Local Leaders, Organizations Comment On Mass Shootings In Ohio And TexasLocal Pittsburgh officials have commented on the mass shootings this weekend in Ohio and Texas.
Mayor Peduto Declares August 2 'Dan + Shay Day' In PittsburghAugust 2 is officially Dan + Shay Day in Pittsburgh.
'Be Kind:' Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Leaves Message On Clemente Museum MuralThe Pittsburgh mayor added a message to the new mural at the Clemente Museum.
Thwarted Terror Plot Puts Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto In Middle Of Immigration DebateFollowing the FBI's arrest of Mustafa Alowemer, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto finds himself in the middle of the immigration and refugee debate.
City Council To Consider New Agreement With Pittsburgh Water and Sewer AuthorityThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will remain publicly-owned under a proposal being taken up by City Council next week.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto: 'I Grieve With Antwon Rose's Family, Friends, And The Entire Community'Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is reacting to the not guilty verdict of former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld.
Mayor Peduto: Pittsburgh Wishing New Zealand Peace After Mosque ShootingsMayor Bill Peduto says Pittsburgh is wishing New Zealand peace after dozens were killed in shootings at two mosques.
Complaints Filed Against Mayor Peduto, City Council Over Gun LegislationPrivate complaints have been filed against Mayor Bill Peduto, members of the Pittsburgh City Council and the City Solicitor over the controversial proposed gun ban.
'Arrest Me:' Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Criticizes DA's Letter On Proposed Gun BanPittsburgh’s mayor shot back at its district attorney on Tuesday after the DA said earlier this month that the city does not have the legal authority to enact gun legislation.
Proposed 'Common Sense' Gun Measures Go Before City CouncilThe gun control debate in Pittsburgh will heat up Tuesday morning.
Three 'Common Sense' Gun Safety Bills To Be Introduced In PittsburghState and local leaders gathered in Pittsburgh to announce the details of three “common sense” gun safety bills, which will be introduced next week.