Pittsburgh police and fire desperately need a new place to train.
What was once an iconic symbol of Pittsburgh has become an old, rusty hulk and has sparked a battle between the city and the sign’s owner, Lamar Advertising.
The community is coming together, after a van crashed into a West End donut shop Wednesday.
Saturday will continue to bring more cold weather and ice.
Matt Cook is walking his dogs on a leash, but he prefers to turn them him loose in the large enclosure at Olympia Park on Mount Washington.
It hasn’t been a shopping destination in quite some time because there’s not much left of the once popular Parkway Center Mall.
Pittsburgh City Council decided to put off any major decisions about police side jobs, but still engaged in plenty of debate Wednesday.
The city has launched an internal investigation into Police Commander Eric Holmes, asking how — in addition to being a sergeant working full time for the city — was he employed as the director of public safety at Slippery Rock University.
A new employment center opened its doors in the West End on Friday. City and community leaders cut the ribbon at Emanuel United Methodist Church on Lorenz Avenue to mark the occasion.
A Pittsburgh City Councilman says he wants to see Marcellus Shale drilling within city limits. City Council discussed the bill proposed by Councilman Patrick Dowd which would allow some drilling in the city, but with strict guidelines.
Pittsburgh Police have begun to train with new portable cameras this week and the technology looks like something right out of a movie, as evidenced by a promotional video by Taser International, the makers of the Axon Flex camera.
Not everyone is on board with a plan to install cameras around the city to catch drivers running red lights.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Dozens of Pittsburgh police officers have left the city for suburban departments and hundreds more are trying to follow. KD Investigator Andy Sheehan brought these facts to light in a report and […]