'Underwear Bike Ride' Kicks Off In Lawrenceville ThursdayWith new bike lanes everywhere, it was inevitable this event was coming to Pittsburgh: the Underwear Bike Rid
Officials Announce Vision For New Strip District Riverfront ParkOfficials announced Friday their vision plan for the Strip District Riverfront Park at various points along the river connected by updated trails.
Uber's Self-Driving Technology To Get 'Real World' TestUber is stepping up their efforts in Pittsburgh to develop self-driving technology.
Pat Toomey Calls For An End To Sanctuary CitiesU.S. Sen. Pat Toomey says some of those unlawfully in this country can pose a danger especially when arrested and released by local law enforcement.
Sign Dedication Held To Honor 3 Legends Of South OaklandA new sign in South Oakland honors the legacies of Dan Marino, Bruno Sammartino and Andy Warhol.
Local Group Working To Bring Awareness To Homeless LGBT Youth IssueThere is a national effort to address teen homelessness among the LGBT population. One organization in Pittsburgh is doing its part.
Extra Police For Protests And Presidential Candidate Visits Cost Local TaxpayersWhile the candidates pay for the venue and all that goes on inside, protecting the candidates outside and keeping protests safe create an expense for taxpayers.
North Shore Development Leaving Few Available ParcelsThe focus of a Monday meeting between Steelers executives and local officials at Heinz Field was development on the North Shore.
Mayor Applauds Efforts Of Many Volunteers Around CityPittsburgh is part of a national coalition of cities whose mayors have committed to make a difference in their hometowns via volunteering.
Mayor Orders Review Of Pittsburgh Police Sergeant’s PromotionTwo Pittsburgh Police officers were promoted to the rank of sergeant on Thursday. However, one of them is now being reviewed.
Officials: Lawsuits Against City, Complaints About Police DecreasingPittsburgh leaders announced some positive statistics about the city on Wednesday.
Pittburghers Celebrate The City's 200th BirthdayHeinz History Center president Andy Masich kicked off Pittsburgh's Bicentennial celebration at the City-County Building Friday morning.