Get to know KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen by hearing her answers to these “22 Questions.”
New Year’s Eve can seem like an adult holiday, but it doesn’t have to be.
There are some pretty unique holiday light displays here in Pittsburgh, and checking them out is fun for the entire family.
We’re in the thick of the holiday season, and if you’re still having trouble thinking of what to get a child on your list, Kidsburgh.org has some ideas.
The Lead Task Force released its final report on lead exposure in Allegheny County Tuesday morning.
Now, just in time for Christmas shopping, some local artists and craftsmen are creating unique gift ideas.
Highmark First Night Pittsburgh has unveiled all the newest attractions for the region’s biggest New Year’s Eve party.
Journalist Jane Pauley was in Pittsburgh recently to speak at the Pittsburgh Speakers Series at Heinz Hall, and KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen got to sit down and talk with her while she was in town.
If you are looking for something fun and festive to do with your family this holiday, Kidsburgh has a new guide to help you out.
Thanksgiving is a perfect time to teach kids about giving back.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is about to unveil a huge, new mosaic. And, it was made from the ideas and hands of local high school students.
Kids have so many choices for activities these days from soccer to softball, and dance to debate.
A group of students from Pine-Richland High School won the statewide Jefferson Award for public service.
Common Sense Media, is the largest non-profit in the U.S. dedicated to children’s issues, with its reviews & ratings of movies, games & more
With the help of Grow Pittsburgh, some local schools are bringing their food from “garden to table.”
Teachers are getting creative to excite their students about learning and at one local school, they’re using technology to help teach grammar.