Ruby can be quiet at first, but behind that shy exterior is a young girl bursting with talent.
Eleven-year-old Marcelle has an active imagination. He loves mystery books and playing with Legos.
The time was 12:30, Central. The date – November 22, 1963.
At 15, Jannean has a sense of extraordinary responsibility. She wants to go into the military and is already part of ROTC.
Most of the focus in society is on urban crime, but problems continue to escalate in the suburbs.
Meanwhile, former Philadelphia DA Lynne Abraham is close to declaring that she will also be a candidate.
Jesenia may seem mild-mannered at first, but this ten-year-old girl is a bundle of energy.
In Philadelphia and across the region, eliminating the fear of violence in the educational process is a priority.
Ben, 14, is becoming an expert at the art of paper-folding called “origami.”
It’s been less than two weeks since the government shutdown ended and America averted a default. The debate, however, is just beginning.
At 17, Mikal is an LGBT activist looking for a permanent family of his own.
Christie has always had a mixed record on the subject of gay marriage, at one time urging that a statewide voter referendum should decide the issue.
The race for Philadelphia District Attorney has been a low-key affair, but that changed during an hour-long discussion of the issues.
No political seat is considered a safe seat. That’s the message being conveyed by area Republican leaders to moderate regional congressman Jon Runyan, Pat Meehan, Mike Fitzpatrick and Jim Gerlach.
Seventeen-year-old Chyna wants a career styling hair, and she’s already quite the expert.