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Fixing Washington Blvd. Flooding Problem Will Cost Billions

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Flooding in western Pennsylvania is a problem, and a post agenda meeting in City Council was called to address some of the concerns. 267 more words

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Mayor Says City Will Take Ownership Of Washington Blvd. Flood Gates

PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Monday addressed the failure of electronic warning gates that didn’t keep motorists off a flooded road where four people died in flash floods in the same area five years ago. 517 more words

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Pittsburgh Peace Summit Hopes To Improve Police, Community Relations

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A peace summit is being held today to focus on ways to improve relations between police and the community.

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is meeting privately with elected officials, ministers, African-American leaders and members of law enforcement. 105 more words

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“Arrangements” and “Accommodations”

I remember running late for a doctor’s appointment. Thirty or more years ago, I was hustling down Fifth Avenue and could see the medical building approaching on my right on a parallel street and across from the Civic Arena. 1,068 more words

Doyle Leads Local Rally For Congressional Action On Gun Violence

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — If Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan refuses to schedule an up-or-down vote on “No Fly No Buy” for terrorists and universal background checks for gun purchases, another sit-in like that last week in the House is likely. 689 more words

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Pittsburgh Police To Move Into Larger Training Center

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Police will soon have a new place to train.

Right now, it’s the CCAC Arts Center, but the building on North Lincoln Avenue on the North Side, will soon be home to a police training facility. 251 more words

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Orlando Victims Honored At Pittsburgh Pride Equality March

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It was a day to celebrate cultural diversity and inclusion.

The annual Pittsburgh Pride Equality March brought record crowds to the streets and 130 organizations supporting the LGBTQ community. 254 more words

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