City's Free Summer Meal Program Kicks Off With Help From Steelers' Cam HeywardSchool is out, and while that's a happy time for most kids, it can be tough for children who rely on free school lunches.
'Peaches' The Duck Captivates Glenshaw Office BuildingPeaches the duck has returned to a Glenshaw office building to lay her eggs.
Consumer Group Unveils Dangerous Summer Toys ListThe consumer group, World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.), has unveiled its list of toys they say parents should avoid this summer.
New River Tour Showcases Pittsburgh's Innovation HistoryTaking a look at the sights of Pittsburgh from the three rivers is nothing new, but now there's a new way to see them.
Kidsburgh: Signatures Needed For Referendum To Create Children's FundThis week, children's advocates kicked off their campaign to get 40,000 signatures by Aug. 9 in order to get a referendum on the ballot.
Penguins Accepting Applications For Playground GrantsThe Pittsburgh Penguins and the Penguins Foundation will help award $200,000 in grants to build playgrounds in Allegheny County.
Study Unveils Allegheny County's Most Dangerous Intersections For PedestriansA new study is shining light on some dangerous intersections for pedestrians across Allegheny County.
"Take Me Home" Tuesday: Blue & MatildaA pair of adorable kittens are waiting for a permanent home.
Hard-To-Recycle Collection Events Being Held In Allegheny Co.The Pennsylvania Resources Council will host two Hard-To-Recycle Collection Events during the month of June.
Tens Of Thousands Of Pounds Of Meat Products RecalledWinter Sausage Manufacturing Company is recalling approximately 28,346 pounds of poultry, pork, and beef products due to misbranding.
VA Department Sets Up Online Survey For Female VeteransThere are approximately 60,000 female veterans in Pennsylvania, and the state VA Department wants to hear from them.
Kidsburgh: School Helps Children With High-Functioning AutismOne in 59 kids is on the autism spectrum, a number that's increased tenfold in the last 40 years. This has led to a need for schools to teach autistic children, especially those who are high-functioning.