They compete like any kid, never letting blindness hinder their ability. The Braille Challenge tests students in five categories ranging from spelling to reading comprehension. Many consider blindness a disability. But once you see these kids in action, you may think otherwise. Then, it's a disease that infects 200 million people each year. So why are Seattle researchers exposing themselves to mosquitoes that could spread malaria? Then, a local group builds bridges by providing a vital connection to the blind and visually impaired. Host Mona Locke brings you these stories from the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library.