This year, we are excited to announce the 2013 Andrew Farrell Home Run Derby is set for Saturday, May 17th at George Washington High School.
Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received a $3.25 million dollar gift to establish a center dedicated to a degenerative disease affecting one in every 50,000 people in the world.
According to police, 15-year-old Amber Helleston has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of a 14-year-old boy last week.
Experimental therapy for hard to treat cancer is showing more promise. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has the latest.
A 14-year-old Philadelphia boy stabbed last week by a teenage girl has reportedly died.
Philadelphia police are searching for the driver who fled the scene after striking a young pedestrian Tuesday morning.
An undetected threat is growing in our area. With widespread power outages, the number of carbon monoxide cases is growing.
Loving licks for patients at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. It’s where four legged friends help sick kids take a break from their troubles.
15-year-old Russell Drzik just had heart surgery CHOP. A successful surgery has also ended in a dream come true. He’ll be attending the Eagles-Saints playoff game tonight at the Linc thanks to Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the CHOP Buddy Walk at Villanova University on October 6th, 2013.
A South Philadelphia girl is defying the odds thanks to an experimental drug that’s giving her a new lease on life.
Two 17-year-old males were reportedly shot on South Carroll Street on Tuesday afternoon.
The 11-year-old Newtown Square girl who made national headlines when her parents sued to get her on the adult lung transplant list is finally home after long hospital stay.
A spokeswoman for the family of a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl recovering from two double lung transplants says the child is expected to be released from the hospital later this week.
A remarkable study, conducted by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia physicians, takes a look at the lives of babies born addicted to crack and compares their progress to children from the same socioeconomic background that were not exposed to cocaine.