Kidsburgh: Local Organization's Free, Virtual Art Classes Give Kids Creative Outlet During PandemicOne local organization is making sure kids can continue expressing themselves through the arts with classes that are free to those in Allegheny County and anyone in need.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Supt. Says Students Could Continue Remote Learning All Year If COVID-19 Cases Remain HighPittsburgh Public School administrators say they are waiting to see if there’s a spike in COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County from the holiday break before deciding whether to begin opening schools at the start of the second semester.
Pittsburgh Family Names Daughter After UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital Doctors Who Saved Her LifeSome superheroes at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital helped save the lives of a local mom and her baby.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Enrollment At Cyber Charter Schools Up Nearly 60 Percent
Kidsburgh: School Buys 520 Ukuleles For Elementary StudentsWhen the pandemic forced schools to close their doors and teach online, a local music teacher couldn’t teach violin at her school anymore, but she didn’t’ let that stop her.
Dancing In His PJs: Teen's Positive Attitude Helping Him Recover After Bone Marrow TransplantRemote school and social distancing are hard for kids and teenagers, but one local teen has been doing it for two years because he’s immune-compromised.
Kidsburgh: Reducing Stress During The Holiday SeasonKDKA did a survey of almost 1,000 families asking about how the changes to school are affecting them this year, and 75% said they're feeling stress.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: 42% Of Families KDKA Surveyed Say Their Child Is Learning Less Through Online ClassesSchool has been impacted by the pandemic more than most other institutions, and it's having a big effect on families.
FDA Approves Palforzia, The First Drug To Treat Peanut Allergies In ChildrenThe first drug to treat peanut allergies in children was approved by the FDA and will be offered in Pittsburgh.
Kidsburgh: Trick-Or-Treating During The PandemicHalloween is going to look a little different during a pandemic. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen has tips on how to be safe while trick-or-treating.
Doctor Stresses The Importance Of The Heimlich Maneuver: 'They're Going To Die If You Don't Do Something'More than 5,000 people die every year from choking if there's no one there to help quickly.
Accountant Shares What You Can Do To Try And Claim Home Office Expenses On TaxesMany people working from home are spending money out of pocket for supplies, cell phones and improved internet speed.
Kidsburgh: 16-Year-Old From Pittsburgh Area Is One Of The Top Motocross Riders In The CountryA 16-year-old from the Pittsburgh region is the second-best motocross rider in the country in his age division.
Study: Coronavirus Can Remain On Hard Surfaces For 28 Days And On Fabric For 11 DaysA new study found that the coronavirus can stay on hard surfaces for almost a month and on fabric for more than a week.
Kidsburgh: What To Do When A Child Is Sick During The PandemicChildren get sick, but this year, a sick day is going to be different than in most years.