Mother Of Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes Speaks, Sets Up GoFundMe For DaughterThe mother of a South Carolina woman who gouged out her own eyeballs says her daughter was under the influence of drugs during the horrific incident.
Missouri Appeals Blind Pension RepaymentsMissouri is appealing a ruling that the state owes more than 3,000 blind people who were underpaid by the Department of Social Services' blind pension fund.
Missouri Owes Millions to Blind Pensioners Due to MiscalculationThe state owes blind pension recipients $26 million due to a miscalculation made near the beginning of the century.
Blind, Visually Impaired Take The Ice For 'Try Blind Hockey' EventPeople of all ages and all levels of visual impairment are encouraged to register for the chance to learn to ice skate and play Blind Hockey at the Kirkwood Ice Rink
World's Largest Blind Baseball Tournament Hosted in St. LouisIt's the 11th annual MindsEye Ultimate Beepball Tournament, which has become the largest Beepball tournament in the world.
This One-Eyed Horse is 'Feel-Good Story' of Kentucky DerbyFor the people who watch only three horse races a year, this is the Kentucky Derby story you need to know.
Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Touch-Screen Voting MachinesThis clears up an oversight created by earlier problems within the St. Louis Elections Board.
New Missouri Law to Let Some Medicaid Recipients Save MoreMissouri seniors, the blind and those with disabilities soon will be able to save more money but still qualify for Medicaid health care benefits under a new law signed Thursday by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Missouri Senate OKs Bill to Up Asset Cap for MedicaidSenators passed the legislation 29-1 Tuesday, but it heads back to the House because of Senate changes.
Worker at Lambert Charged with Stealing from Blind WomanAllegedly took $800 from bag while she was in restroom.
Missouri Could Pay Blind Residents $19M after Court RulingAn attorney representing the blind residents says the new figure is up from a previous court's determination of less than $200,000.
Nixon Reverses Planned Cuts to Blind MissouriansMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon has reversed plans to cut the amount of money paid by the state to blind residents.