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Although caseworkers are required to make "reasonable efforts" to keep a family together, a 1989 study found that in 44% of cases no effort had been made to keep the child in the home.

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by Pamela H. Metaxas

A city couple was arrested Wednesday night on warrants charging them with assaulting their five-week-old baby causing serious head injuries, police said.

Robert Beaulieu, 36, and Veronica Garcia, 20, both of 63 Grattan St., were taken into custody at their home at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday on warrants charging them each with assault and battery on a child with substantial injuries, Detective Lt. Mark S. Higgins said yesterday.

The Republican (MA)

February 3, 2007

by Lucas Sullivan and James Cummings

DAYTON - Two young children found in a trash bin behind a local business have been taken away from their mother by Montgomery County Children's Services and put in foster care.

Ashonti Johnson, 23 months old, and her 8-month-old brother Tommie Johnson III were found about 8:30 a.m. Monday, July 27, by an electrician arriving for work. They had been in the heavy-duty, green plastic bin for as long as 13 hours, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said.

Dayton Daily News

July 28, 2009

by Joyce Lupiani

Two people were arrested Thursday night after allegedly robbing a Walmart store on Eastern Avenue. The pair was apprehended after they crashed their car into another car during the getaway attempt.

There were two small children in the vehicle at the time of the crash. They are now in custody of Child Protective Services.

ktnv.com

September 20, 2013

by Emerald Pellot

Amanda Walker knew something was off, but she didn't quite know why. One day she received a phone call from a woman saying she was from Child Protective Services. The woman said someone claimed that Walker had neglected her children. This was already a po

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littlethings.com

September 7, 2016

Nacogdoches Police are investigating a case of two young children being left home alone for two to three hours.

According to the report, an anonymous tip led officers to an apartment in the 3000 block of North Pecan Street at 4:17 p.m. on Thursday, where two children, aged 3 and 5, were in the home alone.

ktre.com

April 29, 2011

by Dan O'Brien

Revere police contacted the Department of Children and Families on Monday after a 2-year-old boy was found alone inside a car at a shopping center parking lot for 20 minutes, police said.

After medics examined the child he was released back to his mother's custody, but DCF was notified of the incident. According to Murphy, a computer check revealed the woman did not have a valid license and she was ticketed for unlicensed operation of a vehicle. The car was towed.

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January 7, 2009

by Matt Cover

There were approximately 2.4 million fewer jobs in June than there were when President Barack Obama signed the economic stimulus bill on Feb. 17, 2009, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

According to the BLS, there were approximately 141.68 million people counted as "employed" in America back in February 2009. By June of 2011, that number had fallen to approximately 139.33 million, yielding a net reduction in jobs of approximately 2.4 million. When the economic stimulus - the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act -- was created, Obama promised that the then-$787-billion spending package would create or save 3.5 million jobs, saying it would preserve the "American dream" for millions of people.

CNS News

July 8, 2011

Vermont's governor says more than 20,000 e-mails, phone calls and letters have poured into his office in response to a state judge's 60-day sentence for a child rapist who admitted abusing a young girl over a period of four years.

Gibbs said it's unlikely Cashman can be impeached, because the state's statute has a "very high standard." A judge cannot be removed for a poor decision, he explained, but only for an egregious breach of the law or ethics. The state's House of Representatives is considering a non-binding resolution urging Cashman to resign.

World Net Daily

January 14, 2006

A 20-year-old woman was arrested for abusing her infant son, Prince George's County Police say.

Officers arrived at her home just before 7 p.m. Monday for a report of an infant suffering a medical emergency. Police say the 10-month-old boy was taken to a local hospital where he is in critical condition.

washington.cbslocal.com

June 4, 2014

by Randy Cordova

In the first part of the 21st century, the term "helicopter parents" began to take hold.

Foster W. Cline and Jim Fay coined the term in a 1990 book called "Parenting With Love and Logic." They didn't consider it a good thing: It was in the "ineffective parenting styles" section.

The Arizona Republic

December 22, 2009

      

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