There are less than 60 days left in the Pennsylvania Governor’s race.
Sixteen-year-old Emmonie is bursting with creativity. She draws, she dances, she even crochets.
If he could, fourteen-year-old Ryan would like to play football all day long.
13-year-old Jahmeal is glued to his iPhone. When he’s not on his phone, he’s in the kitchen, cooking and baking.
Philadelphia school leaders are threatening layoffs and cutbacks unless they can balance their budget by August 15th with a hefty increase in the city’s cigarette tax.
Nakiyah is the twin sister of Nehemiah. Their younger brother is Elijah (see below).
Last week, we introduced you to Elijah. Today, we’re meeting his older brother, Nehemiah.
If the presidential election were held today, survey responses indicate Hillary Clinton would lose to Rand Paul, 46 to 43 percent, but she’d edge out Chris Christie.
When you see nine-year-old Elijah, don’t be surprised if he’s staring up at the buildings.
The summer season and its tranquility will soon be challenged in the battle for the biggest political prize in Pennsylvania. KYW Special Contributor Larry Kane shares his thoughts.
Larry Kane has details on how the newly signed budget plays right into the middle of the high profile governor’s race in Pennsylvania.
Samira is a very active 12-year-old.
The state budget crisis is in full swing as a new Franklin and Marshall College poll is released by Terry Madonna, talk about timing.
Israel, 9, enjoys sports such as wrestling and football, and likes to play video games.
Elvis, 15, has an interest in insects and fly-fishing, and serves on his county’s Youth Advisory Board.