The mother of a 2-year-old abducted girl from West Virginia was brought to the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Washington County Friday evening to be reunited with her daughter.
It has been estimated that only five percent of patients who suffer sudden cardiac arrest survive. On Friday, one of the lucky ones had a chance to meet the men and women who saved his life.
As KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen returns to work this week, we’re sharing the story of why she’s been away since late November. In the first installment, Ken Rice told the story of how Susan collapsed while running, went into cardiac arrest and likely owes her life to the strangers who stopped and performed CPR. Up next, a look at the challenges she still faces, as well as a pretty powerful lesson for all of us.
Members of a church in Brighton Heights have one more reason to celebrate this holiday season. A visitor showed up at their Sunday morning service this weekend and it was a welcome surprise for a congregation missing their assistant pastor.
Being overseas in the military has plenty of hardships, but for two local servicemen, they missed the births of their children. However, there was a happy reunion Wednesday between the men, their wives and their newborns.