Mayor Peduto Submits 2017 Budgets To City CouncilMayor Bill Peduto says it will take $539.3 million to run Pittsburgh effectively and efficiently in 2017.
Pittsburgh Mayor, Police Chief To Address Resignation RumorsThere are rumors circulating Thursday that Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay may be resigning soon.
Mayor Peduto, Boston Mayor Talk Politics At Ritter's DinerBacon, eggs, toast and politics dominated the menu at Ritters Diner on Baum Boulevard.
Fixing Washington Blvd. Flooding Problem Will Cost BillionsFlooding in western Pennsylvania is a problem, and a post agenda meeting in City Council was called to address some of the concerns.
Mayor Says City Will Take Ownership Of Washington Blvd. Flood GatesPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto plans to address the failure of electronic warning gates that didn't keep motorists off a flooded road where four people died in flash floods in the same area five years ago.
Pittsburgh Peace Summit Hopes To Improve Police, Community RelationsA peace summit is being held today to focus on ways to improve relations between police and the community.
Doyle Leads Local Rally For Congressional Action On Gun ViolenceIf Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan refuses to schedule an up-or-down vote on “No Fly No Buy” for terrorists and universal background checks for gun purchases, another sit-in like that last week in the House is likely.
Pittsburgh Police To Move Into Larger Training CenterPittsburgh Police will soon have a new place to train on the North Side.
Orlando Victims Honored At Pittsburgh Pride Equality MarchIt was a day to celebrate cultural diversity and inclusion.
Affordable Housing Scarce As Region Attracts New Jobs & ResidentsWhen new businesses come to this region like the Shell cracker plant or existing companies expand like Google in Bakery Square, you know there's a need for more housing.
Black & Gold Day Declared In Pittsburgh As Penguins Prepare For Game 2The Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final tonight against the San Jose Sharks.
'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

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