West End Neighbors Concerned About Daytime BurglariesSome neighbors in the West End are concerned about a rash of daytime burglaries, and they are trying to find a way to work together to protect their property.
Seniors Stranded In High-Rise Fighting To Get Elevators FixedSeniors living in a high-rise Westwood apartment are working hard to get their broken elevators dealt with.
Development Plans For Former Parkway Center MallBig plans are in the works to revitalize the former Parkway Center Mall.
Council Members Introduce Legislation About PWSA Billing IssuesTwo Pittsburgh City Council members introduced legislation today involving the billing issues with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
City Looking For New Public Safety Training FacilityPittsburgh police and fire desperately need a new place to train.
Councilwoman Trying To Calm Tempers In Heated Debate Over Bayer SignWhat 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.
Community Comes Together To Support Owner Of West End Donut ShopThe community is coming together, after a van crashed into a West End donut shop Wednesday.
Freezing Rain Causes Black Ice, Lots Of CrashesSaturday will continue to bring more cold weather and ice.
Mt. Washington Dog Park Has Neighbors Snarling At Each OtherMatt 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.
New Plans In Store For Parkway Center Mall Site?It hasn't been a shopping destination in quite some time because there's not much left of the once popular Parkway Center Mall.
City Council Debates, Takes No Action On Issue Of Officers’ Side JobsPittsburgh City Council decided to put off any major decisions about police side jobs, but still engaged in plenty of debate Wednesday.
City Investigating Runaway Overtime Paid To Police Officer 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.