With not that many weeks before Christmas, shoppers in stores and on-line are spending lots of dollars to make their holiday a sweet one.
Police in Beaver County are trying to track down a suspected con artist, accused of swindling his friends and an employer out of vehicles, electronics and even food.
Police are alerting local residents about a new scam that’s making the rounds.
With just over eight weeks until Christmas, a new scam involving packages has hit the Internet, and quite possibly, your email.
The death of Robin Williams stunned a lot of people.
When GetGo customers pull up to the gasoline pumps at at least one GetGo in the region, they are greeted with a notice, alerting the customer to thieves who are asking to borrow customers’ Giant Eagle Advantage Cards.
Every day millions of letters are delivered to our homes.
Buying a new home is likely the largest purchase you will ever make, so it makes sense to have that home inspected before you sign on the dotted line.
Most families have a safety plan to follow when severe weather strikes. But when the sky clears and cleanup begins, don’t let your guard down.
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?
Everybody likes to get a package in the mail, but the U.S. Postal Service is warning that scam artists are taking advantage of that.
Franklin Park Police Chief Donald Dorsch has seen scams hit the area before, but a national one that’s now targeted two local residents is something new.
Your federal tax return is due at the IRS in less than seven weeks. Have you filed your taxes yet?
Duquesne Light says scam artists continue to target its customers. They now have a new warning about what you need to watch out for.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be on the look out for the “one ring” cell phone scam.