'An Industry That Is In Complete Shutdown Distress': Pittsburgh Cultural District Feeling Heavy Weight Of Coronavirus ShutdownThe arts and entertainment industry is almost completely shutdown because the business model is built on bringing large groups of people together.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh Charity Gives Communication Devices To Kids With Autism Who Left Theirs At SchoolKids left their schools in March without their books and whatever was in their lockers, thinking they would be back in a couple weeks. But some kids also had to leave their voice.
Local Travel Agent Says Summer Travelers Interested In 'Drive Markets' This YearOne local travel agent says even with travel plans in flux right now, there is a lot of interest in what are known as "drive markets."
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Studies Warn The Learning Loss During COVID-19 Pandemic Will Be GreatStudies indicate the learning loss will be great during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Providing Access To Computers To Marginalized Students Is A Game Changer', PPS Supt. Says As District Works To Get Technology To StudentsThe 23,000 students in Pittsburgh Public Schools are all doing remote learning for the first time this week, but about half of them don’t have access to a computer at home.
Kidsburgh: Experts Say Child Abuse Numbers Are Likely Higher Than Normal During Coronavirus OutbreakThis pandemic can be an especially difficult time for families who are juggling kids home from school while also working from home or even worse, home because they lost their job.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Cookie Dough HummusIn this Kidsburgh Kidcast, Kristine Sorensen learns how to make Cookie Dough Hummus.
'It Is A Herculean Task': Online Classes Start Up For All Pittsburgh Public Schools Students Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAll Pittsburgh Public School students started classes from home today, other than the seniors who started last week.
'The Public Does Have A Misperception That We're Not Available': Physicians Encourage Patients To Communicate With Doctors During Coronavirus PandemicMany people are putting off and rescheduling doctor’s appointments, medical tests and screenings, but as the pandemic and the social isolation continue, physicians are encouraging people to communicate with their doctor so they can continue their care.
Around The Table: ER Doctor Lays Out How Wearing A Face Mask Can And Cannot Protect YouKDKA's Kristine Sorensen talked with Dr. Arvind Venkat, emergency physician from Allegheny Health Network, about masks and what they do and don’t do.
'We're Not Asking For A Lot': Local Small Business Owners Feel The Paycheck Protection Program Failed ThemLocal small business owners feel the Paycheck Protection Program has failed them.
Around The Table: Expert Gives Advice For Wearing A Face Mask And Keeping It CleanKDKA's Kristine Sorensen talks with an expert about face masks now that many people will be required to wear them.
Kidsburgh: Talking About Mental Health With ChildrenHave you found yourself pushed to your limit, losing patience?
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Teaching Kids To Cook One way to make the most of the stay-at-home order and kids home from school is to teach kids to cook.
Kristine Sorensen Vlog: #AloneTogether, Day 10 At Home From Work And SchoolIt’s Kristine Sorensen reporting from home on the last day of the second week of this new world we’re living in — social distancing, isolation, quarantine.