Autistic UNT Student Creates Card For Police To Accommodate Special Needs StudentsA local college student is finding a way to build better communication between students with special needs and police.
Newest Gerber Baby Poses For Sweet Pic With 1st Gerber BabyThe newest poster baby for Gerber baby food earlier this year, who is breaking records in his own right, is in the spotlight again for taking an adorable photo with the original Gerber baby.
High Schoolers Hold Football Game For Students With Special NeedsSpecial needs students rushed into Highlander Stadium in Highland Park to be a part of the HP Buddy Bowl, a game founded by freshman football player Brayden Schager and his family.
Frisco ISD Transportation Worker Indicted For Injury To Disabled ChildA bruise, along with what appears to be a fingernail impression on her son's thigh, is what first got the attention of Tanya Adams.
Annual 'Beeping' Easter Egg Hunt For Children With DisabilitiesMore than 100 children from the Dallas ISD participated in an Easter egg hunt geared toward their needs.
Boy With Special Needs Wins Big On And Off The CourtAfter years of sitting on the bleachers, a 12-year-old basketball super fan is winning big on and off the court.
Entrepreneur Opens Ice Cream Shop So He Can Hire Special Needs WorkersThere are no handouts at Howdy Homemade Ice Cream. This is not a charity. Employees are trained in everything.
Next Gerber Baby Will Be A Boy With Down SyndromeOne-year-old Lucas Warren's contagious smile won over executives at Gerber baby food who have made him their "spokesbaby" this year.
Former Special Needs Teacher In Garland Pleads Guilty To Child Porn ChargeKirk Patrick Keshler faces up to 20 years in federal prison, a $250,000 fine and a lifetime of supervised release. He will remain in custody pending sentencing which is set for April 4, 2018.
The Ones For Texas: Party With A PurposeThis Christmas party in Garland is a chance to honor special needs children and adults. It started with 38 families a decade ago and a small party at a church building.
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.
Highland Park Holds Football Game For Kids With Special NeedsA group of eighth-grade boys from Highland Park Middle School have spent the last two months planning for a day that they had no idea would create such lasting memories for them or their friends with special needs.