Mason Doherty, St. Peter High Senior With Down Syndrome, Can't Be Stopped At 3-Point LineSt. Peter High School senior Mason Doherty is a sensation at the three-point line. He also happens to have Down syndrome.
'It Restores Your Faith In Humanity': Community Rallies Around Man Whose Adaptive Bike Was Stolen TwiceAfter thieves stole two adaptive bikes from a Hinckley man, neighbors stepped up in a big way.
Families Come Together To Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day & Gigi's Playhouse’s 6th YearA Twin Cities group used World Down Syndrome Day to raise awareness.
Sororities Reject University Cheerleader With Down Syndrome, Big Sister Fights BackGeorge Mason University promised to do "better in the future" after student with Down syndrome was rejected by every sorority during recruitment over the weekend.
Connection Runs Deeper Than Work For Fraser EmployeeIt was 41 years ago that Jessica began her journey with Fraser. Born with Down syndrome, she received physical therapy and development support.
'Dream Big Without Limits': Mikayla Talks About Groundbreaking PageantA Minnesota woman broke barriers over the weekend as the first contestant with Down syndrome to compete in a Miss USA pageant.
1st Woman With Down Syndrome Competes In Miss Minnesota USA PageantMikayla Holmgren, 22, is the first woman with Down syndrome to compete in the pageant.
Woman With Down Syndrome Making History In Miss Minnesota USA PageantA Minnesota woman with Down syndrome will be the first to compete in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant.
Flowers Stolen From Grave Site Of Beloved Hastings GirlA Hastings family is asking thieves to leave their daughter's gravesite alone. Gary and Kris Rothers daughter Abbey passed away in August, after developing viral pneumonia.
Excellent Educator: ABC Junior Achievement's Patty SchoffPatty Schoff teaches students with special needs at ABC Junior Achievement in Andover. Her ability to have a lasting impact on their lives well after graduation is what makes her this week's Excellent Educator.
Mothers Of Kids With Down Syndrome Meet At MOA A group of Minnesota moms is making it easier for other families to work through a difficult diagnosis.