City Working To Reduce Lead Levels In Drinking WaterMayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to reduce high lead levels in Pittsburgh’s drinking water.
URA Checking Environmental Contamination On Civic Arena SiteConstruction work is ongoing at the Civic Arena site as new roads are built across the 28 acres.
Hundreds Of Acres Slated To Become Pittsburgh's Biggest ParkA developer who once planned a horse racing track, a casino, a hotel and other amenities on a 660-acre site in Pittsburgh has decided to give the land to the city for a park.
Impatient Mayor Wants Old Civic Arena Site Development Rights BackThere may be a few road blocks in developing the former Civic Arena site in Pittsburgh.
KDKA Investigates: Delays Plague City's Major Development ProjectsThree major development sites in the Pittsburgh area have been plagued by slow development.
New Proposal Includes Apartments, Offices For Strip District Produce TerminalA new proposal involving bringing new life to the produce terminal in the Strip District will be voted on this week.
North Shore Development Leaving Few Available ParcelsThe focus of a Monday meeting between Steelers executives and local officials at Heinz Field was development on the North Shore.
City Council, Classic Events Honor 16 Living LegendsIn celebration of Black History Month, Pittsburgh City Council and the Classics Events marketing group honored more than a dozen people who have made a difference in the community.
Grand Jury Probing City Government Hears High-Profile TestimonyThere was high profile testimony Tuesday in front of the grand jury that is investigating Pittsburgh city government.
Urban Redevelopment Authority Debuts 'Launch Pittsburgh'Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority launched a website to help future entrepreneurs.
Proposed Multi-Use Development For Saks Fifth Avenue Building It now stands empty -- the shining building that was once Saks Fifth Avenue on Smithfield Street in downtown Pittsburgh
Concerns Being Raised Over Strip District Development At the produce terminal in the Strip District a way of life is coming to an end. A third of the terminal building will be torn down to make way for a massive 66-acre residential and office development proposed by the Buncher Company.