City Taxpayers Save Money With Less Overtime For FirefightersPittsburgh city taxpayers are paying less for firefighters overtime than in previous years.
Ohio Firefighter Shot, Wounded While On Scene Of House FireOfficials say an Ohio firefighter was shot and wounded while in a firetruck at the scene of a house fire.
PTL Links: Sept. 5, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Yelp Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Firefighters chili cookoff and Re:NEW Fest! Click for more information about today's guests!
New Firefighters Start Training At Fire AcademyPittsburgh firefighters go through a 32-week intensive course at the Fire Academy, before they ever answer a call.
Pittsburgh Firefighters Provide Coats To Children In NeedMore 1,000 children will get new coats this winter, thanks to Pittsburgh firefighters.
"Ellen Show" Features Local Firefighter Battling ALS Firefighters from the North Side were on the Ellen show Friday.
Firefighters Do Ice Bucket Challenge For Coworker Battling ALSThe challenge is sweeping the nation, but the ice buckets hit close to home for a group of Pittsburgh firefighters.
Officials Warn Public About Outdoor Activity DangersWith summer comes a lot of outdoor activities from grilling, to setting off fireworks, to sitting by a campfire. But, all the fun activities can present some pretty serious danger, too.
Wagner Picks Up Big Endorsements In Mayor’s RaceThey protect city residents and those who work in the city 24/7 -- Pittsburgh's police and firefighters -- and Wednesday morning their unions announced a candidate for mayor.
Pittsburgh Firefighters File Lawsuit Against CityFirefighters have filed a collective lawsuit against the City of Pittsburgh. Lawyers said some are working 90-hour weeks and are not being paid appropriately.
Pittsburgh Firefighters Engine House No. 8 Summertime Walleye RecipeFirefighters from Engine House No. 8 in Pittsburgh stopped by PTL on Tuesday to show off their recipe for Summertime Walleye!
City Police, Firefighters, Paramedics Undergo Water Rescue TrainingThe chilling scenes of the Washington Boulevard flood last August remain vivid in the memory of city officials -- as does the resolve that flood waters should never take another life.