‘City For All’ Agenda Aims To Make Pittsburgh More InclusiveA new agenda introduced by a Pittsburgh official Tuesday aims to make the city more welcoming and inclusive.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Robbed At GunpointOfficers are investigating an armed robbery at a Pittsburgh restaurant that happened early Sunday morning.
Man Convicted Of Killing Man Found In West Virginia RiverA Pennsylvania man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the death of a man whose body was later found in a West Virginia river.
Well-Known Pittsburgh Voices Welcome Travelers At International AirportA smooth voice can go a long way to making travelers at Pittsburgh International Airport truly understand and connect with the city.
Delta Foundation, City Expanding ‘Pittsburgh Pride’ CelebrationThe largest LGBT event in Pittsburgh is getting even bigger. Pittsburgh Pride is expanding with more days, events and attractions.
U2 Bringing Joshua Tree Tour To Pittsburgh’s Heinz FieldIconic band U2 is returning to Pittsburgh for the first time since 2011.
Magazine Names Pittsburgh Top Travel Destination For 2017Only two U.S. cities made it onto the Harper's Bazaar's list of 2017 travel destinations, and Pittsburgh is one of them.
Some PWSA Customers Report Long Wait Times For Home Lead Test ResultsLocal officials have heard numerous complaints from residents regarding testing results, the testing procedure, and the time it has taken for results to be delivered.
Pittsburgh Fire Bureau: 'Firefighter' Asking For Assistance Is An ImpostorThey're brave men and women, risking their lives at times to save others.
Bike Lane Advisory Board Proposed By City CoucilwomanThere is a proposal in front of City Council that could streamline the way residents can voice their concerns about bike lanes.
Steelers Fan ‘Man On The Street’ Christmas Kindness Goes ViralThere's no bigger rivalry than the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens, but it’s what one Steelers fan did off the field that is going viral.
Homicide Rates Decrease Locally, But Some Communities Struggling With ViolenceUnlike other parts of the country, homicides in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County actually decreased in 2016. However, some local communities are struggling more with gun violence than others.

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