Pittsburgh Public Schools Students To Moderate First In-Person Mayoral DebateStudent leaders at Pittsburgh Public Schools will moderate the first in-person mayoral forum with the four candidates running for Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidate Ed Gainey Receives Endorsement From SEIU Healthcare PennsylvaniaA top challenger to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has earned an endorsement from one of the city's largest labor unions.
Retired Pittsburgh Police Detective Tony Moreno To Take On Peduto In Democratic Primary For MayorA retired Pittsburgh police officer says he is challenging Mayor Bill Peduto for the Democratic nomination for mayor in the May primary.
State Rep. Ed Gainey Announces Candidacy For Mayor Of PittsburghState Rep. Ed Gainey announced he is running for mayor of Pittsburgh.
Community Standing Against Violence Following Wilkinsburg ShootingDozens of concerned citizens packed into the South Avenue United Methodist Church Saturday. They all came with a common goal: to stop the violence.
Elementary School Students March For Peace In Lincoln-LarimerSome young students braved the cold and ice to march for peace through the streets of Lincoln-Larimer.
State Rep. Hopes To Honor Sister Killed In HomewoodState representative Ed Gainey is remembering his sister, a 29-year-old woman killed outside a bar in Homewood.
Homewood Community Looking To Stop The ViolenceLawmakers and Homewood residents came together Wednesday night for a community meeting to try and find a way to stop the violence.
Locals Rally For Gun Reform As Tour Stops In Pittsburgh It’s a 25-state bus tour over a 100-day period and today the bus stopped in Pittsburgh in East Liberty in the Kingley Association parking lot.
Bill Peduto Picks Up Broad-Based Mayoral SupportIt was a strong showing of support for Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Bill Peduto from elected officials, labor unions, and community leaders -- what Peduto calls a new coalition for a new Pittsburgh.
Officials Hope To Reduce Violence With Gun Buybacks State Rep. Ed Gainey calls this planned gun buyback initiative a way for the community to fight back against violence.
Politicans Turn Out At Labor Day ParadeThe Labor Day parade is a tradition here in Pittsburgh. With 60,000 people expected to either watch or participate in the downtown event, the parade is much more than celebrating labor. It’s about politics as well.
Allegheny County To File Lawsuit Over Voter ID Law Led by Allegheny County councilman John DeFazio who chairs the County Elections Board, that board is expected to file a lawsuit to block the state's new voter photo ID law.
State Rep. Joe Preston Accused Of Forging Petition SignaturesSix years ago, Ed Gainey, an aide to Mayor Ravenstahl, came within 94 votes of defeating long-time incumbent State Representative Joe Preston. Now he's back for another try, and Gainey has sharpened the rhetoric against his adversary, saying Preston condoned the use of forged signatures to get on the ballot.
Marchers Want Justice For Jordan MilesA coalition of groups came together in support of Jordan Miles. He is the Homewood teenager and former CAPA student who said he was beaten up by three plainclothes Pittsburgh police officers two years ago.