Monday was the annual “Shop with a Cop” golf outing in Westmoreland County.
A new study suggests that children who have autism may have more synapses in their brain than other kids.
A local mother is behind bars in Beaver County, after officials reportedly found the apartment where she and her family were staying to be in deplorable conditions.
Hundreds of local children now have backpacks to start the school year, thanks to some bikers.
Beat the heat and the doldrums with water fun in your own backyard.
Camp is over. The trip to the beach is done. Are your kids saying they’re bored yet? In less than a month, most kids will be back in school. Until then, here’s something to keep them entertained — Geocaching.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Border Patrol Agents are the men on the front lines having to deal with the children coming across our southern border. One of their biggest concerns is the diseases that […]
A meeting was held in Emsworth Tuesday night, where the sisters who run Holy Family Institute explained their decision to temporarily shelter immigrant children fleeing their homes in Central America
Her name is Anna. She’s a 14-year-old who fled her native El Salvador with her 12-year-old sister, Maria, to find a new life here in Pittsburgh.
The Steelers report to training camp at Saint Vincent College a week from Friday. But team members, past and present, took time out today to teach a youth camp at West Allegheny High School.
Penguins’ prospects are on the bench, and they’re the ones doing the coaching!
They’re kids, some as young as 5- and 6-years-old, who say they’ve fled poverty-stricken and gang-invested Central America for the chance of new life in the United States.
Mayor Bill Peduto proudly announced Tuesday that Pittsburgh was selected as one of only eight cities in the country to receive funding to reduce the number of uninsured children.
Nickel allergies affect 20 percent of the general population, which could cause problems if your electronic device has the metal in it.
No kids allowed. That’s the rule in some popular new housing developments springing up through the state.