A young woman went blind in one eye within 24 hours after catching a flesh-eating bacteria during a mud run in Dallas this month.
A blind high school pole vaulter cleared three heights at the Texas state championships to finish fourth, one spot short of a medal.
Today’s Cowtown race had a very special meaning for a duo whose mission was not so much a fast time stamp, but a message.
Multiple operations couldn’t fix the detached retina and save his vision after a previous injury was aggravated doing a routine dunk before a middle school game.
A legally blind woman falls into an uncovered manhole on Weiler Boulevard, in southeast Fort Worth. The 34-year-old woman was walking with her young son at the time.
A missing guide dog for the blind named Sidney was found Saturday, according to Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB), the nation’s largest guide dog school.
Sidney, a service dog and five-year-old black Labrador, disappeared Wednesday night from her East Dallas backyard.
Hingson was able to function normally when the world was far from normal in New York on September 11, 2001.
A blind Weatherford woman now has two very important new friends. One is an Assistant Fire Marshal, the other is a dispatcher new to her job.
Fort Worth’s Camp Carter YMCA is expanding its vision: to bring summer fun and technology to a special group of blind and visually impaired students. Twelve middle, high school and vocational students from across North Texas are joining sighted students for a week long technology camp.
Notice some changes along Capitol Avenue in Dallas? Lighthouse For The Blind and Dallas Area Rapid Transit certainly hope so.
“It’s boots and chaps, it’s cowboy hats. It’s spurs and latigo” that’s how Garth Brooks describes the rodeo, but when you go to the rodeo what do you see? There are lots of sights to take in, everything […]