Mayor Bill Peduto
Pittsburgh met its new Police Chief Friday for the first time.
The redevelopment of the site of the old Civic Arena has been a controversial topic for years, and this morning local officials made a major announcement regarding plans for the location.
It’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.
After investigations and scandal, rocky community relations, and a rising homicide rate, Mayor Bill Peduto has for the first time in the history of the Pittsburgh Police Bureau selected an outsider as chief.
City of Pittsburgh officials have announced the hiring of a new police chief this afternoon.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Quicker call times and greater efficiency. That’s what City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are saying about the consolidation of 911 service. It has been a long and controversial process, but […]
Former mayor Sophie Masloff will be laid to rest Tuesday morning.
I probably should have written this sooner. My bad.
It looks like it is going to be lights out the an iconic Mt. Washington sign. Hear about the efforts to save it.
Ask the Leaders addresses the issues that affect you from callers in your neighborhoods! This is all about getting the answers you want, when you need them!
It appears that new guidelines put into place ahead of Saturday’s country music concert on the North Shore had a mostly positive effect.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Fans flocked to the North Shore Saturday evening to see several of country music’s biggest stars take the stage. Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert drew tens of thousands of […]
There’s another big country music concert coming to Pittsburgh this weekend, but Mayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
The Peduto administration made history Thursday night when it became the first in the country to use a computerized social networking site to answer tax payers’ questions.
A jury has awarded $105,000 in civil damages to a Pittsburgh man who claimed police used excessive force against him during a 2010 traffic stop.