Pennsylvania – A common blood pressure medication is being voluntarily recalled due to concerns that it might contain an ingredient that’s known to cause cancer. The medication’s generic name is valsartan, though it’s also in... Read More.
Curwensville, PA – A missing diabetic 62-year-old Curwensville man has been located and is home safe again. Police say they are not releasing the man's name out of respect to him and his family. Family members... Read More.
DuBois, PA – In part of a statewide opioid crackdown, a DuBois doctor is facing felony charges for prescribing drugs that led to a fatal overdose. Starting in April 2015, 68-year-old Henry Dela Torre prescribed... Read More.
Mahaffey, PA – Someone stole 59 Oxycodone tablets from a Mahaffey man’s UPS package. Oxycodone is an opioid medication that can treat moderate to severe pain. The 5mg medication was taken from a 67-year-old man along... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – In the ongoing battle against opioid addiction, Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced felony charges against a Scranton doctor for overprescribing 17,504 Oxycodone pills to two patients over a two-year period. Shapiro says... Read More.
Danville, PA – Making state news, a Pennsylvania man stole an ambulance with the crew still on board. The ambulance had just dropped off a patient at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville when a... Read More.
DuBois, PA – A DuBois pharmacy technician is being charged for stealing drugs from her workplace. 28-year-old Kaitlyn Petrick is accused of taking Oxycodone pills from the pharmacy at Penn Highlands DuBois nine times during... Read More.
Delaware County, PA – Delaware County in southeastern Pennsylvania is suing 11 pharmaceutical companies and their consulting physicians for what county officials call the deceitful promotion of opioids. The lawsuit claims that companies have misrepresented... Read More.
Philipsburg, PA – A woman allegedly altered her prescription to try to get more pills from the CVS Drug Store in Philipsburg yesterday. The workers at the pharmacy caught the attempt, didn’t fill the prescription,... Read More.