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New Public Safety Director Hopes To Boost Morale, Tackle Many IssuesActing Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich approached the podium Tuesday with Mayor Bill Peduto.
Pittsburgh Plans To Celebrate Turning 200 In 2016Pittsburgh will celebrate its rich history with its bicentennial this year.
Pittsburgh Mayor Hires FBI Agent As Public Safety DirectorPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has hired a former city paramedic and 25-year FBI veteran as the city's public safety director.
Judge Rejects Pittsburgh Paid Sick Leave OrdinanceA western Pennsylvania judge has struck down a Pittsburgh ordinance requiring city employers to provide paid sick leave to employees.
Pittsburgh Set For Preliminary Vote To Reduce Pot PenaltyPittsburgh City Council is set to take a preliminary vote on an ordinance that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana or hashish.
Mayor Peduto Raises Pittsburgh Workers' Minimum Wage To $15 By 2021Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has issued an executive order raising all city employees' minimum wages to $15 an hour by the year 2021.
City Officials Investigating Officer's Takedown Slam Of Cubs Fan At PNC ParkThe city will investigate a police officer's takedown slam of a Chicago Cubs fan who was kicked out of the National League wild-card playoff game.
Peduto Announces Changes To City's Health & Wellness InitiativesGetting healthy will have some added financial perks if you work for the City of Pittsburgh.
Mayor Orders Investigation After Video Shows Cubs Fan's Violent ArrestVideo has surfaced that shows what appears to be a Cubs fan in a goat costume being body slammed by police and taken into custody at PNC Park.
Nick Varischetti Leads ICA As Feud With Mayor Deepens Over Gaming FundsMeet 31-year-old Nick Varischetti.
Mayor Names Today "Pittsburgh Passion Day" For Football TeamVery few teams in Pittsburgh, or anywhere, for that matter, have dominated their opponents quite like the Pittsburgh Passion.
Dozens Turn Out For Meeting About North Side ViolenceDozens of residents turned up at a meeting in Brighton Heights on a recent surge in violence on the North Side.

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