Suspect Acquitted In 2005 Murder Of Man Playing Dice GameA western Pennsylvania man has been acquitted of all charges in the shooting death of a man gunned down while playing dice games in the street in a Pittsburgh-area borough a decade ago.
Debate Over Cell Tower Location Sparks Feud Between BrothersIt may seem like a disagreement between two brothers, but those who are against a brand new cell tower in Fort Allen say it goes way beyond that.
W. Va. Researcher Discovers New Crayfish Species, Named For Hatfield-McCoy FeudA West Virginia researcher has discovered a new crayfish species and named it after one of the families in the legendary Hatfield-McCoy feud.
Police Probe Rash Of Shootings In UniontownIt's been a violent two nights in Uniontown as gunmen have opened fire in several neighborhoods, not caring what or who they hit.
Judge Fines Ross Twp. Homeowners For Old Christmas LightsIt wasn't that many years ago when the Ross Township home owned by Bob Ansell brought Christmas magic -- and contributions to local charities -- for its display of Christmas lights.
Ross Twp. Neighbor Dispute Over Christmas Decorations Getting HeatedIt is more than your usual dispute between neighbors in Ross Township. In fact, it is a battle between brothers and the rest of the neighborhood.
Highmark, UPMC CEOs Testify Before State Senate CommitteeCEOs from Highmark and UPMC spoke to a state Senate committee in Oakland about ongoing contract talks. One purpose of the hearing was to discuss the process of separation between Highmark and UPMC.
Police Called In Over Feud Between Ice Cream VendorsImagine one ice cream truck trying to run another ice cream truck off the road. Uniontown police say that's what happened on Hortense Street last Wednesday.