Kambel and Kantai are self-labeled 'Autisarians' - a word they and their father came up with to reimagine people living with autism as having superhuman powers.
FOX 29 photojournalist Bill Rohrer showcases hidden treasures across Delaware Valley and some of FOX 29's favorite stories.
Rock Steady Boxing in New Hope is helping give people living with Parkinson’s disease a fighting chance at living a healthy and normal life.
Bill Rohrer catches up with local golfer Katelyn Burks, 8, as she follows in her sister’s footsteps at Augusta!
Did you know the popular Italian sandwich, the Stromboli, originated in Delaware county? Photojournalist Bill Rhorer sat down with the grandson of the creator.
After graduation from Rowan University, Megan Hilbert decided she didn’t want to work for anyone else. So she opened her own food truck.
FOX 29’s Bill Rohrer shares an inside look at unique stories from around the area including a father, daughter YouTube duo and a young luge star with Olympic dreams.
Shirley Lee Corsey speaks with FOX 29 photojournalist Bill Rohrer about her love for finding fascinating facts hiding in plain sight.
FOX 29’s Bill Rohrer shares an inside look at unique stories from around the area including a local table tennis club and a young entrepreneur with quite the slogan!
FOX 29's Bill Rohrer shares fun, unique, and heartwarming stories from around the area.
Whether you're an experienced player or just a novice, one of Philadelphia's older table tennis clubs has a match for you.
The Nutcracker returns, for the first time since the pandemic began, performed by dancers with Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter String Theory School.
Two years ago, Kraig Piper signed up as a volunteer to help with tours of the Kutztown campus. Since then, his role in the everyday lives of students and staff has evolved into so much more.
FOX 29 Photojournalist Bill Rohrer shares personal stories of passion and perseverance from across the Delaware Valley.
A couple in Camden County, New Jersey is keeping The King of Pop's legacy alive as they've filled their home with collectibles and memorabilia.
Years after a grueling battle with ovarian cancer, Ashley Steinberg has found her calling on the hardwood. She has quickly become one of the area’s top referees and she gets to work alongside her own father.
Most people know The Please Touch Museum is a special place. A place a child can learn, grow and discover new possibilities, but for Ian Morrison, it’s a safe space to be himself.
FOX 29's Bill Rohrer has more on a Bucks County cancer survivor who is riding his stationary bike 24-hours straight to raise funds for leukemia and lymphoma society.
Origami artist Joanna Hutchinson is turning her work into one large sculpture to honor the lives lost during the pandemic.
Tristan Ferraro says drawing has become his passion, and he's now bringing pages to life.