Security Guards Enter Wage Negotiation Talks As Possible Strike LoomsDozens of security guards rallied in Downtown Pittsburgh Thursday as they fight for better salaries and a new union contract.
Mayor's Plan To Spend $40 Million On Building Sparks Opposition On CouncilMayor Bill Peduto's plan to spend $40 million on a building for city use is sparking opposition on the City Council.
Young Republicans' Altered #WalkAway Social Media Post Angers Democratic Mayor's Chief AideA social media post by the Young Republicans of Allegheny County was an obvious joke, says chairwoman Anissa Coury.
Mayor Unveils New Youth Summer Job Program By Working At McDonald's Drive-ThruMayor Bill Peduto worked at a local McDonald's drive-thru today to promote a new program that aims to help young people find summer jobs.
Mayor Peduto Supports Secrecy, Defends Latest Court Appeal To Keep Amazon HQ2 Bid SealedThe refusal of officials to make public their special incentives for Amazon to locate its second headquarters in Pittsburgh has prompted repeated protests.
Gov. Wolf Calling For Minimum Wage HikeGov. Tom Wolf is calling on state lawmakers to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage.
Taxpayers Foot Bill For Free Child Care For City Employees On Selected DaysPittsburgh city employees are about to get a new benefit: child care for their kids, including infants and toddlers.
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: Pittsburgh & Uber In 'A Family Fight' Over Autonomous Vehicle TestingMayor Peduto wanted to participate in a meeting with the PennDOT secretary and autonomous vehicle companies on Thursday, but the meeting was canceled.
Uber Shutting Down Self-Driving Cars In Arizona, Will Focus On PittsburghUber is ending its operation of self-driving cars in Arizona more than two months after a woman was struck and killed by one of its vehicles.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Tweets Support For Recreational MarijuanaPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he supports the use of recreational marijuana.
Pittsburgh Unveils New Tool To Let Taxpayers Determine City Spending PrioritiesThe City of Pittsburgh has a new tool called "Balancing Act" to show you where your tax dollars are going.