Audit Finds City Pension Plan Losing Ground
The city's employee pension plan drops from 62 percent funded to only 58 percent.
Peduto Says City is Prepared for More Winter Weather
While the region gets set for another round of winter weather, Mayor Bill Peduto says the city is ready for whatever comes next.
Pittsburgh's Community Development Block Grant Funding Cut
Another decrease in the amount of federal dollars awarded the city through the Community Development Block Grant program leads to a dozen projects cuts.
Flooding Possible in Some Local Communities
Rising waters are causing problems throughout Western Pennsylvania today.
Construction Underway on East Liberty Apartment and Retail Complex
The beginning of March has signaled some new construction going on in East Liberty.
Club Ivy Owners Agree to Close Down After Weekend Shooting
Club Ivy in the Strip District where a weekend shooting injured a half dozen people is shutting down.
Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever - Or Die Trying
With the baby boomers all moving past 50, you may have noticed, it's a popular sales pitch for dozens upon dozens of products, diet regimens, self help books, and drugs, all promising...
Mayor Bill Peduto Calls For Statewide Pension Reform.
Pittsburgh Mayor, Bill Peduto says a change in the municipal employee pension system is necessary, not just for Pittsburgh but for every older city throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
On The Record with Jim Ferlo
Jim Ferlo, Former Democratic State Senator comments on Governor Tom Wolf's budget address.
Hillary's Email Controversy
Though a secure State Department email account was available, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton purportedly used her personal email to conduct agency business, which may have been in...
Snowden Willing To Return on Guarantee of Fair Trial
At a press conference in Moscow, promoting a book that he has written about his client Edward Snowden, attorney Anatoly Kucherena says that Snowden is willing to return to the United...
Deputy Police Chief Retiring on Friday
City Council salutes a long-serving member of the Pittsburgh Police Bureau.
Gov. Tom Wolf proposed more than $4 billion in taxes on income, sales and natural gas drilling to support new spending on schools and to cut property taxes as part of an effort to overhaul the way public education is funded. Included in his proposal is a flat tax increase on income from 3.07 percent to 3.7 percent.
Do you support or oppose Mt Lebanon's plans to lure deer and shoot them?