Pittsburgh Penguins fans know him for his play on the ice, but in September, Craig Adams and his wife, Anne, will co-chair the 2012 ALS Walk at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to the Pittsburgh Zoo’s Henry Kacprzyk about the zoo’s record attendance thanks to a baby animal boom, as well as a new use for elephant dung.
The escape of several rare African Painted Dogs from their main exhibit area temporarily shut down the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Saturday morning.
There is exciting news at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium as they are preparing to welcome another new baby.
Are you sick of throwing your kid the typical birthday party in your backyard or at a swimming pool? Take a look at this guide of some great places to throw your child’s birthday party.
Penguins will enjoy public walks among us – and we’re not talking about the hockey players – during the event Penguins on Parade, which will take place throughout February and March.
Everyone always says that the holidays are especially fun when you’ve got kids in tow and they’re right. Take a look at this guide to some kid-friendly holiday hotspots to really get into the Christmas spirit!
Ho Ho Ho! With Christmas right around the corner, it’s a great time to take the kids to see Santa. Luckily, Kris Kringle is making a number of stops in the ‘Burgh this year, so take advantage of some of these great opportunities!
There are plenty of kid-friendly Halloween happenings around town that are sure to get you and your children into the spirit!
Kathy Suthard from the Pittsburgh Zoo weighs in on the situation in Ohio where nearly four dozen exotic animals were set free on Tuesday.
The Somerset County location of the Pittsburgh Zoo is now home to three elephants from Botswana, but getting there was no easy task.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Tigers are an endangered species around the world and a cub born three months ago at the Pittsburgh Zoo is now recovering from a life-threatening illness. “About mid-November, we started to see […]