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.
West Virginia Physician On Probation After Writing Fraudulent PrescriptionsA West Virginia physician has been sentenced to probation for writing fraudulent prescriptions so he could get drugs.
Pennsylvania Contractor Sentenced For Fraud At New Jersey Military BasesA Pennsylvania contractor that took kickbacks at two military bases is heading to federal prison for fraud.
100s Of Pittsburgh Public School Credit Cards Run Up Millions Of Dollars In PurchasesHundreds of credit cards issued by the district to teachers and staff have questionable oversight and controls.
State Police Searching For Suspect In Large-Scale Fraud RingState Police in Somerset are looking for a suspect posing a Publisher's Clearinghouse employee.
Former Treasurer Of Ambulance Service Accused Of Stealing $136,140The former treasurer of Brownsville Ambulance Services, Inc. was indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on charges of mail fraud and theft from a program receiving federal funds.
Charges Brought Against Pittsburgh LobbyistThe operator of a Pittsburgh-based government lobbying firm is facing charges of taking an excess of $100,000 from small businesses.
Longtime Pa. Clerk Of Courts Pleads Guilty To FraudA longtime Pennsylvania clerk of courts has pleaded guilty to federal charges that he stole public money and then tried to hide his tracks by forging records.
Hacker Gained Access To 100 Million Capital One Credit Card ApplicationsCapital One said a hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customer accounts and credit card applications earlier this year.
Relative Of African Dictator Admits To Counterfeiting Money In Ring With Ties To PittsburghA son of missionaries who later married into the family of an African dictator has admitted to his role in an international counterfeiting operation.
260 Charged In Justice Department Crackdown On Elder Fraud SchemesThe Department of Justice has brought charges against hundreds of defendants who allegedly targeted people over 60.