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Pittsburgh's Pilot Reconciliation Project Aimed At Saving Citizen & Police Lives

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — On Thursday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that Pittsburgh was one of six cities for a pilot project to build trust and reconciliation between the police department and the diverse communities it serves. 339 more words


Task Force Makes 18 Recommendations To Support City Public Education

The mayor’s Education Task Force is out with its report on ways to support public education in Pittsburgh.

It offers 18 recommendations in five different categories. 50 more words

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Tiny Houses Could Be Coming To A Neighborhood Near You

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – They’ve become a national phenomenon — the answer for people who want to live simply, cheaply and environmentally-friendly — they’ve even spawned their own cable television show. 424 more words


Officer Body Cameras & Stolen Recruit Files Discussed At Senate Judiciary Hearing

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Senate Judiciary hearing was held Wednesday morning in Pittsburgh on law enforcement practices.

A panel of experts attended, including Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, Lt. 413 more words


City Leaders Launch New Initiative To Make Communities Safer

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Making communities safer is the goal of a brand new initiative just launched in the City of Pittsburgh.

City, community, and public safety leaders joined forces this morning. 291 more words


Undercover Boss "Mayor of Pittsburgh"

The Mayor of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto, has been in office since 2014 (10 months as of filming), so he’s new to this job. He’s spent many years (20ish) working in different areas of government. 296 more words

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DA: May be illegal for mayor to give 'Undercover Boss' money

PITTSBURGH (AP) – It may have been illegal for the mayor to promise $155,000 in gifts to needy city employees as part of his appearance on the CBS show “Undercover Boss,” and the state Ethics Commission has been contacted about the matter, the district attorney said. 341 more words