Philadelphia police are investigating the report that a couple threw a baby off a train bridge Friday.
Authorities say Zymeir Perry died at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest and was pronounced dead at 11:51 a.m.
The 19-year-old woman, who witnesses say threw the child off the Hamilton Street Bridge on Sunday, is facing charges of attempted homicide, assault and endangering welfare of child.
A Camden County police officer may have saved an infant’s life today when she rescued the baby from a hot vehicle.
Police say the incident occurred around 3 p.m. on the 1800 block of East Clementine Street in the Kensington section of the city.
Police believe a 22-year-old woman died of an overdose a week or two ago, before her 10-month-old boy starved when no one was left to care for him in the western Pennsylvania apartment they shared.
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The district attorney’s office says the parents have been charged with five counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
An investigation is underway after police say a trio of ferrets chewed off the nose, top lip, and part of the cheek of a one-month-old baby’s face.
Community members gathered for a candlelight vigil at the Browns Mills United Methodist Church.
The sisters gave birth to daughters on the very same day — just hours apart.
Bye, bye Baby New Year. The crowning of the year’s first baby is being kept secret in many communities as hospitals say safety concerns trump tradition.
Rich explains why he is tired of talking about Ferguson. He talks to City Councilman David Oh about the stalled sale of PGW, Ryan Berk, who confronted a man impersonating a military veteran at the Oxford Valley Mall, and Karen Montgomery, whose son Shane went missing in Manayunk the night before Thanksgiving.
As the old saying goes — timing is everything! And if there was ever any doubt about that, ask this family from Delaware County.
For one Camden County police officer, Halloween was anything but a normal day on the job.