Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman threw out the first pitch at Fenway Park at a Boston Red Sox game, wheeled out to home plate his hero rescuer, Carlos Arredondo.
Jeff Bauman lost both of his legs during the Boston Marathon bombing. His photo, taken moments after he lost his legs, became one of the poignant faces of the attack.
A couple of Boston students from Emerson College are proving that there's no size limit on giving back. Nick Reynolds and Chris Dobens felt helpless in the wake of the marathon bombings and took it upon themselves to start printing t-shirts that read simply "Boston Strong." They told Shepard Smith on Thursday they would have been satisfied selling 110 shirts at just $20 a pop ... with those proceeds going straight to victims' families. Fast forward to today, and the pair has raised nearly $600,000.
Fox News' Dr. Marc Siegel reported live from Boston's Beth Israel Medical Center on Tuesday where he had the opportunity to speak with 25-year-old Kaitlynn Cates, a victim of last Monday's Boston Marathon bombings. Siegel also interviewed a trauma doctor at the hospital who compared the sights and injuries from the attack to his experience treating soldiers in Iraq.
"This is the other side of the story," Siegel began - a story not about fear and terror, but a story of "courage and hope."
It was an emotional scene last night in Boston as the Bruins took to the ice for the first time since Monday's bombings, which killed 8-year-old Martin Richard, an avid Bruins fan.
In remarks delivered on Thursday, President Barack Obama remembered the victims who lost their lives in Monday's horrific Boston Marathon bombing. He also lifted up the "iconic" city that he says showed America what goodness in the face of evil truly looks like. "You will run again," he told the crowd at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Restaurant manager Krystle Campbell, 29, was identified earlier today as one of the three people killed in the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Her mother, Patty Campbell, spoke in the family’s hometown of Medford about her daughter.
Thirty-two-year-old Nicholas Yanni just spoke to press from Tufts Medical Center in Boston, detailing his experiences after the attacks at yesterday’s marathon.
Dr. Alasdair Conn, the chief of Emergency Services at Massachusetts General hospital, and Dr. George Velmahos, a trauma surgeon at the hospital, gave an update on the patients being treated at the facility for injuries received in Monday's explosions.
The identity of one of the three people killed in Monday's Boston bombings has been released and is said to be 8-year-old Martin Richard.