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According to a DHHS study of 44 states in 1990, 2.7 million children were reported abused and neglected. Two-thirds of these reports unsubstantiated.

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by B. Christopher Agee

Western Journalism has covered the ongoing push among leftist California bureaucrats to include health warning labels on sugary drinks sold in the state.

After failing to attract legislative support for a soda tax last year, state Sen. Bill Monning backed a bill that would spell out what many would conclude are the obvious results of overindulging in such beverages. That proposal moved forward last week when the California Senate Appropriations Committee voted in favor of the warning label implementation.

June 1, 2014

Brooke Mueller is in grave danger of losing her parental rights of her twins with actor Charlie Sheen.

Social workers have determined that the troubled socialite ditched the sober living facility where she was seeking treatment and is now renting a nearby beach cottage in San Clemente, Calif., so her boyfriend can visit, a source revealed. Mueller, 35, has temporarily lost custody of Bob and Max, four, while attempting to get clean.

July 13, 2013

by Michelle Malkin

A group of California students who dared to wear the American flag on Cinco de Mayo learned a hard lesson about the corruption of citizenship and sovereignty this week.

They were sent home for their show of U.S. patriotism. Because while flying the colors of reconquista is perfectly acceptable, flying Old Glory is practically a hate crime. Some Mexican-American students KTVU spoke with said they thought wearing red, white and blue on Cinco de Mayo was disrespectful.

May 6, 2010

by Mary Nix

"In fiscal year 2006, the state will provide $94 million for the Early Learning Initiative Program... That will increase to to $113 million in 2007."

The Early Learning Initiative program, jointly administered by the Department of Education and the Department of Job and Family Services, provides:

-Early learning and child care to income-eligible children, and effectively eliminates Head Start.

-Establishes a program to support ECE (preschool) programs offered by school districts and educational service centers to serve preschool children whose families earn up to 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

-Prohibits specified ECE programs from receiving state funds in fiscal years 2006 and 2007 unless at least 50% of the program's teachers are working toward an associate degree and, beginning in fiscal year 2008, prohibits any such program from receiving state funds unless all of the program's teachers have an associate degree.

-Permits an accredited Montessori program that is licensed as a preschool program to combine three- to five-year-old preschool children with kindergarteners.

August 12, 2005

by Kyle Zuelke

LAS VEGAS -- The suspect in a horrific child abuse investigation was a family friend of the child's foster mother, Metro Police said.

In early November, Alexander was taken from his parents and placed in foster care. Ten days later, he is in hospital bed with severe injuries that could be permanent. A portion of the boy's skull has been removed and he's suffered strokes and seizures as a result of his brain injuries.

December 14, 2012

A proposal to eliminate Nebraska's mountain lion hunting season has hit a snag in the Legislature.

Opponents mounted a filibuster on Thursday to try to block the legislation before lawmakers could grant final approval. The bill has already advanced through two previous votes. Lawmakers moved on to other measures without voting, but are expected to return to it later.

March 21, 2014

Wildlife experts say the recent cougar sightings across Nebraska could become more common.

What to do in case of an encounter: Due to their secretive nature and low density, mountain lions rarely interact with humans. Occasional interactions may occur with human infringement on natural areas and mountain lion immigration into populated areas with high deer densities.

June 15, 2012

by Michael Chen

A family's nightmare leads to a scathing court decision aimed at the County of San Diego, a decision that could impact anyone who is a parent.

Team 10 first broke the story in 2011 when a local couple was left reeling after their young children were taken by Child Welfare Services. In April 2011, 1-year-old Riley and her 3-year-old brother Dale were enrolled in a home daycare in Linda Vista. Within weeks, their mother, Joanna Swartwood, noticed Riley was coming home with bruises on her cheek while Dale would cry when headed to daycare.

October 2, 2014

SAN DIEGO -- A Navy wife whose 2-year-old son was mauled to death by a dog while she was in a drunken stupor in their Tierrasanta home was sentenced Thursday to five years probation.

Valerie Grace Carlson, 30, was also ordered by Judge Laura Halgren to complete a one-year jail term. Between time served and good behavior credits, she has already spent the equivalent of 313 days behind bars since her arrest, leaving her with only about a month to serve.

September 30, 2011

by Tegna

Four children, all under 10 years old, were found sleeping in a locked car Friday morning near 17th and Dunlap avenues.

According to Phoenix police, the children's father was located nearby in a friend's apartment. The father, who is homeless, told police the children were asleep when he arrived at that location late in the night and he didn't want to wake them all up to move them inside. None of the children were injured or transported. The Arizona Department of Child Safety was notified of the incident.

October 16, 2016


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