Northern Regional Police Chief: Dept. Has No Investigation Open Into Antonio BrownThe chief of Northern Regional Police says his department has no sexual assault investigation open involving former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy And City Council Discuss Tax To Fix Public ParksThe Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy made their case to City Council today for a tax that would be used to fix public parks and playgrounds.
Mayor Bill Peduto Still Hopeful About Gun Reform Following Washington D.C. TripMayor Bill Peduto said he is still optimistic about a bipartisan solution on gun legislation following a trip to the nation's capital.
Allegheny County DA To Look Into Sexual Assault Allegations Against Antonio BrownThe Allegheny County District Attorney's Office says they will be looking into the sexual assault allegations leveled against former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown in a federal lawsuit.
KDKA Investigates: Normally Quiet Fox Chapel School District Embroiled In ControversyThe normally quiet Fox Chapel School District has become a hotbed of controversy.
Mayor Peduto Visits Washington DC To Call For Senate Vote On Background Check LegislationPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is visiting Washington DC today, joining with other mayors from across the United States to call for gun legislation.
Report: Inspectors Missed Major Defect In Tracks Just Weeks Before Train DerailmentA new report shows the tracks were inspected just weeks before the massive train derailment last year at Station Square and inspectors missed a major defect.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Seeing Poor Results In Students Reading Testing ResultsThe percentage of students scoring below basic reading levels jumped a significant amount in the last year.
House Committee On Homeland Security Holding Discussion In Pittsburgh On Domestic TerrorismThe House Committee on Homeland Security held a public roundtable in Pittsburgh.
Early Grade Reading Scores Fall At Pittsburgh Public Schools, Despite Millions Spent On Educational TechnologyTeaching a child to read proficiently by third grade: educators call it the most essential task of a school district for without that skill young students fall hopelessly behind.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Unions Asking For Fair Contract This Labor DayThe Labor Day Parade is a demonstration of the power of unions and organized labor.
Peduto Triples Paving In City, Pursuing Loftier GoalsWhile pursuing loftier goals such as gun control and climate change, Mayor Peduto is also dedicating a lot of resources to street paving.
Christian Bey's Attorney To Fight Charges And Death Penalty In Fatal Shooting Of Pittsburgh Police Officer Calvin HallOne day after charges against her client were unsealed, Christian Bey's attorney said he'll plead not guilty in the shooting death of a Pittsburgh police officer.
KDKA Investigates Gets Action: Auditor General Report Calls Superintendent Hamlet's Travel 'Inexcusable'After KDKA exposed the now-infamous Cuba trip and detailed dozens of other out-of-state and out-of-the-country trips taken by Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Anthony Hamlet during his brief tenure, the state auditor general initiated an inquiry of his own.
Justice Department Seeks Death Penalty For Alleged Synagogue Shooter Robert BowersThe Justice Department will seek the death penalty for the Tree of Life mass shooting suspect Robert Bowers.