Hospital Fires 23 Employees In Case Of Excessive Doses, DeathsAn Ohio hospital system says it's firing 23 more employees and changing leadership after investigating excessive painkiller doses given to dozens of patients who died.
Study: Small Glass Of Sugary Drinks A Day Linked To Increased Risk Of CancerThere's more bad news for fans of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice.
FBI: In Search For Dollar Bank RobberThe FBI and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police need help to identify a male suspect who robbed a Dollar Bank.
University Of Pittsburgh Approves Tuition Increase For 2019-20The Executive and Budget Committees of the University of Pittsburgh's Board of Trustees have approved operating and capital budgets for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Pennsylvania Trying Anew To Auction Mini-Casino LicensesPennsylvania will try again to award licenses for five more mini-casinos, part of an aggressive gambling expansion authorized in 2017 by a cash-hungry state government.
Hamburger Buns And Dinner Rolls Recalled, Potential Choking HazardFlowers Food, one of the largest producers of packaged bakery goods in the U.S., is recalling baked goods including hamburger and hot dog buns and dinner rolls sold by retailers including Walmart, Aldi, Publix, and Piggly Wiggly because they may contain pieces of hard plastic that pose a choking hazard.
Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Falls At Pittsburgh International AirportThe famous dance instructor, Abby Lee Miller, posted on social media after she had fallen out of her wheelchair at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Pa. Ranked Second For State With Most Student DebtThere's a reason why student loan debt has become one of the hottest topics of the 2020 presidential election.
Federal Court Says Amazon Can Be Sued Over Defective ProductA federal appeals court has ruled that Amazon can be sued over a defective product sold by one of its third-party vendors.
First Baby Is Born From Dead Donor's Transplanted WombThe Cleveland Clinic says it has delivered the first baby in North America after a womb transplant from a dead donor.
Supplements Probably Aren't Helping Your Heart, Research SuggestsMore than half of adults report using dietary supplements, but new research suggests that most vitamins and minerals don't do anything for heart health. Some products, according to a review of hundreds of existing studies, may even increase the risk of stroke.