The Ice Bucket Challenge is still going strong. Round two is underway under the heading: “Every August Until a Cure.”
A Catholic priest who took the ice bucket challenge with Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik last year has died of the disease they were raising money to cure: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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The University of Pittsburgh is creating the Live Like Lou Center for ALS Research to study a cure for the degenerative nerve disease named for baseball player Lou Gehrig.
The ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge” raised more than $115 million this year. It also made people more aware of the debilitating illness.
In a special kind of event in Pittsburgh this weekend, runners were encouraged to down carbs while running. It was a sweet way to raise money for a good cause.
Firefighters from the North Side were on the Ellen show Friday.
The challenge is sweeping the nation, but the ice buckets hit close to home for a group of Pittsburgh firefighters.
“ALS” is a terrible disease which usually ends with paralysis and death. But as we have seen, the ALS Association has come up with a unique way to raise funds for research.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been a huge success both locally and nationally. However, there’s another event coming up to continue the fundraising effort.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge this weekend to help a dear friend.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — Four mayors. Four police chiefs. Four buckets. And a big cooler of ice. That’s right – the Ice Bucket Challenge has landed literally on Main Street USA, on the steps of […]
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been soaking people all across the nation these past weeks.
The Committee of House Administration is dumping cold water on members of the House of Representatives, banning them from posting videos of themselves participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on official accounts.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has reportedly raised millions of dollars in the past few weeks for research of Lou Gehrig’s Disease.