BBB Issues Customer Survey Scam Alert With Summer TwistAn old scam is back, but with a summer twist.
State Police Issue Alert About Red Light Violation Email ScamState Police have issued a warning to Pennsylvania residents about a possible new phishing scam popping up in inbox claiming you ran a red light.
Seton-LaSalle HS Closed Due To Violent ThreatOfficials closed Seton-LaSalle High School in Mt. Lebanon due to a violent threat.
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning Over Rewards Survey ScamLoyalty rewards programs -- coupons, discounts and cashback -- are a long-established, effective methods used by retailers to keep customers coming back.
Ferrante Formally Sentenced To Life In Prison In Cyanide Poisoning CaseA former University of Pittsburgh researcher was sentenced for the death of his wife today.
Experts Issue Warning About 'Email Apnea'We've long known that a lack of sleep can be a serious health threat. Now, doctors have another concern. It's a new condition that could affect anyone who uses an electronic device.
Outage Of PSP's Internet-Based Systems Brings Firearms Sales To HaltPennsylvania State Police are experiencing an outage which is affecting its internet–based systems.
Juror In Cyanide Poisoning Case: “I Feel That We Did Justice”Several jurors are opening up about the experience after handing down a first-degree murder conviction to the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide.
Jury Finds Ferrante Guilty In Cyanide Poisoning TrialAfter hours of deliberations, the jury has found Dr. Robert Ferrante, the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning and killing his wife with cyanide, guilty of first-degree murder.
Jury Sequestered For Night After 1st Day Of Deliberations In Cyanide Poisoning TrialThe four-woman, eight-man jury in the Robert Ferrante trial has been sequestered for the night following the first day of deliberations, which lasted about six hours.
Defense Rests After Ferrante Takes Stand As Cyanide Poisoning Trial ContinuesAs a former Allegheny County coroner, Dr. Cyril Wecht has helped prosecutors put people accused of homicide behind bars. But on Wednesday he'll try to help a University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of fatally poisoning his wife avoid that fate.