Last month, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald announced for re-election in 2015.
The KDKA Afternoon News sings the 12 Days of Christmas.
Surrounded by supporters, former Allegheny County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty announced a comeback try for his old office.
The governor of Missouri has declared a state of emergency ahead of a grand jury’s decision on whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will be charged in the shooting of Michael Brown.
He was accused of using a county-issued Jeep Cherokee to attend political events without compensating the taxpayers for the mileage driven.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rich Fitzgerald claims Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner rarely shows up at her office. But we found her there Friday. KDKA’s Paul Martino: “How often are you here?” Wagner: “My average work […]
They’re political enemies, but Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wager says she’s just doing her job holding a news conference chastising County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s use of his county car.
The green Health Department decals on local eateries could soon be replaced with letter grades.
Nothing is quite as aggravating as waiting and waiting for a bus to come or just missing a bus that was running early.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is pledging to veto a measure to post the U.S. motto “In God We Trust” in county council’s chambers.
Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined Marty Griffin in studio on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s monthly “Ask the Leaders”.
Consol Energy has cut roads through forested lands to reach six pads designed to support 45 wells to extract natural gas under and near the Pittsburgh International Airport.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Quicker call times and greater efficiency. That’s what City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are saying about the consolidation of 911 service. It has been a long and controversial process, but […]
The state subsidy for the Allegheny County crime lab has dwindled from about seven million dollars down to zero in recent years. A number of officials told legislators from Harrisburg what could happen if that doesn’t change.
Over the past decade, funding from the state for Allegheny County’s crime lab in the Strip District has dwindled from $7.5 million to nothing.