City Officials Looking Into Additional Safety Plans Following Post-Fireworks ShootingFollowing a shooting that took place after Fourth of July fireworks, city officials are looking into security improvements for large events.
City Unveils Security Plan Ahead Of Fourth Of July FestivitiesIf you're coming anywhere near the confluence of Pittsburgh’s three rivers to see Fourth of July fireworks, expect to see heavy security.
Police Motorcycle Rodeo To Kick Off In PittsburghThe Pittsburgh Police are gearing up for the Police Motorcycle Rodeo that's kicking off this weekend.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Preparing For Michael Rosfeld Verdict AnnouncementThe city is preparing for what may happen once a verdict is announced in the trial of former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld.
Pittsburgh Officials Cracking Down, Announce Road Closures Ahead Of St. Patrick’s Day ParadeCity of Pittsburgh officials are preparing for this coming Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade and celebrations.
Pittsburgh Police To Maintain Significant Presence For First NightPittsburgh Public Safety says there will be a “significant police presence to maintain safety" during New Year's Eve festivities in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Public Safety Director: Military Choppers Part Of Law Enforcement Tactical TrainingCity officials say military helicopter drills have been in the works for over a year with the Department of Defense and other agencies.
New Drones Will Offer High-Tech Assistance To Police, But Raise Surveillance ConcernsTwo high-tech drones will be assisting police and firefighters in Pittsburgh this summer, but the eyes in the sky are raising some concerns about surveillance.
City Officials Expecting Dangerous Icy Conditions, Asking Residents To Stay HomeCity of Pittsburgh officials are urging everyone to stay home tonight as a major winter storm closes in on Western Pennsylvania.
Vacant Homes, Multiple Fires Cause Concern In East End NeighborhoodA fire destroyed a vacant duplex Tuesday evening in the city’s East End, causing more fears for neighbors already concerned about public safety in their community.
Stanley Cup Parade To Bring Thousands Downtown On Scorcher Of A DayPittsburgh is hosting a Stanley Cup victory parade in the heart of downtown Wednesday for the Penguins, and as many as a half a million people are expected to attend.