John Vahidi, 19, was found just before midnight Friday night on Lexington Avenue and 43rd Street. He was in the process of locating his parents, authorities said.
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 […]
A high school student with autism becomes a hero on the football field. Sounds like a good movie doesn’t it? Well, it’s a true story.
Mel Turner was fired from his part-time job in the Wantagh School District for allegedly making threatening statements.
There is a call by hundreds of people for the rehiring of a Long Island high school custodian who was terminated for allegedly making threatening statements.
The parents of hundreds – and possibly thousands — of New York City special needs students seem to be caught in school bus chaos. With their ride coming late or not showing up at all parents are left asking “where’s that bus?”
Cases of autism have soared in recent years: one in every 88 children is diagnosed with the disorder. Now, a groundbreaking clinical trial will test whether a child’s own stem cells – the building blocks of the body – might help.
Many little girls dream of cheerleading for their favorite professional sports team one day, but for one New Jersey girl, her wish has already come true. Jadyn Waiser, who is autistic, was the first special needs member of the Jets Junior Flight Crew, the kids version of the team’s cheerleaders.
Consider this: the number of men who have children after the age of 40 has increased by more than 30 percent in the last 30 years. And in the last six years the rate of autism has doubled. Now, scientists are saying this is no coincidence.
For any parent of a child with autism, hope can be found in a red-haired freckle-faced girl named Rebecca Singer from Tenafly, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
For a club that often can’t get out of its own way, they’ve done a couple of good things the past few seasons. And they’re totally unrelated to each other.
Yes, the Mets are examining the possibility of selling tickets for a designated “quiet” section. The Amazin’s posed the question to their fans in an email survey Wednesday.
After going off on a rant about why this is such a bad idea, Craig heard from the Mets, who offered an explanation as to why they are mulling over the decision.
Stu Chaifetz decided to place a hidden microphone on his son, Akian, back in February. He recorded more than six hours of audio and said he was stunned by what he heard.
In this edition of Eye On New York, CBS 2’s Dr Max Gomez tells parents everything that they need to know about childhood autism.