January 18, 2013
by Mayra Moreno | KENS 5 Bio | Follow: @mayramorenokens
Updated Friday, Jan 17 at 6:36 PM SAN ANTONIO
A downtown restaurant is spearheading a new approach to serving the city's deaf community, and technology plays a big role.
You could say a meeting for employees of Ri...
May 3, 2009
by: Mike W. Thomas
Deaf Link founder Kay Chiodo hopes to expand the company's hazard alert system to states beyond Texas.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency recognized Deaf Link with one of its top honors during the National Hurricane Conference in Austin earli...
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