McKenna Pope, 13, of Garfield, N.J., got more than 40,000 signatures on her online petition at Change.org and the support of celebrity chefs including Bobby Flay, who backed her call for Hasbro to make a gender-neutral oven and to include boys in the ads.
CBS 3 and The CW Philly 57 will wrap up the stations’ 24th annual Joy of Sharing toy campaign benefiting the Salvation Army with a full day of toy collections and fundraising for families in need in our region next Wednesday, December 19th.
Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at some top toys that didn’t fit into any specific category, but they were hits with our toy testers nonetheless.
Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at the top toys priced under $25.
World Against Toys Causing Harm, or W.A.T.C.H., has released the nominations for its annual list of the “10 Worst Toys.”
The results of Jim Donovan’s 3 On Your Side Toy Test are in!
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has decided to file a lawsuit against the maker of “Buckyballs” a popular magnetic desk toy, following a years-long investigation.
During the holidays did your home start looking like the inside of a toy store? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds there’s a real reversal taking place in some homes as more and more families are choosing to live with less.
There are thousands of toys on the market this holiday season. But less than two weeks from Christmas, some of the year’s biggest hits are already selling out.
“Members go online, choose a plan,” explains the founder of toygaroo.com, “and once they sign up, they add all the toys they want to receive to their wishlist.”
ZhuZhu Pets? They’re soooo 2009. So, what will be this year’s Cabbage Patch Kid?
Toxic or dangerous toys can still be found on America’s store shelves. That’s according to the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group’s 26th annual Trouble in Toyland report.
There is a very interesting report in the journal Science that tells us quite a bit about advanced thinking in toddlers.
State Director for PennPirg, Megan DeSmedt says they lobbied long and hard for the laws that are currently on the books and they may have to go back to Congress to rally to keep them.