Gary Sinise's Foundation Builds Smart Home For Wounded New Castle MarineA true hero has gotten his reward -- a brand new "smart house" built through the efforts of the Gary Sinise R.I.S.E. Foundation in New Castle.
Injured Veteran Getting Western Pa.'s Second SMART HomeAn injured veteran and his family are getting a new smart home. It's under construction in Lawrence County, and it's designed to make their day-to-day lives a little easier.
Gary Sinise Discusses His Role On Criminal Minds: Beyond BordersGary Sinise discusses his role on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Criminals Minds: Beyond Borders airs Wednesdays at 10/9c only on CBS.
Lt. Dan Band Plays For Big Crowd At Stage AE To Raise $ For Wounded VetThousands of people showed up to see actor Gary Sinise and his Lt. Dan Band at Stage AE Friday night.
Stage AE Ready For Lt. Dan Band ConcertA huge American Flag has been unfurled over Stage AE where actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band will perform pop, rock and country tonight.
Actor Gary Sinise’s Most Important Role Is Supporting Wounded VetsActor Gary Sinise is known for many different roles on-screen, but none is more important to him than his real-life role of supporting wounded veterans of war.
Homecoming Event To Be Held For Wounded MarinePittsburgh Marine Sgt. Doug Vitale is finally coming home this weekend and you're invited to be there for the hero's welcome.
Lt. Dan And His Band Are Helping A Local HeroGary Sinise and his Lt. Dan Band are coming to Pittsburgh to help a local Hero!
Company Donates 10 Billboards To Promote Operation Doug ConcertA local war veteran is about to return home for the first time since he was injured overseas.
Concert To Raise Money For Local Marine Injured In AfghanistanThousands of soldiers and Marines are coming home from war -- some of them with injuries that have changed their lives forever.
Actor’s Foundation To Build New Home For Wounded MarineA Marine corporal from Pittsburgh who lost his legs in Afghanistan is one of a dozen severely wounded veterans to get a new home. And it's all thanks to a foundation headed by actor Gary Sinise.