People with disabled placards that allow them to park at certain street spaces in San Francisco for free soon could have to feed parking meters like everyone else.
An East Bay firm is providing hope to people who are physically unable to walk, by developing robotic legs.
School bus drivers trying to unionize in Livermore and Hayward have questioned the safety record and working conditions on vehicles that transport special needs children.
The generosity of a South bay man has made a disabled Santa Clara woman’s Christmas a very merry one.
A South Bay woman is making an emotional plea after a piece of her independence was stolen. While police are searching for her power wheelchair, they said it will be hard to find.
As home improvements go, it has to be one for the books. The installation of 10-foot long wheelchair ramp in San Francisco City Hall wound up costing taxpayers $567,735.
A federal judge has ruled that Taco Bell violated federal and California laws protecting the disabled from discrimination.
The recent construction of a wheelchair ramp at a Bay Area Rapid Transit station cost $2 million, but some parts of the station remain inaccessible.
If the settlement is approved, it will resolve a lawsuit that was filed last year alleging that NUMMI and Toyota Motor Corp. violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Families in Sonoma and Mendocino counties have an option when it comes to caring for elderly or disabled relatives.