Former Pittsburgh police chief Nate Harper has been released from a federal prison in Illinois.
For four decades, Deputy Pittsburgh Police Chief Paul Donaldson has upheld his promise to protect and serve. Now, he’s retiring.
People packed the Pentecostal Church in East Liberty Monday night to meet with the new Pittsburgh Police chief, Cameron McLay.
Pittsburgh met its new Police Chief Friday for the first time.
City of Pittsburgh officials have announced the hiring of a new police chief this afternoon.
Bill Peduto has been mayor of the city now for four months, but he still hasn’t named a new chief for his embattled police bureau, which is in dire need of new leadership.
Former Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges.
Former city employee Christine Kebr has been sentenced to three years of probation for her conviction in a bid rigging conspiracy with businessman Art Bedway.
A businessman and former friend of Pittsburgh’s ex-police chief has been sentenced to three years probation for bribing a city official to get a $327,000 contract to put radios and computers in city police cars.
His name is now on the door, but Mayor Bill Peduto’s office is still full of boxes, as he met with KDKA political editor Jon Delano for his first TV sit-down interview as mayor to discuss key issues facing the city.
Pittsburgh’s police pension fund says a former chief who pleaded guilty in a corruption case will lose a $63,000 pension.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police hit bottom this week. Two ranking members of the bureau were subpoenaed before a grand jury, and today, the former chief pleaded guilty to charges of corruption — unfairly tarring all those who serve.
There was high profile testimony Tuesday in front of the grand jury that is investigating Pittsburgh city government.
A businessman pleaded guilty to three of the seven counts he was facing after an investigation that eventually led to unrelated charges against the police chief.
David Fields, 54, who runs a used car dealership on Fifth Avenue, in Oakland, was arrested by Pittsburgh Police Monday, but not before he was tasered several times in a confrontation with officers outside his business.