Children's Hospital Heroes: RH's Therapy

Next weekend's Red Balloon Run and Ride may raise more than half a million for Children's Health. That's money that will help kids in our area like RH. He's a 4-year-old whose laugh and smile are infectious. But its the therapy he receives at the hospital that really makes the difference.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Shantisa Anderson

A young woman from far east Texas has called Children's Medical Center in Dallas her second home for years. She was born with sickle cell disease. While she admits it has slowed her down, she is thankful for the people it has brought into her life. Now Shantisa Anderson's is giving back with her voice as a highlight of the recent Children's Health Annual Radiothon.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Tatum is in remission

A tough 6-year-old North Texas girl won her battle with cancer. Tatum Teague celebrated her last cancer treatment and rang the "cancer free" bell at Children's Health recently. Today she stopped by Good Day to talk about a big upcoming celebration.

Robertson twins giving back to Children's Health

Twin brothers Reece and Ryan Robertson are now healthy thanks to the people at Children's Health in Dallas. They explain why they're planning to give back to the hospital on North Texas Giving Day next Thursday.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Lily Allen

A Frisco teen and her family are bravely speaking out about teen suicide. Lily Allen almost ended her life but thanks to a unique program in North Texas she is alive and well and ready to help others.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Rome Henderson

It was a life-threatening condition that brought an Austin teenager to Children's Medical Center in Dallas. Now she can thank the doctors and a miracle machine that very few children's hospitals actually have.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Wall Climber

A 9-year-old girl in Frisco who recently finished intense cancer therapy is stronger by the day. And there's one place you will almost always find her smiling. FOX 4's Lauren Przybyl joins Makenna Rodolph for a little rock climbing.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Abel

The love of a North Texas father shines through even as he explains his son’s battle to stay alive. What dad did to make his son smile had lots of people at Children’s Medical Center talking.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Jack & Matthew

A family from Coppell has been through two major health scares with their boys. It's now their mission to share their story of hope and healing. They talked to FOX 4's Lauren Przybyl about their journey and Children's Health in Dallas.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Wynn

Thousands will show up in Plano this weekend to support a hospital that has saved the lives of so many North Texas kids.

Children's Hospital Heroes: Tatum's Story

The last five months have been excruciating for a Richardson family. Their world turned upside down after their happy, active and fun-loving 4-year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. But Tatum’s smile will make you melt and her story of survival will amaze you.