Shriner’s Hospital

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Thieves Steal Shriners Go Karts Scheduled For Parade

Thieves almost brought an end to a Memorial Day tradition of go kart riding for Shriners Hospital.



“Stop, Drop, And Eat” At Shriners Hospital For Children

  CBS Radio teams up with Shriners Hospital, PG&E, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department and many other local organizations for the “Stop, Drop and Eat” event held on February 28th from 11a.m.-1p.m. Event features include appearances by the Sacramento […]

KHTK Sports 1140–02/21/2013

Skylah Carr

Woodland Girl Home After Weeks In Hospital Recovering After Sparkler Ignites Her Clothing

It was a holiday horror after a 6-year-old playing with a sparkler gets third degree burns on 15 percent of her body.


Skylah Carr

Woodland Girl Recovering After 4th Of July Sparkler Ignites Her Clothing

Six-year-old Skylah Carr is in a hospital bed suffering from second and third degree burns over 15 percent of her body, injuries that will keep her at Shriners Hospital for weeks.


(Courtesy: Desiree White)

Burned Toddler Returns Home After 6 Months At Shriner’s Hospital

After spending the last 6 months at Shriner’s Hospital for Children, 4-year-old Armani is back home and his family couldn’t be happier.


Hunter Cannon, who lost his left leg when he was 6, plays football at Union Mine High School in Placerville. (credit: CBS13)

Union Mine Teen Excelling, Thankful For Shriner’s Hospital

Meet Hunter Cannon, a typical teenager at Union Mine High School in Placerville. “I play football, I do baseball or used to. I wrestle too,” he says. It’s hard to imagine now that he lost his leg in a lawnmower accident.