Carnegie Science Center teams with the Pittsburgh Penguins on new ‘Science of Hockey’ show

“It’s a show that explores physics, geometry, material science behind the game of hockey.”

The Perry sextuplets graduate from high school and prepare for new beginnings

They’re looking forward to being known individually, but they’re grateful for the time they had quarantined in the pandemic.

New Allegheny County Department focuses on giving all kids opportunities to succeed

Allegheny County has created a new department that focuses on children. KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen has more. – Allegheny County government has created a new department focusing on children, get started Monday […]

Don’t miss these family-friendly events in June

Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Cheng stops by Pittsburgh Today Live on KDKA-TV to talk about upcoming family-friendly events with Heather Abrahams and Mikey Hood. Explore the complete list of events for […]

KDKA survey looks at the social, emotional and academic impact of remote learning

“It’s just been really hard. I’m just ready to go back to normal.”

PNC Foundation partners with ‘Sesame Street’ to teach kids about racial justice

Kids notice differences in race as young as 6 months, and they start to form judgments based on race by the age of 3.

Kidsburgh Hero: 11-year-old wins President’s Volunteer Service Award

“We were very surprised and happy, too, for him to really realize the value and the benefits of helping each other.”

AIU’s ‘joyful grants’ help teachers fund projects to keep kids motivated

More than 90 local teachers received “joyful grants” from the Allegheny Intermediate Unit this year to start projects to help kids succeed during this challenging school year. Abbey Nilson wanted […]

As more parents are vaccinated, what activities are safe for kids?

Many parents are vaccinated, but their kids are not, and this is leading to lots of questions about what’s safe. KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen talked with Dr. John Williams, head of […]

Family-friendly events going on around Pittsburgh in the month of May

Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr shares family-friendly Remake Learning Days events in Pittsburgh during the month of May with Heather Abraham and David Highfield on Pittsburgh Today Live! Check out the […]

Fred Rogers Productions creates ‘Donkey Hodie,’ an ode to ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’

Fred Rogers Productions, headquartered in Pittsburgh, has developed a new show based on one of the Mister Rogers characters, “Donkey Hodie,” to debut May 3 on PBS Kids. Fred Rogers […]

Dr. G: 6 questions to ask about summer camp safety

Many kids are head over heels for summer camp and our camps are bending over backward to make it safe for kids this summer.

Pirates Looking For All-Star Teachers

The nomination process is open now on the Pirates’ website though April 9. Teachers from Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties are eligible, as well as […]

Don’t wait to sign kids up for summer camp

Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr is talking about summertime day camps for kids and why it’s important to get them signed up now.

The 50-year legend behind Pittsburgh’s own Mr. Yuk

Fifty years ago, a local doctor created the Poison Control Center and the Mr. Yuk symbol.  When Dr. Richard Moriarty was a resident at UPMC Children’s Hospital, he realized the […]

Pittsburgh authors share lessons from Mister Rogers in new book

“All across the Pittsburgh region, we have people who are essentially applying the Fred method.”

Pittsburgh families find silver linings to a full year of social distancing

“I tend to like the intimacy that we tend to have right now.”

Nominate your teacher to the Pittsburgh Pirates All Stars

Teachers have had some of the most difficult jobs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates in partnership with the Grable Foundation want to recognize teachers. Pirates President Travis Williams says, “As a […]

Love your principal? Nominate now for Pittsburgh Penguins MVP

The Most Valuable Principal program will honor 15 principals from schools in Allegheny County.

Mars High School finds a way to produce ‘Mamma Mia,’ despite pandemic

“I’ve never in 17 years seen as much joy and happiness and tears.”


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