Tuition Insurance Can Help College Students Who Withdraw Due To Coronavirus Get RefundMany students are opting for tuition insurance just in case they get sick.
Restaurants, Small Businesses Struggle To Survive As Insurance Rates Rise Amid Coronavirus PandemicFor small businesses and restaurants, survival is the name of the game.
'Understand The Consequences': Pa. Gov. Wolf Issues Stern Warning To Businesses Defying Coronavirus Shutdown OrderThe administration of Gov. Tom Wolf issued a warning Monday to businesses that choose to open in defiance of the pandemic shutdown, saying they could be jeopardizing their insurance coverage.
Pa. Consumers Warned About Unsolicited Insurance Sales RobocallsThe Pennsylvania Insurance Department is warning consumers to beware of robocalls trying to sell insurance.
Annual Three Rivers Regatta CanceledThe annual Three Rivers Regatta has officially been canceled.
New Bill Would Make State-Funded Landslide Insurance AvailableWith record-setting rains saturating unstable hillsides, landslides have become an everyday reality in our region -- blocking and buckling roadways and taking the homes out from under dozens of families.
Distracted Driving Causing Insurance Rates To SkyrocketPolice and lawmakers have taken steps to try to make drivers put down their gadgets and pay attention, but many people continue to be distracted while behind the wheel.
Insurance Snafu Forces Munhall To Shut Down Fire Dept. For A DayMunhall had to go 24 hours without a fire department because of an insurance snafu.
Wolf To Sign Bill Requiring Insurance Parity For Chemo PillsGov. Tom Wolf's office says he'll sign legislation that would require cancer patients in Pennsylvania to get the same insurance coverage for certain oral drugs as for intravenous medications.
3D Mammograms Now Covered By Insurance In PennsylvaniaWhen it comes to screening for breast cancer, some women need more than just a mammogram to get a thorough look. They get a 3D picture called tomosynthesis.
PennDOT Computer Glitch Leaves Man Driving With "Apparent" Stolen PlatesA PennDOT computer glitch left one local man in quite a predicament.
Highmark Loses Hospitals' Lawsuit Over Reimbursement CutsA Western Pennsylvania health insurance giant will have to pay a dozen hospitals money that it withheld, a judge is ruling.
New App Documents In-Home Belongings In Event Of Break-InIf somebody breaks into your home, would you know what to report to the insurance company?
Angie’s List: Taking The Stress Out Of Moving
Cystic Fibrosis Patient Seeking Help From UPMCKatie Prager has cystic fibrosis and needs a double lung transplant to save her life. The problem: insurance won't pay for it.