfriend who died of leukemia was a hoax.
One of the most inspirational stories of this college football season is a hoax, according to Deadspin.
Emergency officials in Indiana County say a call that came in from a woman claiming to be in labor in the parking lot of the Indiana Mall was a prank.
Police say a Fayette County woman claimed she had been tied up with a dog collar, cut with a razor, beaten and raped by a man who was dressed as a woman. But now comes word from police that the whole story was a hoax.