Police say a western Pennsylvania mother seeking a “fresh start” abandoned her 8-month-old daughter in the woods with a bottle of milk.
A 29-year-old Pennsylvania woman is charged with leaving her newborn alone in her car while she shopped at a local Wal-Mart.
The four retailers — Amazon.com, Buy Buy Baby, Diapers.com and Toys R Us/Babies R Us — agreed to voluntarily participate in the recall of the Nap Nanny because its manufacturer is unable or unwilling to participate, the government agency said in a statement.
The most widely anticipated pregnancy since Princess Diana’s in 1981 is official: Prince William’s wife, Kate, is pregnant.
With all the tragedy that’s come from Hurricane Sandy, something good has come of it too. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl spoke exclusively with a family who evacuated from North Jersey to our area, and now has a new bundle of joy.
Kyle Hinkle, a 25-year-old from the 1500 block of Virginia Avenue, was arrested after Aria Torresdale Hospital reported a 3-month-old baby boy in the ER with head trauma.
On Wednesday around 2:10 p.m., Newark police received a report of a baby left in a car seat on the sidewalk in front of an abandoned house.
Police in Gloucester Township have found a missing 16-year-old and her infant safe and sound.
A Pennsylvania man who allegedly tried to buy a Delaware woman’s baby for $15,000 faces sentencing after pleading guilty to falsifying a birth certificate.
A mother finally gets justice after a former babysitter is charged in the death of her 1-year-old son.
When it comes to baby registries, experts say skip the teddy bears and keep more money in your wallet! 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice for new parents and for gift-givers.
A one-year-old is in stable condition after falling out of a second story window in Philadelphia late Thursday evening.
Philadelphia knows how to serve its mothers, and the city’s best birthing classes cover it all: every nuance, stressor and option a momma could want. Their collective goal: to make birthing a safe, low-stress experience.
What started as an expectant mother’s evening shower turned into an extraordinary surprise for one Bensalem couple. Her husband had to deliver their baby daughter in their bathroom.
There’s a trio of babies in the Red-tailed Hawk nest at the Franklin Institute. The last egg hatched Monday morning.