City Of Pittsburgh Announces St. Patrick's Day Public Safety PlansCity of Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich is urging everyone to celebrate St. Patrick's Day safely.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Director 'Concerned' With New Case NumbersPittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich said he is "concerned" with rising Coronavirus case numbers in Allegheny County.
City Of Pittsburgh Welcomes 7 New Paramedics During Swearing In CeremonySeven new paramedics were sworn in during a socially distant ceremony on the North Shore.
First Responders Staying Safe And Prepared From CoronavirusWhile the public is focused on protecting themselves and not getting sick, first responders are the ones helping those in need.
Pittsburgh City Officials Say 10th Street Between Liberty And Penn Avenue Will Be Closed Between 6-8 WeeksAfter removing a Port Authority bus that had been swallowed by a sinkhole, officials say the road is expected to be closed 6-8 weeks.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Urges People To Avoid Downtown During President Trump's VisitPresident Trump's visit to Pittsburgh is expected to create a problem for downtown rush hour traffic next Wednesday.
City Leaders Add New Automatic External Defibrillators To Police VehiclesWhen the call of a heart attack comes into Pittsburgh’s 9-1-1 center Pittsburgh EMS and Fire units respond.
Three Rivers Fallout: City Initiates Criminal Investigation And Sheriff Files LawsuitThe city has initiated a criminal investigation and the sheriff has filed a lawsuit following the cancelation of the Three Rivers Regatta.
Activists Pushing For Change In Police Procedure One Year After Antwon Rose's DeathOne year after Antwon Rose II was shot and killed, activists have focused their energy on changing police procedure.
Officials: Crime Has Dropped In Pittsburgh During The First Part Of 2019Crime has significantly decreased during the first portion of 2019.
Pittsburgh Officials Thank Public For Support In Wake Of Synagogue ShootingPittsburgh officials are thanking the public for their continued support following a shooting inside a Squirrel Hill synagogue, which left 11 people dead.
Security Plans In Place As City Preps for 4th Of July Celebrations DowntownPeople will be packing Point State Park to see the fireworks on Wednesday night, and the City of Pittsburgh is ready with a security plan.
Public Safety Director: Unpredictability Of Antwon Rose Protest Locations Presents ChallengesPittsburgh Public Safety Director Hissrich says part of the difficulty is not knowing where the next Antwon Rose protest will be in the city.
Washington Boulevard Flood Gates Fail Again, Replacement Options Being ExploredPittsburgh city leaders are fed up with the flood gates on Washington Boulevard.
Legislation For New Downtown Police Substation Being IntroducedPittsburgh City Council is expecting to get its first look at legislation to establish a new police substation in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh.