US Job Openings Decline In February From Record LevelThe figures suggest a healthy job market tilting in favor of job seekers. There are nearly as many job openings as there are unemployed people.
American Airlines Settles Disabilities Case For $9.8 MillionAmerican Airlines and a subsidiary will pay $9.8 million in stock to settle claims that they failed to help disabled employees return to work.
Social Security's Grim PrognosisSocial Security's board of trustees last week released its annual report on the long-term financial health of the system's trust fund.
Former Postal Workers Busted After Bilking Millions From The GovernmentMcArthur Baker, 69, and Tonya Evans, 52, were each convicted on one count of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. with respect to claims and one count of false statements or fraud to obtain federal employees’ compensation.
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.
EmployAbility Hosts Job Fair For North Texans With DisabilitiesEmployers expected to attend include Bank of America, Southwest Airlines and PepsiCo.
Texas Creates State Website For Children With Special NeedsA Texas task force has created what officials call a first-of-its-kind website designed to help families who have children with disabilities and special needs.
North Texas Special Olympics Squad Will Leave You CheeringWith pom-poms in hand, and relentless joy in their hearts, the cheer squad at Dallas’ Notre Dame school polishes their big routine: and they’re not at all territorial with their support.
Wendy Davis TV Ad Touches On Greg Abbott's Disability A new television ad by Democrat Wendy Davis focuses attention in the Texas governor's race on Republican Greg Abbott's use of a wheelchair, accusing him of not siding with victims like himself.
South Texas Ex-Marine Says VA Wrongly Classified Him As DeadA Houston-area veteran who as a Marine served two tours in Iraq has been trying to convince the Veterans Affairs Department that he's not dead.
North Texas Man, EEOC Sue Wal-Mart For DiscriminationA Keller man claims that he was discriminated against because of his age and disability while working as a manager for Wal-Mart, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit on his behalf.
Students Accused Of Bullying & Beating Disabled TeenJacob Cramer is shy and won’t talk much these days. He sits on the couch at home, because he’s scared to leave his house. He finally told his mother how two students cornered him in the locker room and beat him up.