On A Positive Note: Aspiring Eagle Scout's Fundraising Campaign Fills 300 Backpacks For Children In Foster CareAt a warehouse on West Liberty Avenue in Pittsburgh, KDKA’s Kym Gable caught up with a group of young volunteers on a mission.
On A Positive Note: Mothers Using Cabbage Patch Kids Dolls To Give Hope To Grieving ChildrenTwo mothers have bonded over an idea to give hope and comfort to sick and grieving children by using Cabbage Patch Kids dolls.
On A Positive Note: Young Man Organizes Clean Up Crew To Beautify CommunityTyresse Tibbs is one of those ambitious young people who just gets things done.
On A Positive Note: Pittsburgh Volunteers Organize Food Distribution Program Aimed At ChildrenLocal volunteers are helping families get the food they need during the coronavirus pandemic.
On A Positive Note: Young Adult Survivors United Helps Provide Support And EncouragementThey are young families in the fights of their lives, and one local organization is on the front lines of that fight right there with them.
On A Positive Note: Fox Chapel High School Students Debut Mister Rogers Documentary On YouTube ChannelA student production team from Fox Chapel Area High School made a Mister Rogers documentary.
On A Positive Note: Woman Turns Terrifying Encounter Into Learning Experience With Self-Defense ClassA local woman is fighting back after a frightening encounter and creating a space for other moms and daughters do the same.
On A Positive Note: Getting Some 'Mom-Spiration'The coronavirus pandemic has left many looking for connection and one local mom is giving kids and families that chance.
On A Positive Note: Students In Bethel Park 'Paying It Forward' With Handiwork As Pandemic Keeps Them Close To Home
On A Positive Note: Area Church Helps Feed Families Amid Coronavirus PandemicSo many local churches have become not just a place to worship, but also a destination for food to feed hungry families during the pandemic.
On A Positive Note: Teenager Receives Commemorative Figurine At Carnegie Science Center Miniature RailroadThe Carnegie Science Center kept a pretty cool secret from a local teenager who is quite an expert on its miniature railroad display.