Bagpipes and flags ushered in the swearing-in of four Pittsburgh city council incumbents today — Darlene Harris, Bruce Kraus, Patrick Dowd, and Ricky Burgess — and one new member — Corey O’Connor — son of the late Mayor Bob O’Connor.
There’s fallout following a KDKA Investigation. The mayor of Pittsburgh is outraged by the ticketing of fire trucks. The trucks were tagged outside City Hall while firefighters were inside getting flu shots.
An investigation is underway after a window at the campaign headquarters of the president of Pittsburgh City Council was broken sometime overnight. The building is located on East Ohio Street on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Streets like Beechwood Boulevard are in terrible condition and the mayor and council are pointing fingers. Today, the mayor took aim at the pet projects of some council members.
It might make a lot of people angry to learn one city council member may be diverting money for paving into pet projects.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — City Council passed another plan to keep the state from taking over the city’s pension fund Wednesday. After summoning the mayor to their meeting, they quickly learned that he was not on […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As the clock ticks down to midnight on Friday when the state takes over the city’s pension fund, some members of city council tried a last ditch effort to avoid that takeover. […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — While the city of Pittsburgh was making budget cuts, public works crews were busy near the home of City Council President Darlene Harris. Harris admits she pushed for the work, but at […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — When city workers plowed her street first, it wasn’t hard to find some yelling favoritism. And now a KD Investigation has found that was just one example of what some might call […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – City Council passed an ordinance to ban Marcellus Shale drilling with a unanimous vote Tuesday morning. Pittsburgh City Council’s vote was 9-0 to adopt an ordinance that would ban Marcellus Shale drilling […]