Top Pittsburgh news: City approves gun-control measures; heroin found at elementary school

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Pittsburgh, from electronics reported missing from a Montessori school to a pilot project to limit the number of passengers on the P1 East busway. 

Pittsburgh approves gun-control bills; opponents threaten suit against city

Pittsburgh City Council approved three gun-control bills Tuesday in a 6-3 final vote that attracted gun-rights advocates and family members of Tree of Life victims to council chambers — and the threat of lawsuits.

Read the full story on the Post Gazette

Woman sues city of Pittsburgh, officer, after crash leaves her injured

A woman from Pittsburgh’s Perry North neighborhood has filed a lawsuit in Allegheny County Common Pleas court, saying a Pittsburgh police officer is responsible for a crash that left her injured.

Read the full story on WTAE

Heroin found in Pittsburgh elementary school parking lot

Heroin was found in the parking lot of a Pittsburgh elementary school.

Watch the full story on CBS Pittsburgh

iPads, headphones reported stolen from Pittsburgh Montessori

Pittsburgh Public Schools police are investigating a reported burglary that occurred at Pittsburgh Montessori in Friendship over the weekend.

Read the full story on Trib Live. 

With eye on efficiency, Port Authority limits passengers boarding P1 buses at busy Downtown stop

The Port Authority is running a pilot project to limit the number of passengers who can get on its busiest route, P1 East Busway, at its busiest stop at Smithfield Street and Sixth Avenue, Downtown.

Read the full story on the Post Gazette