Get to know KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen by hearing her answers to these “22 Questions.”
A local charity is making a profound difference in the lives of local families. They’re giving children a voice and giving the whole family hope.
It is hard to think about heading back to school in the thick of summer, but local non-profits have to do that just to be ready.
Kidsburgh has made a list of seven farms where you and your children can pick-your-own fruits and vegetables.
The price of movie tickets has skyrocketed 60 percent since 2000, now costing nearly $9 each on average.
Virtual reality really hit the consumer market about a year ago, and for the first time, it’s at a price point that schools can afford.
Father’s Day is coming up and if you’re looking for a really special gift, Kidsburgh has an idea.
Kidsburgh has put together a list of seven time-tested theater schools where kids are learning what it means to “break a leg.”
Some local high school students are learning more in their jewelry class than just how to make necklaces, rings and bracelets.
“Remake Learning Days” is a showcase of innovative teaching and outreach, with more than 350 events through May 26.
Americans love their Olympic gymnasts. But, did you know we have girls right here in our area who are training to be the next Olympians?
You only have a few weeks left to see an exhibit at the Heinz History Center that’s been in the making for 100 years.
Birthdays are a big deal for kids.
Many people want to volunteer, but think it’s too hard when they have kids. Now, the United Way is making it easy for families with their “Families for Good Challenge.”
Five local girls from a small ballet school in the South Hills were recently accepted into the most prestigious summer dance program in the country in New York City, but for one of the dancers, the challenge has been much more than learning ballet.
The work of Urban Impact inside and outside of Pittsburgh schools is serving more than 1,700 kids, and it’s changing lives one at a time.