Larry Bannister, who survived polio as a youngster, tells young people "Don't be stupid" and to get vaccinated against COVD-19 as he was leavi…
A man who was facing his eighth drunken driving offense had his charges dismissed after his attorney successfully argued he wasn’t actually driving when the police officer stopped him because a wheelchair is not a motor vehicle.
Madison sculptor-turned-designer John Lash has built a new career creating custom solutions for people with disabilities.
"He was the most remarkable, determined, kind, courageous, caring, beautiful person I know," said Mary Ellen Rieland, his partner of 20 years.
"Even though I’m in a seated position, I never sit down," says Autumn Neugent, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 10 years ago.
City staff, business owners and disability rights advocates are working together to open doors for people overburdened by an inaccessible world.
Jacy R. Andry, 33, is charged with aggravated battery, disorderly conduct and resisting an officer.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos won't allow Rep. Jimmy Anderson, D-Fitchburg, to call in to participate in committee meetings at the State Capitol.
Rep. Jimmy Anderson, D-Fitchburg, said a rule requiring Assembly members to attend committee meetings in person discriminates against him because he has difficulty getting to some meetings for health reasons.
Basketball was always C.J. Bellamy's thing. By 2006, at 17 and at 6-foot-1, he was a rising star at Edgewater High in Orlando, Fla., and wanted to play for the North Carolina Tar Heels. His mom would sometimes tell him to think about a Plan B, but he would brush it off. "She would say all the time, 'What if you get injured and you're not going to be able to play basketball?' And I'd be like, ...
The only motors you'll hear along John Nolen Drive on Sunday will be from powerboats on Lake Monona, as Ride the Drive takes over the busy thoroughfare.
Dear Editor: I write to address the sidewalk inaccessibility disabled students face on the UW campus. This winter has been a brutal one, as we…
Ruth Traut said she and her mother were watching television Monday in the living room of their Portage home when a man burst through their front door to warn them of impending danger.
Nancy Jean Hozeska is facing two felony counts of aggravated battery, a felony count of intimidation of a victim and two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct after civil altercation incidents on Nov. 24 and Dec. 30 at a Burlington public housing facility.
Kamen is a colorful character, even among techies. He dropped out of college. He flies about in his own helicopter. He owns an island off the coast of Connecticut, and has joked about founding his own nation.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A wild turtle with a broken shell is rolling around on a wheelchair made of Legos while he's on the mend at the Maryland Zoo.
Daniel Puckhaber, 71, appeared in court in a wheelchair while being charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting a child between January 2010 and December 2015, starting when the victim was 6.
Natzke, a Verona student and athlete, died last year.