City's St. Patrick's Day Safety Measures Include Additional Shuttles, Port-A-Potties, And MoreSt. Patrick's Day in Pittsburgh is a celebration that packs the South Side from morning until night, so City Councilman Bruce Kraus is trying to stay ahead of the game.
New South Side Shuttle Service Makes Debut On St. Patrick’s DayA new shuttle service debut on St. Patrick's Day, aiming to ease traffic congestion and improve safety on the South Side.
Controversial Wild Animal Ordinance Brings Clowns To City Council MeetingSupporters and opponents, including several circus clowns, of a controversial ordinance involving wild animals packed a Pittsburgh City Council meeting today to make their voices heard.
City Councilman’s Proposal Would Ban Wild Animal Performances In PittsburghThey are the sights and sounds of a traditional circus - lions, tigers and elephants.
Red Light Cameras Coming To Pittsburgh IntersectionsRunning a red light in the city of Pittsburgh is about to get a little more risky.
City Councilman Helps South Side Woman With Parking Meter ProblemWhat a difference a day makes, and a politician. Dorothy Bayerlein told KDKA’s Ralph Iannotti Wednesday that something had to be done about parking in front of her home on Carson Street.
South Side Residents Asking For Permit Parking ExpansionIf you've ever been to Pittsburgh's South Side, you know parking can be a real hassle and the limited number of spots is driving residents to ask for permit parking.