Dimitri Rivera, 12, has autism. His mother saw signs when he was just 2-years-old.
The family of a Richland Township man, who is facing prison time in the stabbing death of his grandmother, is speaking out about mental illness one week after the tragedy.
Jake Beistel is a born wrestler. At 15-years-old, he is already one of the top wrestlers in the state. And while Jake is turning heads for what he’s doing in wrestling, what he’s doing from wrestling may be even more impressive.
The circus is in town and Wednesday, performers held a special Halloween party for a group of students.
Stephen, Please! ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith came under fire Thursday for using a racial slur on Thursday’s edition of First Take. The comment happened during a discussion of whether or not Kobe Bryant will play in […]
Parents of children with autism are protesting new rules that took effect today in Pennsylvania, which will require parents at certain income levels to partially pay for services that used to be free.
At a movie shoot at Wilkins School Community Center, Hester Wagner’s cast and crew are made up of Pittsburgh area kids with autism.
It was a very special day for a boy whose father was killed in the line of duty.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has recently released statistics showing that one in 88 children are diagnosed with autism. That is a 78 percent increase from 2002.
The Pine Richland School District is grappling the issue of whether a boy with autism should be allowed to bring his service dog to school with him.
Police in Freedom Borough are investigating the disappearance of a stroller belonging to a child with special needs. The 8-year-old boy has autism and his mother, Theresa Salvatore, says she uses it because he tires easily.
University of Pittsburgh researchers announced today they are looking for parent volunteers for a new study to look at potential triggers for autism.
Researchers at Pitt are looking for volunteers for an autism study.
Join us on Saturday, June 4th at Heinz Field for Walk Now for Autism Speaks!
He is considered a piano prodigy. A teen from the East Hills who has been playing the piano by ear since he was about 18-months-old. While he’s an incredible musician, what’s really remarkable about Shailen Abram is he’s been blind all his life. On Wednesday night, Abram was recognized with a national award.