Feds Say Florida Routinely Violated Disabled Inmates RightsThe U.S. Justice Department has stepped into a nearly year-old lawsuit against the Florida Department of Corrections, alleging that the state's prison agency "systematically violates the rights of inmates with disabilities."
Meet Hannah: Supported Training & Employment Program GraduateThe Children’s Services Council of Broward County proudly funds the Supported Training and Employment Program (STEP) in Broward County for youth ages 16-21.
Gardiner, Crisafulli Put Focus On People With DisabilitiesSenate President Andy Gardiner and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli said Wednesday they hope to pass a series of bills early in the 2016 legislative session that would expand educational and economic options for Floridians with disabilities.
Bogus Wheelchair Abuse By Airline Passengers Airline passengers are often frustrated by the long wait to get through security. However, people seem to be finding a way around it by using a wheelchair, even if they are not disabled.
Education Dept. Rules Schools Must Include Disabled In SportsBreaking new ground, the U.S. Education Department is telling schools they must include students with disabilities in sports programs or provide equal alternative options.
S. Fla. Troupe Giving Disabled The Gift Of DanceA special troupe in South Florida is making dance possible for those with physical disabilities.
S. Fla. Dance Company Brings Movement To The DisabledThere’s a unique form of choreography uniting two types of dancers on one stage in South Florida.
S. Fla. Woman Shares Story Of 'Staring,' Breaking StereotypesThere is only one thing a new photo exhibit wants you to see: Beauty. But unlike the traditional modeling beauties of fashion and screen, CBS4's Shannon Hori introduces you to a South Florida woman with flaws, who begs you to "Stare at Me."