Pittsburgh City Council
At the Pittsburgh Fire Academy, 28 recruits — training to become firefighters — are drilled in all aspects of fire suppression.
On Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill, parking is hard to come by, but some lucky ones have a driveway that allows residents to get their car off the street.
It sounds absurd: tickets and warning letters for parking in your own driveway.
A proclamation at Pittsburgh City Council Tuesday morning honored a national championship effort by Central Catholic High School Crew.
In Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., if you run a red light and nobody sees it, you might think you got away with it. But you didn’t.
Parking may be a headache in Pittsburgh, but a new bill could stop things from getting worse.
It operates a lot like light rail. The doors open on either the left or the right, and the platforms are at door-level.
Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak says for whatever reason, perhaps the warm weather, the city is seeing “a lot more complaints about dirt biking on streets and sidewalks.”
City Council President Darlene Harris talks with KDKA’s Rob Pratte about her political party switch, and her plans for her district.
On the last possible day, with just seconds to spare at 4:22 p.m. on 4-22, City Council President Darlene Harris changed her party registration from Democrat to Independent, making her eligible to run for mayor as an Independent this November.
Pittsburgh City Council President Darlene Harris has withdrawn from the mayoral race.
Pittsburgh City Council decided to put off any major decisions about police side jobs, but still engaged in plenty of debate Wednesday.
Pittsburgh City Council heard from the public on Wednesday about the search for the city’s next police chief. And most people said that Mayor Luke Ravenstahl should not be the one choosing.
After years of discussion, altering and meetings, a bill was passed Tuesday to allow advertising in the City of Pittsburgh.
As required by state law after a county reassessment, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has proposed a reduction in the city’s property tax rate to keep the city from reaping a windfall from a 48 percent increase in property values under the county’s new assessment system.