After a meeting characterized by accusations of bad faith and racism, the chair said he’d ask the mayor to replace all the commissioners.
The law exempts federal and state employees, independent contractors, construction workers covered by collective bargaining.
Mayor Bill Peduto said Verizon was to have provided its Fios fiber-optic Internet, television and phone service to the entire city by now.
Woman, 57, is overcome by blaze in North Point Breeze house and dies after rescue by firefighters.
More than 100 young adults from the area discussed racism and poverty during a three-day workshop at Bethel AME Church in the Hill District.
The group of mostly young people is chanting and carrying signs and flags decrying the celebration of the Columbus Day holiday in America.
The Citizen Police Review Board sees “questionable conduct” in the video, while the police union head sees “nothing wrong.”
Denise Eger brings a message of “tikkun olam” or “repairing the world.”
The home invasion took place in the 300 block of Kambach Street in the Mount Washington section of Pittsburgh.
Police said officers on patrol saw a driver run two stop signs in the area of Stanton Avenue and Meadow Street at 1:10 a.m.
The closure will allow A. Merante Contracting Inc. to rebuild the intersection of Smithfield and Forbes Avenue.
Mayor Bill Peduto’s office is waging an all-out assault to eliminate one of the city’s financial overseers.
Voters will choose either Democrat Michael Wojcik of Fox Chapel or Republican Paul Lalley of Upper St. Clair for a Commonwealth Court seat.
The race to the moon is heating up, but Pittsburgh’s entry, Astrobotic, thinks the competition helps them.
The fair hosts more than 200 tech enthusiasts, engineers, artists, performers, tinkerers, and crafters on the North Side.
Police say Justin Granda, 28, of Mount Oliver, was shot multiple times around 12:30 a.m. in the 100 block of Cologne Street.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in “top-heavy New Deal territory” when he visited Pittsburgh 75 years ago this month.
Dispatchers said the shooting occurred in the zoo parking lot.
Defense attorneys for a man charged with two killings want the computer code of a DNA-identifying program.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa, whose given name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz, was caught about 2:30 a.m. Saturday behind The Flats on Carson, at 1500 E.
The redevelopment of Federal-North -- more than 20 years in the making -- has been stagnant on that corner in the past year.
James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
Post offices will be closed, with no pickup or delivery of regular mail. Banks will be closed. State liquor stores will be open.
Kimberly Johnson, 57, was taken to West Penn Hospital, where she died.
Witnesses said the man drove outbound onto the bridge, got out of his vehicle and jumped off the Liberty Bridge this afternoon.
The U.S. Marshals Service Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force seeks parole violator Randall McFadden.
While all the empty buildings hold the promise of redevelopment, officials say it might take a year or more before that happens.
Investigators from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded on-site reviews of the infection “cluster” this week.
The city’s stadium authority board agreed to give Continental Real Estate Companies until Nov. 30 to purchase the land for the complex.
Frederick Banks is charged with stalking the FBI agent who helped put him in prison for fraud a decade ago.
Police said that when a school officer saw Corial Littlejohn Thursday morning, she told him she was a student going to class.
Two women charged in the 2013 slaying of a Coraopolis man were ordered to stand trial today on all charges.
The award will support expansion of conservation efforts at the zoo, officials said.
Carl Wayne Burton, head of the Most Holy Gospel Ministry which he started in 2006, was taken into custody without incident Friday morning.
Donald Lowry, 46, of Sheraden died a short time after being shot at 1 a.m. on Oct. 18, 2013, at JR’s Bar.
Catholic organizations are at odds over control of a Polish Hill apartment building, and the diocese can’t make peace.
In addition, Macy's will transfer the rights to the Tic Toc and Arcade Bakery trademarks to the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority.
A.J. Richardson was convicted of all misdemeanor charges related to 128 false 911 calls, which police said were made from his home in 2014.
Antoine Ward charged with two counts of criminal homicide in the deaths of Jason Eubanks and his girlfriend Cheralynn Sabatasso.
Right now, city officials admitted, they have no ability to do that during the term of the contracts.
Police said the victim had been walking into her apartment building in the 5600 block of Forbes Avenue on Aug. 1 when the attack occurred.
Police said a 40-year-old man was sitting in his vehicle in a parking lot when a man approached him and asked him for his car.
The incident happened on the 1700 block of Letsche Street shortly before 10 p.m., Pittsburgh police said.
Dr. Jim Withers founded Pittsburgh Mercy Health System's Operation Safety Net in 1992.
Astrobotic gets another customer to take in its race to the moon as competition heats up.
Richard Roy Simpson, 46, faces 20 counts of possession of child porn and other charges.
Renovations to the rink also include a more efficient process for making and maintaining ice.
Mayor Bill Peduto joined security guards and union officials in praising the contract that supports close to 1,000 security officers.
Pirates fans, Cubs fans co-mingling peacefully as the excitement builds for tonight's do-or-die NL wild-card game.
"It was just for fun. Just a prank," said Steve Mpistolarides, a Cook County police officer who and drove to Pittsburgh on Tuesday.