With Chief Nate Harper being asked to resign by the mayor on Wednesday, the focus now shifts to finding a permanent replacement.
A scandal within the Pittsburgh Police Department has resulted in Chief Nate Harper being out of a job.
Local officials are weighing in following the removal of former Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper amid a growing federal investigation.
Major news coming out of Pittsburgh City Hall, Police Chief Nate Harper has resigned at the request of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
Here’s a round up of some of Tuesday’s top news stories from the KDKA Afternoon News.
Trips to police conventions, trips to a police memorial, police shields and a fallen police officer’s car loan are some of the purchases being scrutinized by investigators.
A city councilman is now calling on Mayor Luke Ravenstahl to put Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper on a leave of absence.
Just a day after the FBI seized documents from Pittsburgh Police Headquarters, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is reacting to the federal investigation.
FBI agents removed boxes of documents from the Pittsburgh police headquarters Tuesday afternoon.
Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper is coming under more scrutiny after an outside business interest is questioned.
Despite media reports, Pittsburgh Police officials say Chief Nate Harper is not on a leave of absence. The fact that he hasn’t been in the office this week, and is being investigated by a federal grand jury, has been fueling speculation.
The KDKA Investigators have confirmed that a federal grand jury is investigating Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper’s role in the awarding of a contract to a security company that may or may not have been qualified to receive that contract.
New details are coming out about the hostage situation that unfolded in Gateway Three in Downtown Pittsburgh Friday. Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper says the suspect, 22-year-old Klein Thaxton, began his journey at 3 a.m. He is a resident of a three-quarter house in the Beechview area.
For the second day, Jordan Miles’ attorneys were unsuccessful at getting Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper to testify Miles was improperly arrested and beaten in January 2010.
Attorneys for Jordan Miles continue to make the case that their client was brutally beaten by officers Richard Ewing, Michael Saldutte and David Sisak and is suffering long-term effects from the incident.