St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
Police say a 24-year-old woman has been charged after posing as a nurse and assaulting a child at Saint Christopher’s Hospital for Children on Tuesday.
Hospital executive director Susan Campbell (in photo) says a full-blown family room was not an option, given the hospital’s layout.
An 11-year-old is in stable condition with a leg injury Wednesday night after he was struck by a driver in the city’s Frankford neighborhood, according to police.
Neighbors who witnessed an accident involving a 3-year-old boy say the boy rode his bike right into the street.
Police say a dad who pushed his young son to safety was fatally struck by a car in a hit and run in Northeast Philadelphia late Wednesday evening.
A four-year-old child was rushed to an area hospital after falling out of a 2nd-story window from a home in Kensington Friday evening.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has decided to file a lawsuit against the maker of “Buckyballs” a popular magnetic desk toy, following a years-long investigation.
Officials say it happened just after 10 p.m. Friday night at 11th and Norris Streets. The boy suffered a single gunshot would to his right leg.
A 27-year-old Havertown woman is representing Philadelphia in a competition that celebrates Irish heritage all over the world.
A two-year-old boy is in critical condition after falling from a second story window in the city’s Wissinoming neighborhood Wednesday night, according to police.
A two-year-old child was rushed to an area hospital after falling out of a second-story window in Northeast Philadelphia Thursday evening, according to authorities.
A young child reportedly fell out of a window at a Philadelphia residence on Saturday morning.
A 4-year-old boy was rushed to an area hospital Saturday night after reportedly shooting himself in the chest.
Philadelphia police have a suspect in custody following a chase that ended with a fatal crash in North Philadelphia Friday evening.
A new study being published in the “Journal of American Medicine” indicates that compounds found in waterproof clothing and microwave popcorn may reduce the effectiveness of tetanus and diphtheria vaccines.