The McCandless town council is expected to vote on a proposal for a Walmart Supercenter at tonight’s meeting.
Brentwood council is looking at ways to cut costs.
A former council member from O’Hara Township was in court this morning for a preliminary hearing.
A former O’Hara Township councilman is in jail, accused of sharing child pornography and rigging his oven to leak gas before investigators searched his house.
Properties covered in mud, muck and debris — a constant stream of water pouring down a hillside, roads buckling from the run-off.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek hosts Ask The Leaders with Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald for a chance to pick the brains of two of the most influential leaders in our city.
It doesn’t have to be just for Pirates games. The Roberto Clemente Bridge and more have closed down for other big events.
University of Pittsburgh Professor Brenda Berrian said Thursday night that Nelson Mandela’s legacy is “wanting peace, justice and wanting all races to get along with each other.”
A war of words between the Allegheny County District Attorney and county administrators over drug enforcement could be coming to an end in a few hours.
For the first time ever, Pittsburgh is a step closer to an ordinance that would govern valet parking procedures.
You can still park for free in the evening at city meters, for now. After a lengthy debate, Pittsburgh City Council gave preliminary approval to turn off parking meters at 6 p.m.
After an hour and a half of heated debate, Pittsburgh City Council voted to delay a preliminary vote on rolling back parking meter enforcement from 10 p.m. back to 6 p.m.
The 16th Street Bridge will soon be known by a different name.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to Pittsburgh City Councilman Ricky Burgess about a new bill that City Council voted on Tuesday.