Homeless Couple Accused Of Stealing Thousands In Checks From Washington Co. Churches, CemeteriesA homeless couple is facing criminal charges for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of checks in Washington County.
Former West Virginia University Professor Sentenced To 3 Months In Fraud CaseA judge has ordered a former West Virginia University physics professor who admitted committing federal fraud to serve three months in prison.
Former WVU Associate Professor Pleads Guilty To FraudA former West Virginia University associate professor admitted to wire fraud and filing a false tax return.
Department Of Labor And Industry Warns Of Unemployment FraudThe state is taking steps to cut down on unemployment fraud, scams and other problems, too.
Beechview Woman Believes Her Identity Was Stolen After Receiving Unemployment Money Despite Not Working For Nearly A DecadeThe state has paid out $16.6 billion in unemployment benefits since mid-March, but now the system is dealing with a new problem.
New York City Man Arrested For Selling Fraudulent COVID-19 Testing ServicesFollowing a tip from a Western Pennsylvania consumer, a man was arrested for selling fraudulent COVID-19 testing kits.
Shaler Twp. Police: Man Accused Of Taking Money Upfront For Home Improvement Work He Wouldn't FinishLocal police are issuing a "community alert" about a construction company that's allegedly taking money up front but not completing any work.
U.S. Army Warns Public To Ignore Fake Military Draft Notices Via Text MessageThe U.S. Army is warning the public about fraudulent text messages alerting individuals that they have been selected for a military draft.
Police Arrest Four Involved In Fraud Check Scheme, Stole Money From Educational OrganizationFour people have been arrested in a local fraudulent check scheme on Monday.
South Park Twp. Woman Accused Of Forging Checks, Taking Nearly $28,000 From 91-Year-Old ManA South Park woman is facing more than 60 counts of forgery after she allegedly stole nearly $28,000 from a 91-year-old man.
KDKA Investigates: In Federal Lawsuit, Local Inventors Say InventHelp Let Them DownAs a kid, Brian Antonelli was tethered to his mother's apron strings, helping her make her signature Italian wedding soup.