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.
The Governor is sending a message to the Democrats and his own party.
Tajinae is trying to inspire other young people through her work with the “Role Models” organization.
The mini-revolt is by eight Republican members of the U.S. House, including four from our area
“I want to become a successful actor because I want to show kids that if you grow up with nothing you can always make something out of yourself,” says Jazmeer.
Time is running out for lawmakers to get a deal together to prevent the government from closing down. A CBS Survey says the people of America are evenly divided on the outcome.
It’s a week away and there seems no solution yet to a possible shutdown of the federal government.