Man Sues Cubs, Says Foul Ball At Wrigley Blinded HimA man is suing the Chicago Cubs and Major League Baseball after he was struck in the face by a foul ball at Wrigley Field and left blind in one eye.
Court: Movie Theaters Must Accommodate Deaf-Blind PatronsAn appeals court says federal disability law requires movie theaters to provide interpreters to patrons who are deaf and blind.
Teen Survives Three Gunshots To The HeadShot three times in the head and left for dead, Evelyn Bunte's survival is nothing short of a miracle.
Trilingual, Blind Child With Cerebral Palsy Wows With Piano SkillsThe fact that he was born blind, and with cerebral palsy, only adds to the respect for his talent.
Blind Man Says McKinney Intersection Unsafe For Disabled PeopleA McKinney man says a busy intersection is a sign the city is neglecting its citizens with disabilities.
Hit-And-Run Driver Kills Blind Man In ArlingtonPolice are asking the public for help finding the person responsible for a hit and run that killed a blind man trying to cross the street.
Facebook Programs Computers To Describe Photos For The BlindFacebook is training its computers to become seeing-eye guides for blind and visually impaired people as they scroll through the pictures posted on the world's largest online social network.
Blind 72-Year-Old Woman Escapes House Fire UnharmedCaroline Ware was napping on the sofa when she says she heard a “popping” noise from the rear of the house.
Presidential Award-Winning Painter John BramblittJohn Bramblitt is a blind painter from Denton. But he is now known all over the world.
25 Years On, Disabilities Act Has Changed Lives Of MillionsA blind or deaf person, or anyone with a host of other disabilities, has access to accommodations enhancing their independence and engagement — all of this the legacy of the sweeping Americans with Disabilities Act.
Dirty And Dangerous; Woman Loses Sight In Eye After Mud RunA young woman went blind in one eye within 24 hours after catching a flesh-eating bacteria during a mud run in Dallas this month.
Blind Texas High School Pole Vaulter Nearly Medals At State Track MeetA blind high school pole vaulter cleared three heights at the Texas state championships to finish fourth, one spot short of a medal.

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