Baby With Inoperable Brain Tumor Making Remarkable Strides After Kiss From PopeIt’s been two months since KDKA introduced you to 1-year-old Gianna Masciantonio.
Baby Of Native Pittsburgh Couple Receives Kiss, Blessing From PopeWhile Pope Francis was in the United States he met a lot of people, gave out many blessings and offered prayers for and kindness to many children.
New Technology Helping To Treat Brain TumorsTreating brain tumors can be difficult, especially if they're rare or are in a particularly complicated part of the brain. Now, a combination of technologies is helping to map out a better treatment.
Hundreds Of Police Officers Attend Bethel Park Boy’s FuneralA young boy from Bethel Park, who lost his battle with a rare form of brain cancer, was laid to rest this morning.
Huge Turnout Of Law Enforcement Expected At Bethel Park Boy’s FuneralA tremendous outpouring of support from local law enforcement is expected at the funeral of a Bethel Park boy whose dream was to become a police officer.
Bethel Park Boy Dies After Brave Battle With CancerA little boy, who captured the heart of the entire city during his battle with a rare disease, has died.
Get Marty: Man Asks For Help To Give Wife A Proper FuneralA local man’s heartbreaking love story has revealed the generosity of others, who stepped up to help him give his late wife a proper burial.
Halloween Party Aims To Raise Money For Boy With Brain TumorYou probably wouldn't think clowns, zombies, aliens, and werewolves would head up a very good fundraising campaign, but ALL of them did a pretty amazing job of bringing in donations at this event today.
8-Year-Old Spends The Day As Honorary Bethel Park Police OfficerBethel Park had a tiny new officer out making the rounds Tuesday.
ESPN Grants Boy’s Final WishA little boy's dying wish has now come true.
Family Launches Campaign To Fulfill Wish Of Boy Who Lost Battle With CancerEddie Buggs was the kind of moniker any play-by-play guy would love.
Brain Tumor Survivor A True Inspiration As She Works To Help Haitian OrphansDuring her senior year at North Allegheny High School, her life was inalterably changed by a brain tumor. It set Christina Schuliger on an arduous two-year path of rehabilitation and struggle in which she's had to relearn even the simplest tasks. But she defied her doctor's expectations.