Hill District Future Topic Of Community MeetingThe Urban Redevelopment Authority wants community input on the Hill District's future. 
URA Votes To Buy Hill District Shop 'N Save With Plans To Redevelop The AreaImagine if the grocery where you shop, and see your neighbors, and know the employees by name, suddenly closed and you are in the shoes of folks who live around here.
Kansas City Economic Development Leader Tapped As New Executive Director Of Pittsburgh URAAn economic development leader from Kansas City will be the new executive director of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh.
Squirrel Hill Homeowners In The Lurch As Hillside SlidesFive houses, each posted with a blue condemnation sign, are threatening to fall down a hillside, leaving their owners in the lurch.
KDKA Investigates: Homes Hang Precariously From Cliff, Owners Blame Construction Of Nearby Luxury DevelopmentFirst the decks fell, then the foundations began to slip, and now all five homes along a stretch of Beechwood Boulevard are threatening to topple over.
URA Expands Loan Program To Replace Lead Service LinesHelp is coming for some of the thousands of local homeowners who are facing an expensive fix to replace lead water lines that may be contaminating their water.
City Working To Reduce Lead Levels In Drinking WaterMayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to reduce high lead levels in Pittsburgh’s drinking water.
URA Checking Environmental Contamination On Civic Arena SiteConstruction work is ongoing at the Civic Arena site as new roads are built across the 28 acres.
Hundreds Of Acres Slated To Become Pittsburgh's Biggest ParkA developer who once planned a horse racing track, a casino, a hotel and other amenities on a 660-acre site in Pittsburgh has decided to give the land to the city for a park.
Impatient Mayor Wants Old Civic Arena Site Development Rights BackThere may be a few road blocks in developing the former Civic Arena site in Pittsburgh.
KDKA Investigates: Delays Plague City's Major Development ProjectsThree major development sites in the Pittsburgh area have been plagued by slow development.