Matt McCabe lost his 6-year-old son one year ago. That’s when his wife at the time told police she had thrown their son London McCabe to his death from the Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport, Oregon.

Matt has been disabled by a brain tumor. London had autism. Matt says it’s not right to connect London’s autism, and the care it required, to his death -- even though many headlines did at the time.

David Junius

You might not have heard of a radio station that broadcasts everyday, all day across Washington State for the “print disabled.” That means people who are visually impaired or unable to hold or turn a page. The “Evergreen Radio Reading Service” has had more-than a 40-year run. But the station fades to quiet Friday, as Correspondent Anna King explains.