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AFTON, Minn. - Jill Steeves remembers what her son, David, would say about his weekly horseback-riding sessions with River Valley Riders. David, 21, has cerebral palsy and a limited vocabulary. But he knew that Wednesday night meant horseback riding....
The 33 NewsOn his team, Asa Gutierrez is known as "The Baseball Crusher". "I really hit the ball," the Fort Worth 3rd grader, said. Even though Asa has spina bifida and is in a wheel chair he is able to enjoy baseball as a player in The Miracle League. "It is a...
Tags: Baseball, Political Fundraising, Nolan Ryan, Elections
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA picture on Facebook leads a stolen puppy back to its owner. After Eyewitness News posted the picture of 11-month-old "Emmie" on our Facebook page, a woman called and said she thought she had the dog. The dog was stolen from owner Josh Duttarer during...
Change of SubjectWell deserved kudos in the Voice of the People column today for Scott Stantis' cartoon on the death of Maggie Daley (right). If you don't get at least a little choked up at this image -- knowing that Kevin Daley......
TribLocal - Tinley Park » NewsAfter winning the Ms. Congeniality Award, Kimberly Brown figured she had no shot at winning Ms. Wheelchair Illinois. Most contests use that award as a …...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCandice Hause, a senior at Shade-Central City High School, is trying to raise awareness of autism and help area families and those living with the condition. Hause has chosen to raise money for a joint project designed to improve a sensory room used by...
Maggie Daley, who dedicated herself to children's issues and the arts while also zealously guarding her family's privacy during 22 years as Chicago's first lady, died on Thursday, Nov. 24, more than nine years after she was diagnosed with breast cancer....
The first of three workshops designed to introduce persons with mobility-related disabilities to computer and related technology fields was held last week at Hiram G. Andrews Center in Johnstown. Project Enable is an initiative funded by a grant from...
Staff reporterThe family and friends of Amanda Peters are organizing a benefit at 115 Bourbon Street in Merrionette Park, IL on Saturday Sept. 17th 2011. The purpose of the benefit is to help raise money to assist the family in paying present and future medical bills...
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Tribune reportersJason Wepsiec spent Sunday evening watching the Super Bowl and wishing his beloved Bears were on the field. After the game, he left his home in Sauk Village and headed to his fiance's place in Plainfield, which was closer to the unemployment office he...
Is human life sacred? No, according to Peter Singer, an Australian-born professor of bioethics at Princeton University. Singer's thought is worth taking seriously, since his ideas represent an increasingly acceptable way of thinking about ethical issues...
Tags: Values, Abortion, Murder, Ethics, Christianity
Weekend Anchor/ReporterIt was a bluegrass music festival in Franklin County to help those with disabilities in our area. It raised money for Unbridled Change, a non-profit center in Boones Mill that uses horses year-round for therapy. This was the third year for the...
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