Former mayor Sophie Masloff passed away on Sunday. Now, the public can pay their respects to the beloved mayor at City Hall.
Every mayor of Pittsburgh brings a different style and personality to the job — the grandmotherly Sophie Masloff, the technical skills of Tom Murphy, the people-loving Bob O’Connor, and the youthful Luke Ravenstahl — quick impressions come to mind. So what about Bill Peduto?
Two high-ranking officials were called to testify as part of an ongoing Grand Jury investigation Wednesday morning.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he knows right where the FBI investigation is going, very simply, it’s getting personal.
In his first extensive interview in a long time, KDKA’s Marty Griffin sat down with Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, who wants the public to know that he certainly is not a criminal and he never broke the law.
They’re trying to keep a stiff, shaven upper lip in Missouri, but the ruggedly handsome truth is that the American Mustache Institute is relocating from St. Louis to Pittsburgh.
Political insiders who work at City Hall say recent video of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl at work at City Hall is becoming a rare sight.
There’s a reason Bill Peduto used a city street sweeper as a symbol of his campaign.
KDKA Investigators are learning more about how Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s bodyguards operated; it’s information that could be contributing to the mayor’s concern about where various investigations could be headed.
When the lights flicked on outside of Ellwood City Hall on Friday night for Light Up Night, the nativity scene that sat there for 55 years was noticeable absent. Those who grew up seeing it say it is missed.
There is trouble at City Hall in Butler County, and it seems to be with the three county commissioners.
A fatal shooting in Aliquippa earlier this week has prompted a meeting of community leaders in an effort to send out a message to people that police are serious about cracking down on crime.
A total of 99 citations were given out Monday morning at Pittsburgh City Hall and this time, it was police officers who were receiving them.
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.