Boy Who Lost Hearing At 2-Years-Old Is Now Thriving In Middle School After Cochlear Implant SurgeryA boy who lost his hearing at 2-years-old is now thriving in middle school after a cochlear implant surgery.
Pittsburgh Penguins Star Sidney Crosby Spreads Holiday Cheer To Children’s Hospital PatientsPittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is getting in the holiday spirit.
Pittsburgh Steelers TJ Watt And Alejandro Villanueva Visit Children's HospitalTwo Pittsburgh Steelers players visited Children's Hospital to meet families and patients.
Special Pittsburgh Marathon Track Set Up For Children's Hospital PatientsThere's still a few days until the Pittsburgh Marathon, but some patients at Children's Hospital got a head start Tuesday.
Five Dozen Xbox Gaming Consoles Delivered To Children's HospitalThanks to donations from the Mario Lemieux Foundation and Make Room For Kids, Children's Hospital received five dozen Xbox consoles.
Ring That Bell! After Grueling 30 Months, 8-Year-Old Darran Dunlap Marks Final Chemo TreatmentAfter a grueling 30 months, 8-year-old Darran Dunlap marked the end of her cancer treatments Friday.
WWE Superstars Visit Children's Hospital Patients In PittsburghSeveral WWE Superstars paid a visit to patients at Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh on Monday.
Police: SUV Riddled With Bullets Arrives At Children’s Hospital, 2 Shot On Paulson Ave.Pittsburgh Police are investigating after two gunshot victims showed up at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville in the middle of the night.
Children's Hospital Free Care Fund: Brady's StoryBrady Hunker is a high school senior and a hockey player from Mount Pleasant. He's also battling bone cancer with the help of doctors at Children's Hospital.
Children's Hospital Free Care Fund: Gage's StoryA 2-year-old boy is battling a rare brain tumor and UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh is providing hope.
Children's Hospital Free Care Fund: Noah's StoryDuring an ultrasound, one Butler County couple learned their baby would not be able to breathe or eat on his own after he was born, but doctors at Children's Hospital helped baby Noah find his appetite and his voice.