City Council May Extend ShotSpotter Contract In PittsburghCity Council may extend a contract to use technology that identifies gunshots and automatically notifies police in Pittsburgh's highest-crime areas.
Pittsburgh Council Votes to Decriminalize Marijuana, HashThe Pittsburgh City Council has voted to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana or hashish, a bill Mayor Bill Peduto says he'll sign.
Pittsburgh City Council Votes To Decriminalize PotPeople caught with a small amount of marijuana in the city of Pittsburgh will no longer automatically be sent to jail under legislation approved by the City Council.
Pittsburgh City Council One Step Closer To Decriminalizing PotPittsburgh City Council will hear what residents think about a measure that would decriminalize people found with small amounts of marijuana or hashish.
City-Wide Rental Property Inspection Bill Given Preliminary ApprovalA bill was given preliminary approval that would require a city-wide inspection program for 40,000 rental properties.
City Council Takes Steps To Crackdown On Puppy MillsPittsburgh City Council is backing a plan to make it harder for people to sell pets by way of so-called puppy mills.
Council Members Introduce Legislation About PWSA Billing IssuesTwo Pittsburgh City Council members introduced legislation today involving the billing issues with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
Pittsburgh Councilman's Bill To Decriminalize Pot Introduced To CouncilA Pittsburgh city councilman wants to decriminalize possession of small amounts marijuana.
City Councilwoman Introduces New Ordinance Aimed At Protecting PetsThe focus of a new ordinance being introduced by Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Darlene Harris is all about protecting area pets.
Pittsburgh City Council Approves Paid Sick Leave LegislationPittsburgh City Council on Monday approved an ordinance requiring employers in the city to provide paid sick leave to employees in the face of opposition from business owners who threatened a lawsuit over the legislation.
Sala Udin, Freedom Rider, Seeks Presidential Pardon For Alleged CrimeThey were young, and they were brave. They were called the Freedom Riders, a group committed to the non-violent pursuit of Civil Rights and willing to put their lives on the line.
Pittsburgh Simplifies Ordinance For Chickens, Urban FarmingPittsburgh City Council has simplified an ordinance governing people who want to keep chickens, ducks or goats on their property.