Kidsburgh: Zoom Training Classes Can Help Dog Owners Stuck In The HouseZoom training classes can help dog owners stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Fears Leading To Pittsburgh Hospitals Seeing Fewer Stroke PatientsA study by UPMC’s Stroke Institute found the number of people going to the hospital for a stroke is down 40 percent since March compared to previous years.
Woodland Hills High School Superintendent Says School Environment Is 'Less Tense, Less Aggressive' After Removal Of Police Officers
'Children Can Die': UPMC Children’s Hospital Doctor Urges Parents To Get Kids Vaccinated After 50 Percent Drop In VisitsMany people stopped going to the doctor since the pandemic, and that has put many kids behind on their vaccines.
As People Get Back To More Normal Activities, Here Are Some Rules To Live ByHere are some rules to live by during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Pick Up The Fight': Pittsburgh Teenagers Leading Protests, Calling For ChangeYoung people are emerging as some of the strongest leaders in fighting racism in the Pittsburgh region.
Nursing Home Administrator Says Loneliness Is 'Second Epidemic' As Coronavirus Isolates PeopleA study shows loneliness can be as bad for your health as obesity.
Kidsburgh: Several Groups Offering Summer Educational Opportunities After Coronavirus Forces Students Out Of ClassroomsMany people expected that the change to remote learning because of the coronavirus pandemic would be sub-par, but preliminary numbers are showing that learning declined dramatically.
'I Don’t Know If I Ever Thought I Would See A Moment Like This': Pittsburgh Activist Talks About Fighting Inequality If You Can't Attend ProtestsMany people are protesting in the Pittsburgh area and around the country to end racism, but not everyone who wants to protest can join because of work, childcare or health and safety concerns.
'It Didn’t Go Well For Our First Time': Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet Speaks About Remote Learning On District's Last Day Of SchoolToday is the last day of school for kids in Pittsburgh Public Schools, the largest district in our region with 23,000 children.
'Very Difficult': Future Remains Unclear For Performing Arts In Pittsburgh Our region has gone into the "green" phase, but that doesn’t mean go for the performing arts.