Pittsburgh Police Bureau Scandal
With Mayor Luke Ravenstahl no longer a candidate, the 2013 mayoral race is wide open.
It was shortly after 11 a.m. when Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl made an announcement that many had already expected. He would not seek another term as Pittsburgh’s mayor.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl will not run for re-election, he announced Friday.
The rumblings surrounding Mayor Luke Ravenstahl keep growing.
The lights were on in Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s office Thursday night. But if the mayor was in, he wasn’t about to speak to the gauntlet of cameras and reporters waiting outside his office.
KDKA Investigators are learning more about how Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s bodyguards operated; it’s information that could be contributing to the mayor’s concern about where various investigations could be headed.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s political future remains uncertain tonight.
Several community groups say they want more input before Mayor Luke Ravenstahl hires a new police chief.
The FBI investigation into potential fraud within the Pittsburgh Police Department has led to a new fraud hotline.
There are new accusations today from a former bodyguard to Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
Pittsburgh City Controller Michael Lamb says he wants a full accounting of the expenditures by the mayor’s bodyguards. He made a formal request on Friday that all records be turned over.
An ex-bodyguard for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is saying the mayor knew about the alleged slush fund that is the focus of an investigation revolving around misuse of funds.
As Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl tries to put the federal probe focusing on the Pittsburgh Police Bureau in his rear view, new revelations have arisen.
While meeting with the media Thursday afternoon, acting Pittsburgh Police Chief Regina McDonald said changes are expected within the bureau.
With Chief Nate Harper being asked to resign by the mayor on Wednesday, the focus now shifts to finding a permanent replacement.