Mayor Luke Ravenstahl
With a series of surveillance cameras all over the city, we all know big brother is watching
Gov. Tom Corbett went to Mayor Bill Peduto’s office on Thursday to deliver news that Peduto wanted to hear — the state will not yet remove the city from its Act 47 distressed status.
Although Mayor Bill Peduto scheduled his first sit-down TV interview with KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Wednesday, he really didn’t want to sit down at all.
Mayor-elect Bill Peduto has known him for years, but he’s not exactly well-known to the public. Attorney Kevin Acklin will soon be the city’s number two man — as Peduto’s chief of staff.
Over 1,200 citizens took part in drafting what Mayor-elect Bill Peduto calls a blue-print for the city, yielding 47 different reports on how to improve city services.
Running a red light in the city of Pittsburgh is about to get a little more risky.
A Scott Township native, Bill Peduto is the first suburban-born resident in over a hundred years to be elected mayor of Pittsburgh.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he’ll be more visible in the coming weeks. As he toured the new Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District Wednesday, he said he was focusing not only on the market but also on his legacy.
The outgoing Mayor is barely seen or heard from these days, but Wednesday he made a rare public appearance in South Side.
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.
Many of us paused today to remember the deadly terror attacks that took place 12 years ago.
There was high profile testimony Tuesday in front of the grand jury that is investigating Pittsburgh city government.
“We’ve rebuilt downtown. We’ve recreated a neighborhood here, and I’m just really pleased and excited to be part of that,” said Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.