Hundreds of people are rallying around a local teenager who nearly died after a car accident.
Hundreds are rallying around a local police officer battling an aggressive form of cancer.
A local hockey player who was severely injured during a game last month has returned to the rink.
It’s party time at the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh.
Elizabeth Dietz and her brother, George, take a break at Children’s Hospital.
In this season of thanks, it’s good to remember how quickly life can change. On Saturday, Nov. 16, Kevin Kenny was playing the kind of tough hockey game he loves.
Suiting up to play hockey is something Chris Kushneriuk shouldn’t be doing. Talk to his doctors, and Chris shouldn’t even be alive.
A British man who lost his wife a few months ago is proving love has no limits. The feisty senior citizen is putting his own health challenges aside to take a massive leap for love.
It was one year ago today that 2-year-old Maddox Derkosh was killed, after falling into the African painted dogs exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Thousands were out on the North Shore Sunday for the annual “Step Out” walk to stop diabetes.
Brandon Bushmire is back at home with his parents after spending 14 months in the hospital and undergoing six surgeries.
Thousands of dollars were raised Thursday evening for a family who lost everything in a devastating house explosion in West Virginia on Oct. 11.
At 32-years-old, Matt Onyshko has been living with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, for five years. When he was diagnosed, he had been a firefighter with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire just over a year.
The proceeds from the Bluegrass & Beyond Music Festival will go towards maintenance and improvements for Harmony’s parks.
Ellen Toy was not about to miss this. Even after receiving chemotherapy treatment for hours that morning. Even after having to carry a portable chemo unit. Nothing was going to keep her away, from Jamming the Gym.