NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - CHKD patients and leaders were presented with a $75,000 check on June 27 from Hyundai Hope on Wheels.
The children also painted their hand-prints on a new white Hyundai SUV and on one doctor's head.
"They did, they got my head right here which is good," Pediatric Oncologist Eric Lowe said. "No problem, I don't have much hair up there anyway."
Cancer patient Victoria Thatch said Lowe was 'down to earth' about letting kids put hand prints on his head.
"He let me put my hand print on his head so I was scared," Thatch said. "I thought he was going to be mad at me but they put me up to it."
The money will go towards proton therapy that is only available in ten other locations in the nation.
Newport News Police are still looking for a killer more than four years after a 17-year-old was shot dead.
An Amtrak train carrying more than 40 passengers was involved in an accident with a car Thursday morning in Waverly.
A boil water advisory has been issued in Corolla after a water line break.