City Council Members Introduce 'Stop The Violence' InitiativeTwo members of Pittsburgh's City Council have introduced a new bill to cut down on gun violence.
City Councilman Set To Announce Plans To Combat East Liberty GentrificationA City Councilman is set to announce a new initiative to bring back longtime East Liberty residents who say they were forced out by high rents and gentrification.
Council Approves Revised Bill Lessening Penalty For Small Amounts Of MarijuanaPittsburgh City Council took a final vote on a proposed marijuana decriminalization law Tuesday morning.
City Council May Extend ShotSpotter Contract In PittsburghCity Council may extend a contract to use technology that identifies gunshots and automatically notifies police in Pittsburgh's highest-crime areas.
Luxury Apartment Boom Worries Longtime ResidentsSome fear a generation of Pittsburghers are being priced out of the neighborhoods they once called home.
Councilman Hoping To Bring Crime Reporting App To PittsburghPittsburgh City Councilman Rev. Ricky Burgess has introduced a bill that would potentially give anyone with a smartphone the ability to report crime with technology far beyond dialing 911.
Local Shot Spotter Testing Had Flaws, But Won't Delay ImplementationNo, it's not some futuristic NCIS law enforcement tool.
Investigation Continues After Woman Critically Injured In Homewood Gunfight An 18-year-old woman is in critical condition, with a gunshot wound to the neck.
Is East Liberty Re-Development Leaving Some Residents Behind?The City of Pittsburgh is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country and old neighborhoods are being transformed. But, are some people being left behind?
Local Figures Discuss Zimmerman Verdict On KDKA Radio Panel The not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case came down on Saturday and has everyone talking.
New Technology Tracks Gunfire, Could Show Up In Pittsburgh New technology aims to spot and follow gunfire – and it could be coming to some areas in Pittsburgh.
Officials Plan To Increase Security For Pittsburgh MarathonPittsburgh Public Safety Director Michael Huss had his regularly scheduled briefings with his top security chiefs today, but the Boston bombings were uppermost in their minds as Pittsburgh's own marathon looms next month.
Community Groups Want Input On New Chief Of PoliceSeveral community groups say they want more input before Mayor Luke Ravenstahl hires a new police chief.
City Officials Pass Bill To Embarrass Slum LandlordsOfficials plan on embarrassing landlords who won't clean up their properties in an attempt to clean up the city.
Pittsburgh Police To Equip Officers With Body CamerasPittsburgh Police have begun to train with new portable cameras this week and the technology looks like something right out of a movie, as evidenced by a promotional video by Taser International, the makers of the Axon Flex camera.