Expect to see everything from balloons and pony rides to bounce houses and climbing walls on Sunday, August 28 at the Grace Fund's 7th annual fundraiser called "A Family afFaire."
Over the last six years the organization has raised and granted over $600,000 to those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis,... more »
Country singer-songwriter Lucas Hoge will perform his hit single "How was I to know," a song composed to fulfill the wish of a Pueblo hospice patient, at a private concert this afternoon in Pueblo.
Hoge adapted the lyrics from a poem that was written by Natalie Fognani who has... more »
On Thursday night, we told you the story of a Pueblo woman. She's suffering a terminal disease. She wrote a poem about savoring life. A country singer turned that poem into a beautiful song. On Friday, emotions were running high as they met face to face for the first time.... more »
A Pueblo woman's song is topping the local country charts, despite her no longer having a voice. Natalie Fognani is trapped inside a body that is barely working. She can no longer speak, but her message can be heard all over Pueblo.
Fognani is suffering from ALS, or Lou... more »
Scientists have found evidence connecting head injuries in athletes to Lou Gehrig's disease. Dr. Ann McKee says she found toxic proteins in the spinal cords of three athletes who had suffered head injuries and then later died of Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS. Those same proteins have been found in... more »
HBO's "Real Sports" is reporting that scientists have found evidence connecting head injuries in athletes to Lou Gehrig's disease.
Dr. Ann McKee says in an interview to air Tuesday night that she found toxic proteins in the spinal cords of three athletes who had suffered head injuries and then... more »
You can enjoy a hot cup o' joe tomorrow, while helping out the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Dutch Bros. Coffee has partnered with MDA, to kick of ALS Awareness Month.
All Dutch Bros. Coffee locations will donate proceeds from tomorrow's coffee sales to MDA, to raise awareness for ALS (Lou... more »
Some sad news to pass along to our longtime News First 5 viewers. J. Ralph Carter, our weathercaster who started here in the mid 70's, has passed away. J Ralph passed away from Lou Gehrigs Disease (ALS) which is a form of Muscular Dystrophy. He was only 61 years old.... more »