As more and more surveillance cameras pop up everywhere, the City of Pittsburgh originally planned to implement its own safeguards to make sure your security and your privacy are balanced.
President Barack Obama arrived in Pittsburgh Tuesday to speak at the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ national convention, and honored slain service members killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The city made a big announcement today in terms of the future of energy solutions.
He’s heard the complaints.
The Macy’s store in downtown Pittsburgh is going to close.
Pittsburgh City Council has simplified an ordinance governing people who want to keep chickens, ducks or goats on their property.
The city with more Super Bowl trophies than any other says they want to host the 2023 Super Bowl.
The time capsule which has been at the center of a custody battle in Pittsburgh has now been opened.
A state appellate court is striking down a Pennsylvania law designed to make it easier for gun-rights advocates to dismantle local gun ordinances.
Preservations activists unveiled an interpretive panel and memorial wall for the former St. Nicholas Croatian Church Site on the North Side Saturday.
When Mayor Bill Peduto came to the podium at Ammon Recreation Center in the Hill District to talk about a nutrition program, the gates of the pool right outside were still shut. The water filtration tank that cleans the pool’s water was mistakenly shipped overseas by the manufacturer.
For the past 150 years, most of the railroad couplers manufactured in the united state have been made at the McConway and Torley Foundry in Lawrenceville — one of the last of vestige of our proud industrial tradition.
The Kenny Chesney concert is wrapped, his entourage is on the way out of town and the overall assessment is that everything went well.
Pittsburgh waterfronts have become a major tourist draw in recent years, but the beautiful view showcased by Just Ducky’s tours has been marred by what was once this iconic sign atop Mt. Washington.
There is a big problem with the sewers in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Fixing it could mean $2-3 billion dollars – a cost which could be passed on to taxpayers.