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Oregon woman and guide dog help others navigate blurry world

Oregon woman and guide dog help others navigate blurry world

As a young woman, Sharon Zenger traded in her driver's license for a seeing eye dog
Published: 09/09/17

Army vet sentenced for faking blindness to get benefits

An Army veteran from Reno County was sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to pay $70,000 in restitution for benefits he received by pretending to be blind
Published: 09/06/17

Major science prize goes to institutions fighting blindness

Two international institutions with long records of fighting blindness are sharing a ?1 million ($1.2 million) eyesight prize from a Portuguese foundation
Published: 09/05/17

Guide dogs part of the family

Donna Hill knew it was Hunter's last visit to the vet's office
Published: 09/05/17

BC-FBC--T25-USC-Blind Long-Snapper,1st Ld-Writethru

LOS ANGELES (AP) Jake Olson first imagined this moment long before he lost his vision to cancer eight years ago.
Updated one month ago
Blind long-snapper Jake Olson plays in game for USC Trojans

Blind long-snapper Jake Olson plays in game for USC Trojans

Jake Olson, No. 4 Southern California's blind long-snapper, has delivered a flawless extra-point snap for the Trojans
Updated one month ago

BC-FBC--T25-USC-Blind Long-Snapper,1st Ld-Writethru

LOS ANGELES (AP) Jake Olson first imagined this moment long before he lost his vision to cancer eight years ago.
Updated one month ago

Parents of vision-impaired child want to help others

The Ohio couple who made a "visual bucket list" for their daughter who's gradually losing her sight and accompanied her to Rome last year to meet Pope Francis are hoping to help other children through a new foundation
Updated one month ago