“I felt attacked and uncomfortable. We have eaten there before with Husker and never had any trouble until now.”
A Michigan woman who raises puppies for a cause has reached a record-breaking milestone.
Rochester-based Leader Dog plans a May 24 announcement on how it’s combining the Kapten Plus handheld spoken word navigation device with the traditional leader dog to give the blind and visually impaired greater travel independence.
Waterford Township police have arrested a man accused of stealing a donation container for a blind children’s camp.
A 23-year-old Macomb County man faces sentencing later this month in the robbery of a legally blind man who was beaten with his own walking cane in Mount Clemens.
Day Seven of the Great Lakes IT Report’s 2010 Fall Tech Tour took me to Kalamazoo and Western Michigan University. WMU traces its roots back to 1903 as the Western State Normal School. Like a […]
Leader Dogs for the Blind, the Rochester-based organization that places free guide dogs with blind and visually impaired people around the world, has added high-tech training in spoken-word GPS devices to its services.
Two brothers, both teenagers, have been arrested for allegedly beating and robbing a 50-year old blind man in Mt. Clemens.
Detroit area authorities say as many as seven teens beat a blind man with his own cane and robbed him of $600.