Judge Dismisses Push By Gun Rights Advocates To Have DA Zappala Review Private Criminal Complaints Against CityGun rights advocates who wanted charges filed against Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and members of city council got their day in court.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy And City Council Discuss Tax To Fix Public ParksThe Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy made their case to City Council today for a tax that would be used to fix public parks and playgrounds.
Pittsburgh Man Has Not Received Money From City 9 Months After Salt Truck Driver Crashes Into His CarA Pittsburgh man says the city owes him more than $6,500 after a salt truck driver crashed into his car.
Neighbors Fed Up About Condition Of Paul J. Sciullo II Memorial FieldNeighbors living near a park named for a fallen officer are fed up.
Man Asks Pittsburgh City Council To Change Pronunciation Of PittsburghA Scottish man spoke to the Pittsburgh City Council to argue that "Pittsburgh" is being pronounced incorrectly.
'It's A Disgrace Up Here': Mt. Washington Man Petitions City Council To Fix Up NeighborhoodOne Mount Washington resident is fighting for funds and a facelift for his neighborhood.
Pittsburgh City Council Declares June 1 As "Jon Burnett Day"This will be the final week at KDKA for Jon Burnett.
Most Incumbents Win Renomination, But At Least Three Upset By NewcomersSome of the biggest names like Rich Fitzgerald and Chelsa Wagner were all alone on the ballot.
City Of Pittsburgh Agrees Not To Enforce Gun Control Legislation During Ongoing Court ProceedingsThe city of Pittsburgh has agreed not to enforce recently passed gun restrictions until lawsuits filed by gun owners are resolved.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Opens In Pittsburgh, Provides Free Books To KidsPittsburgh kids ages 5 and younger can receive a free book every month through the city's partnership with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Six Pittsburgh Fire Stations In Line To Be RemodeledThe Pittsburgh Department of Public Works is seeking approval to remodel six Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire stations.
Report: Settlement Approved For Man Roughed Up By Former Police SergeantPittsburgh City Council has reportedly approved a settlement with a man who was roughed up by a city police sergeant outside of Heinz Field in 2015.
Gun Advocates Attempt To File Private Criminal Complaints Over New Gun LegislationAbout a dozen city residents showed up at Municipal Court Friday morning angry about new gun legislation and hoping to file private criminal complaints.
DA Zappala: Private Criminal Complaints On New Gun Legislation Can't Be Approved YetDistrict Attorney Stephen Zappala says he can't approve private criminal complaints on the city's new gun control legislation just yet.
Pittsburgh's New Gun Legislation Includes A Red Flag RuleA red flag rule allows authorities to temporarily seize guns from people deemed to be a danger to themselves or others.