A group of teenagers from the suburbs reach out to kids their age who live under much different circumstances. Jasmin Johnson, 16, started the program after she learned about teens in crisis.
Several firefighters were taken to the hospital after a fire truck flipped while trying to avoid another vehicle in Lumberton, New Jersey.
In Camden County, it’s outta here! Or maybe it’s just a pop fly. But hey, it doesn’t matter! Young batters are swinging for the fences for a good cause.
When it comes to hockey, Jordan Fromm is always eager for more. The 14-year-old goalie from Upper Montgomery County plays on two teams, but it’s what he does off the ice that attracted our attention.
Dave Huddleston tells us how a New Jersey man is helping his sister, who lost her child to a congenital heart defect.
A little girl who needed a new heart has a whole community by her side. The Basta family of Downingtown is spending a lot of time in a hospital at the bedside of 8-year-old daughter Josie waiting for the day she can come home.
Her name is Eden Eskaros. On a recent trip to Mexico, she saw something she didn’t like and did something about it. That changed everything for hundreds of children.
You might expect kids with blindness to need help, but Dave Huddleston met two youngsters who are helping themselves and others.
Chris May To Anchor Live From Ground Zero As CBS 3/CW Philly Bring ‘Star Spangled Summer’ To A Close With Expanded 9/11 Anniversary Coverage ‘Remembering 9/11’ Special To Air On Both Stations
Anchor Chris May will anchor live from Ground Zero in New York City on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 as CBS 3 and The CW Philly conclude their Star Spangled Summer campaign this week.
A West Philadelphia woman is helping others despite her own physical concerns.
When a Montgomery County man discovered his wife had a potentially fatal disease, he refused to sit still. He flew into action.
Kids in the hospital are getting help from one of their own, a girl from Atlantic County. Sara Sapello of Minotola is twelve and a half. When her grandmother taught her to sew, she used that new skill to start a life of giving.
It is a roller coaster ride no one wants to be on. The ups and downs of the Wall Street has just about everyone, even traders on the floor saying, ‘what is going on?’
Honoring those who gave everything for our country, a New Jersey group is remembering service members whom everyone else seemed to forget.
City leaders say violent flash mobs running through the streets of Philadelphia will not be tolerated.
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