A 4-year-old girl hospitalized for burns was worried Santa Claus might not make it this year.
It was flooded by destructive waters with hundreds of toys damaged before Christmas.
The Salvation Army is asking for the public’s help after hundreds of dollars of toys were damaged by flooding.
A local hockey player who was severely injured during a game last month has returned to the rink.
Albert Lexie has walked the halls of Children’s Hospital twice a week for more than 31 years.
Food pantries throughout the region are responding to unprecedented demand, as the poor, working poor and retirees, like Pete Rotondo, struggle to make ends meet.
The Salvation Army says donation levels are down, partly because of cold weather.
More people than ever are going hungry in our area this Christmas season. Local food banks say demand for food is up by as much as 40 percent.
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, a lot of organizations are gathering food and donations for those in need. But in Penn Hills, some students are collecting something else.
A Christmas controversy has surfaced at the Unity Shopping Plaza in Latrobe, Westmoreland County.
When we last visited with the folks at the Heritage Public Library in McDonald, Washington County, winter was coming and the shingles on the building’s roof were a shambles.
Pittsburgh-area Toys ‘R’ Us stores are getting ready for their 2013 “Toys For Tots” campaign.
A surprise home makeover for a deserving teenager.
it’s the time of year again when you can help make a difference in someone’s life. The 2013 KDKA-TV Turkey Fund kicked off today!
There is a friendly funding battle going on in Pittsburgh today among non-profit organizations. On this Day of Giving, they are reaching out to encourage individuals to help.