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On September 30, 2006, there were an estimated 510,000 children in foster care. (Child Welfare Information Gateway 2009)

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by Calily Bien

A foster parent in Milam County is in jail charged with murder after the two-year-old girl she was taking care of died in her custody.

According to Rockdale police, emergency crews responded to Sherill Small's home in Rockdale when they received a 9-1-1 call on Monday evening stating that a child was not breathing and unresponsive. The child, Alexandria Hill, was flown to Scott and White McLane Children's Hospital in Temple where she was placed on life support.

kxan.com

by Mary K. Reinhart

Lawmakers are fast-tracking legislation to hire 50 new Child Protective Services workers with a $4.4 million appropriation that could be on Gov. Jan Brewer's desk early next week.

The governor requested the emergency funding in her budget proposal, and legislative leaders said Tuesday they expect it to sail easily through both chambers. "It will go expeditiously," said House Appropriations Committee Chairman John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills. "The safety of children is paramount and they clearly need the additional money." The funding will allow the Department of Economic Security to hire an additional 50 employees, including 31 CPS caseworkers. CPS currently is authorized for 970 caseworkers.

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