Rally Calls For Increased Port Authority Bus ServiceA group of people who ride city buses held a rally in downtown Pittsburgh Friday morning. They want the Port Authority to increase the bus service in their neighborhoods. They took their concerns to the Port Authority board Friday morning.
3-Alarm Fire Rips Through Apartment Building In GarfieldFlames ripped through an old apartment building in the Garfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
SWAT Called To Home In GarfieldA SWAT situation has ended peacefully.
Police: Man, Allegedly On Drugs, Terrorizes Ex-Girlfriend’s Family, Scuffles With OfficersA man is behind bars and facing many charges after police say he terrorized a family in the city’s Garfield section and scuffled with officers when they tried to take him into custody.
Pittsburgh Police Looking For Missing 13-Year-Old BoyPolice are asking for help from the public in finding a missing teenager who hasn’t been seen for several days.
Police: Driver Of Stolen SUV Slams Into Cars In GarfieldPolice say an early morning driver crashed into several cars parked in Garfield, then drove away.
Discount For Women, Full Price For Men: Woman Opens Store To Make Point About Wage GapA new store in Pittsburgh charges men more than women for the same items.
Tiny Houses Could Be Coming To A Neighborhood Near YouThey've become a national phenomenon -- the answer for people who want to live simply, cheaply and environmentally-friendly -- they've even spawned their own cable television show.
Project Nearing Completion On Penn Ave. In Garfield, Road To Fully ReopenCity officials say a lengthy road construction project through the Garfield business district is wrapping up.
Crews Battle 2-Alarm Duplex Fire In GarfieldA two-alarm fire sent emergency crews to a duplex in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood Wednesday night.
Businesses On Penn Ave. In Garfield Growing Impatient With Road ConstructionA construction project on busy Penn Avenue in Garfield has fallen behind schedule and both drivers and business owners are feeling the pain.
Peduto Looking To Improve Police-Community Relations With Walking PatrolsIt’s something people haven't seen in Homewood in years, police officers -- out of their cars -- walking a beat. It's so-called community-oriented policing, and folks there have taken notice.