Man Sets Out To Mow Lawns In 50 States For People In NeedThe founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service started mowing lawns for those in need three years ago after seeing a neighbor in Alabama struggling to cut his grass.
Disabled Woman Claims Delta Airlines Tied Her To A WheelchairA woman with multiple sclerosis says Delta employees tied her to a wheelchair after the airline failed to provide the flyer with the appropriate handicapped services
Heated Battle Brewing To Allow Disabled To Reach The BeachThere’s controversy in Miami Beach over a project to help disabled people. It was the topic of discussion at a Miami Beach City Commission meeting.
Senators Back Jobs Bill For Disabled Floridians
Reward Offered For Information On Whereabouts Of Disabled ManFamily members said a small cash reward is now being offered in the disappearance of a disabled man who was last seen Thursday.
Legislature Working On Medicaid CompromiseNegotiators in the Florida House and Senate are trying to work out a compromise deal that would keep the federal Medicaid money in President Barack Obama's healthcare overahaul law in place while not expanding Medicaid to the level the law originally suggested.
DOJ Asks: Is Fla. Unnecessarily Placing Disabled Kids In Nursing Homes?Officials from state agencies and the U.S. Department of Justice met Thursday to discuss whether that's the case, which would be a violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
New Laws Free Up Disabled Parking, Cut FraudGood news for South Florida’s disabled: new laws effective Oct. 1 will free up more disabled parking spaces.
PBSO Lt. Charged With Stealing Guns, Painkillers From Dying DeputyWhen a law enforcement officer is ill, his brothers and sisters with a badge are usually there to support him, but for one Palm Beach Sheriff's officer, investigators say the illness of a fellow officer was an opportunity to rob the deputy as he lay near death from cancer.
Disabled Fight For Benefits They're OwedMillions of Americans have disability insurance through their employers. But, even when doctors document disabilities many get turned down for the benefits.
Crippled Carnival Ship Arrives In San Diego BaySix tug boats pulled a stricken cruise ship into San Diego Bay early Thursday, bringing the nearly 4,500 passengers and crew closer to freedom after three days of limited food, smelly toilets and dark cabins.