Driverless Cars Give Hope To Blind - Are Automakers Onboard?Self-driving-car advocates say that in addition to helping the disabled, the vehicles will allow people to do other tasks while driving and make roadways safer by removing human error.
Texas Medicaid Cuts Leave Special Needs Kids Without TherapySome Texas children with special needs have lost critical services since the state implemented $350 million in Medicaid cuts to speech, occupational and physical therapy in December.
High Court To Examine Mental Disability, Death Penalty IssueThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to examine whether the nation's busiest state for capital punishment -- Texas -- is trying to put to death a convicted killer who's intellectually disabled.
Getting To Polls Difficult For Disabled McKinney ResidentsMany disabled residents in McKinney are still without transportation since the city canceled its contract with a Sherman paratransit service last year. That is making early voting more challenging for those who cannot walk or drive.
Meals On Wheels Delivery Driver Saves Man's LifeThree weeks ago, by chance, a delivery driver saved a man's life because of a Meals on Wheels last-minute change to the delivery schedule.
Outrage After Officer Uses Handicap Loading ZoneA photo of a Dallas police cruiser parked in a handicap zone is making the rounds on social media; upsetting most people who see it.
Texans Still Recovering After “Cruel” Life On Iowa Turkey FarmThere are two special men living in North Texas who now show little sign of the awful things that happened to them for so many years. For decades they, and 30 other Texans like them, called an Iowa schoolhouse home and gutted turkeys for $65 a month.
North Texans Looking Out For Others On Giving TuesdayAfter the Black Friday and the Cyber Monday shopping frenzy a new national initiative is being set. But this one is aimed at getting Texans and the rest of the country in the spirit of giving.
Iraq War Veteran Designs Clubs For Disabled GolfersThey say whatever your age or athletic ability, everyone can play golf, and an Iraq war veteran is proving that anyone includes those bound to a wheelchair.
TSA Apologizes To 11-Year-Old Girl Detained At AirportThe TSA has apologized to an 11-year-old girl who was detained for nearly an hour last week at DFW International Airport after agents said they found explosive residue on her hands.
TSA Detains 'Explosive-Laced' Girl In WheelchairA 12-year-old girl who suffers from a bone disorder and uses a wheelchair was detained for nearly an hour at DFW International Airport after TSA agents said they found explosive residue on her hands.