Officials: No Existing Tax Dollars Offered To Amazon In HQ2 BidLocal leaders have unveiled the details of the bid to bring Amazon's HQ2 to Pittsburgh.
KDKA Investigates: Mayor Bill Peduto's Travels Around The WorldRicky Nelson may have been a "travelin' man," but he has nothing on Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Gun Control Battle Brews As City May Opt To Legislate Despite State Preemption RulesAfter the massacre of 11 worshipers at Tree of Life synagogue, local elected officials want to prevent this from ever happening again.
'It Rips Your Heart Out': Mayor Bill Peduto Reacts To Pittsburgh Synagogue ShootingMayor Bill Peduto is undertaking a very different role as he meets with the victims and families of those injured and killed in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
City Leaders Working On Updating, Streamlining Snow Removal ProcessYou may not be ready for winter weather, but the city is already making plans.
Peduto: Uber's Self-Driving Operations Expanding In Pittsburgh Despite Some LayoffsWhile Uber is laying off about 100 autonomous vehicle operators, Mayor Peduto says most are being let go elsewhere and Uber's self-driving operations are expanding in Pittsburgh.
Post-Gazette Editorial Cartoonist Rob Rogers: 'I Was Fired'Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers says he has been fired.
Ford, Pittsburgh Team Up For City Of Tomorrow ChallengeFord is teaming up with the City of Pittsburgh to tackle the problems in getting from one place to another.
Peduto Signs Executive Orders Concerning Workforce Makeup For City Construction ProjectsPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has signed two executive orders concerning city construction projects and the makeup of the workforce for those projects.
Mayor: City's Violent Crime Rates Down Due To New Policing PoliciesFour years ago, the City of Pittsburgh took a new approach to a policing and it appears to be working.
Unmatched Commitment: 11 Pittsburgh Police Officers Promoted To New Leadership RolesShiny new badges and a new level of responsibility for eleven outstanding Pittsburgh Police Officers.
Severe Flooding This Weekend Could Be 'Worst Since Hurricane Ivan'Mayor Bill Peduto said flooding this weekend could be the worst seen since remnants of Hurricane Ivan hit western Pennsylvania in 2004.