A Scott Township native, Bill Peduto is the first suburban-born resident in over a hundred years to be elected mayor of Pittsburgh.
In addition to choosing Bill Peduto to be the next mayor of Pittsburgh, local voters also decided that city workers should live inside city limits.
In an unsurprising election, Bill Peduto will become the next mayor of Pittsburgh.
Should city employees like police and firefighters be required to live in the city — or should the city be free to hire the most qualified employees no matter where they live?
Today is Election Day and there are some key races to be aware of in our area.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police hit bottom this week. Two ranking members of the bureau were subpoenaed before a grand jury, and today, the former chief pleaded guilty to charges of corruption — unfairly tarring all those who serve.
The appearance that insider knowledge was the only way to get choice after-hours assignments at local nightspots and other events, for which uniformed officers could apply, has brought federal and local scrutiny.
At the Pittsburgh Fire Academy, 28 recruits — training to become firefighters — are drilled in all aspects of fire suppression.
The job can be dangerous and difficult for sure, but you might be surprised to find out that of the city’s top 100 paid employees last year, more than half were firefighters, each making more than $115,000.
It’s a tale of two cities — with two very different outcomes.
A new witness was called before a federal grand jury delving into Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s administration.
The mayor hasn’t been seen much of late — so reporters seized the opportunity to pepper him with questions about the continuing grand jury investigation into his administration.
Chances are good you’ve never heard of Josh Wander, the Republican candidate for Mayor of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Democratic mayoral candidate Bill Peduto joined Colin Dunlap Sunday morning to talk about the local sports teams.
It operates a lot like light rail. The doors open on either the left or the right, and the platforms are at door-level.