Gillette Children’s Hospital
Saturday night, 50 self-proclaimed “nerds” are playing games — to heal kids.
Tuesday morning you can eat free pancakes and in the process help children in need.
You’ve likely had an experience where someone told you that you can’t, and it added inspiration. Lexi Dietz has been inspired for the last eight years, and thank goodness she has.
It was carnival time Wednesday at Gillette Children’s Hospital in St. Paul. In fact, it’s the 53rd year for this festival, put on by St. Paul Firefighters.
A St. Paul man has been charged with striking a 4-year-old boy with his motorcycle and fleeing the scene. According to the criminal complaint, 25-year-old Ernest Travis Jonas was driving after having his license revoked due to speeding tickets.
A St. Paul man is in custody on Sunday after leaving the scene of an accident in which he struck a 4-year-old boy with his motorcycle.
A 10-year-old Minneapolis boy has been waiting for two years to get back on the basketball court.
Doctors at a Twin Cities hospital just made a South American boy’s life a whole lot better after one surgery corrected 10 different bones.
Last summer WCCO introduced you to a little girl raising money to help other children. On Tuesday, her dream came true as she handed out 60 stuffed bears to kids at Gillette Children’s Hospital in St. Paul.
If you think your teenager’s tired all the time, it might be tough to believe Matt Borchers story. Matt has a medical sleep disorder called hypersomnolence and he is known to sleep 13 hours a night.
Keenan Cahill is a YouTube sensation with a 100 million web hits and fans around the world, and on Wednesday, he was in the Twin Cities for something far from acting.
Watching 14-year-old Sam Bell toss his lasso, it’s almost as if his accident never happened. In the courtyard of Gillette Children’s hospital, the young rodeo cowboy displays his quick hands and steady aim.
Ellie Fuller’s lemonade stand at her home in Maple Lake is just a small part of how she’s helping other kids. She might be young, but she’s full of compassion.
The Ronald McDonald House is like a second home for families when their kids are in the hospital — and soon, there will be one in St. Paul.
It was a big day for an 11-year-old Iowa boy who’s been getting medical treatment here in the Twin Cities.
Imagine never really knowing what your child is feeling because he cannot speak. Then think of the moment that all changes.
It’s a story that spreads across the world from Minnesota to Africa. With help from Minnesota doctors, an Iowa family is giving new hope to their adopted son.
Guadalupe Galeno Hernandez, a Minnesota girl who was paralyzed after getting shot, was visited by her friends Friday at the Gillette Children’s Hospital in St. Paul. They brought her several things and gave her good reason to laugh and giggle.