You know when ratings come around, TV stations get a little be crazy in their story selection.
Then there is stations like WTAE in Pittsburgh that go totally off the deep end.
The station ran a story of a local woman that claims that the Virgin Mary is her first cousin 65 times removed.
How does she know this? Because she found out on ancestry.com.
Of course everything is true on the Internet. Right?
According to WTAE Mary Beth Webb, of Murrysville, said she began searching her ancestry in 2010 after years of "communicating" with her deceased mother, father and brother.
"I know a lot of people are skeptical and want proof and all that. I can only share what happened to me and hope they can learn from it," Webb said.
And thanks to WTAE and the we'll do anything for ratings attitude, Webb got the chance to share her story.
And somehow this is what constitutes news in Pittsburgh.