French Kids Thank Pittsburgh For Climate Action Plan SupportPittsburgh's mayor and City Council have received hand-drawn cards from children in Paris thanking them for their support of the Paris climate accord.
Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Parade Set For WednesdayThe Penguins are Stanley Cup champions and just like last year, there’s going to be a big parade in downtown Pittsburgh!
Peduto, Pittsburghers Participate In 'March For Truth'Mayor Peduto and hundreds of Pittsburghers participated in a "March For Truth" Saturday morning.
Pittsburgh Mayor Issues Executive Order In Response To Trump's Paris Climate DecisionMayor Bill Peduto has issued an executive order a day after pledging Pittsburgh would continue to follow the guidelines of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Peduto Stresses Importance Of Green Infrastructure In Pittsburgh Water SystemMayor Bill Peduto spoke out on his disagreement with the president on more than one matter Thursday.
Leaders Working To Bring New, Renewable Energy Sources To PittsburghMayor Bill Peduto met with policy and business leaders this morning to discuss how people in Pittsburgh use different types of energy.
Sources: Officer Involved In South Side Fight Previously Faced Domestic Violence Charges Sources tell KDKA that Pittsburgh Police Officer Raymond Toomey was charged by police in Massachusetts in a domestic violence incident.
Article Asks 'Is Pittsburgh Going To Eat Philly's Lunch?'The Steel City, once laid low by industrial collapse, is now seen as a "city that made it through."
Volunteers Clean North Side Homeless Camp For Earth DayIn honor of Earth Day, volunteers came to a North Side homeless camp to clean up trash and debris.
Mayor's Use Of Trump In First Campaign Ad Infuriates His ChallengersMayor Peduto uses President Trump to kick off his first campaign ad of the reelection year.
Mayor Peduto Takes On Uber: 'There's A Pittsburgh Way Of Doing Business'The love between city of Pittsburgh and Uber has gone cold.
Peduto: County Controller's Plan To Fix Lead Problem Is Too Expensive & IllegalPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is reacting to comments by the Allegheny County Controller claiming the city isn't doing enough to address problems with lead in the water in PWSA lines.