|Businesses build wheelchair ramp for Zack Towers
The Little Rock Home Depot and S & S Home Improvement of Jacksonville are teaming up to donate all the materials and install a wheelchair ramp for Zack Towers, the Star City football player who collapsed during a game and is in a coma at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
|Retiring hospital CEO honored with endowment
Arkansas Children's Hospital honored its retiring President and CEO.
|Zack Towers update
One month after suffering a seizure on the football field, Star City football player Zack Towers is showing small signs of improvement.
|ACH hosts Adult Burn Survivor Retreat
This weekend, Arkansas Children's Hospital sponsored its Adult Burn Survivor Retreat.
|AR Children's Hospital opens new wing
Arkansas Children's Hospital opened the doors to a brand new $121 million facility more than four years in the making. The new wing is being paid for with a combination of cash reserves, donations, and bonds.
|Dental foundation donates $2M to Children's Hospital
A dental foundation is donating $2 million to support dental programs at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
|ACH: TV tip-over accidents on the rise
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), 20,000 ER visits across the nation involved televisions or televisions and furniture falling on children in 2010. Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) suggests ways to prevent them.