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Pittsburgh's Sister Bridges To Remain Yellow After Overwhelming Response To PollAn online poll that drew more than 12,000 votes shows nearly 85 percent of Pittsburghers don't want the city's three "sister bridges" across the Allegheny River to be painted a different color when they're rehabbed.
Pittsburgh Asked To Weigh In On Paint Colors For "Sister Bridges"What color would you pick out for the Clemente, Warhol and Carson bridges?
Pittsburgh Bike Sharing Program Finally Hits The Ground RunningA new bike sharing program looks to finally get off the ground in Pittsburgh.
Mayor Hopes To Show Off Rebirth Of Pittsburgh In “Undercover Boss” EpisodeBill Peduto, you know him as the mayor of the City of Pittsburgh. But he’s also got an alter ego named Ed.
Mayor Peduto Unrecognizable In Photos For "Undercover Boss" GigYou might not recognize Mayor Bill Peduto in some recently released photos.
Ask The Leaders: Police Chief, Walmart & MoreAsk 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!
Mayor Peduto Voices Support Of Lyft & UberMayor William Peduto is siding against the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission's order for Lyft and Uber to cease and desist operations.
Ask The Leaders: Luke Bryan, Bicyclists, Millennial Generation, And More! Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald join KDKA Radio once a month to take on concerns that are important to residents. Today, the men addressed issues like the Luke Bryan concert, bicycling in the city, "Choice Neighborhood", and more!
Afternoon News Dives Into The Luke Bryan Wrap Up The KDKA Afternoon News is taking a look at Luke Bryan this weekend from a variety of viewpoints.
After "Mysterious Journey" Missing Clock Returned To Mayor's OfficeOne of several items reported missing by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has mysteriously reappeared.
KDKA Warmathon Raises Thousands For Low-Income FamiliesThe 2014 Warmathon has raised enough money to keep the heat on for 835 local, low income families. So far, 5,300 families have been helped by The Dollar Energy Fund since 2009.