Make-A-Wish’s BatKid rescues San Francisco, melts hearts

SHARE Make-A-Wish’s BatKid rescues San Francisco, melts hearts
SHARE Make-A-Wish’s BatKid rescues San Francisco, melts hearts

It’s the most heart-warming story you’ll read today, the story of Miles and the Make-A-Wish foundation, who have given Miles the chance to play Batman and rescue “Gotham City” (aka San Francisco). Follow his exploits below.

Before the day was over, the FBI issued an indictment against the Riddler and the Penguin, President Obama gave his own encouragement, and the San Francisco Chronicle printed a special front page.

The Chronicle also wrote this amazing BatKid editorial that will tug at your heartstrings.

And, of course, consider donating to Make-A-Wish.

https://twitter.com/ZenCupcake415/status/401489267328708608

Lu6nHlY.gif

https://twitter.com/xochster/status/401423460007964672

View this post on Instagram #nananana #sfbatkid to the rescue #kapow #lamborghini #bentley #makeawish #selfieaday A post shared by Nathalie Marchino (@swissbeatz09) on Nov 15, 2013 at 1:40pm PST View this post on Instagram #SFBatKid captured the Penguin and rescued Lou Seal! A post shared by @ abc7newsbayarea on Nov 15, 2013 at 1:28pm PST

https://twitter.com/pettybooshwah/status/401478432619372545

https://vine.co/v/htbdjZAPrAX

The Latest
The youngest homicide victim was a 16-year-old boy shot Saturday near “The Bean” in the Loop.
Mary J. Blige accepts Icon Award after a career filled with “a lot of heartache and pain.”
The teen exchanged gunfire with several occupants of a car at a Citgo parking lot in the 1000 block of Jackson Street on Sunday, police say.
After a chaotic night that ended with a 16-year-old dead, two men wounded and 30 people arrested, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced minors won’t be allowed in the park after 6 p.m., Thursday through Sunday, unless they’re with a “responsible adult.”