The lights were on in Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s office Thursday night. But if the mayor was in, he wasn’t about to speak to the gauntlet of cameras and reporters waiting outside his office.
A new exhibit at the City County Building in Pittsburgh is celebrating Black History Month. It honors African Americans who served in the military during the Civil War.
It is a sure sign that summer is on its way! The first of the Citiparks’ Farmer’s Markets opened for business Friday morning in Downtown Pittsburgh.
It is a sure sign that summer is on its way!
The rallying cry of Steelers Nation was heard loud and clear today as Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh hosted a “Break the Broncos” pep rally downtown ahead of this weekend’s Wild Card playoff matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos.
Outrage over high property reassessments in Allegheny County will make its way to court Tuesday morning as the appeals process begins.
It’s the City of Pittsburgh versus the City of Pittsburgh – that is what the court papers will read after what is being described as a bizarre incident at City Hall. The incident started in the parking spaces alongside City Hall where local officials park their vehicles, including the mayor and City Council members.
The Pittsburgh Bomb Squad is investigating a suspicious package that was found downtown Friday morning.
Pull out your black and gold and practice that Terrible Towel wave; no, there’s not a football game today, but fans will want to cheer on Steelers superstar Hines Ward and his dancing partner Kym Johnson.
A protest took place this afternoon in downtown Pittsburgh over the reinstatement of three city police officers who were accused in the beating of a CAPA High School student last year.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Hundreds of union supporters gathered in downtown Pittsburgh Thursday to express solidarity with protestors in Wisconsin. Friday, there was another rally — this one to support Wisconsin’s governor and to send a […]
If you’re walking around downtown, you may notice some historic buildings. Executive Director of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, Louise Sturgess, and Al Tanner compiled a list of the top five buildings you can see on foot in Pittsburgh!