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by Gordon Boyd

A couple faces a hearing Monday to regain custody of their children, whom Child Protective Services put into foster care following a confrontation between their mother and a sheriff's deputy.

Nicole and Joe Naugler are facing charges in a case that has prompted an outcry on social media from supporters of their family's "off-the-grid" lifestyle. Neighbor Travis Metcalf isn't buying it. "They're living underneath tarps," he said. "So kinda take it at that."

wave3.com

May 8, 2015

A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer is needed for 10-year-old "Olivia," who has a long history of envisioning suicide and also making attempts.

Her mother, who also has a history of mental disorders, told Child Protective Services (CPS) that she is unable to care for her daughter any longer and refused to pick up Olivia from the emergency room after her most recent suicide attempt.

dcourier.com

November 4, 2012

Ocala -- A Central Florida mother of four boys was arrested on Tuesday after telling authorities that she went "on strike" more than a month ago, leaving the teens home alone for hours every day because they would constantly fight.

Melissa G. Dean, 33, was charged with child neglect after telling Ocala police and the Department of Children and Families that she leaves her children, ages 17, 16, 14 and 13, home alone.

Orlando News (FL)

February 20, 2008

by Dan Olmsted

Here's something worth knowing about the cluster of "polio-like illnesses" identified by doctors in the San Francisco area: Some of the first outbreaks of actual poliomyletis in the United States more than a century ago happened in the same area.

s history repeating itself? Are more cases on the way, and not just in California? It's a question worth asking, and far more important to public health than headline-grabbing measles and whooping cough outbreaks. But don't hold your breath, because the real answer may say more about the nature of modern illness than most mainstream medical "experts" would care to consider.

ageofautism.com

February 25, 2014

by Timothy R. Wolfrum

The first step in fighting poverty is understanding the struggle of the poor, according to the organization charged with leading that fight in Manatee County.

That's why the Manatee Community Action Agency is starting a program aimed at giving those who want to make a difference a crash course on what it means to be poor. The MCAA will hold a Life on the Edge workshop and panel discussion March 18 at First Baptist Church Family Life Center. It's the starting point of a $20,000 anti-poverty initiative paid for by federal stimulus funds.

Manatee Connects

March 4, 2010

A public forum on mental health, child protection and civil rights is set for Oct. 3 at University of Nebraska at Omaha, Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.

Afternoon public forum, 1:30-5; parent panel; Diane Redleaf, attorney and executive director, Family Defense Center in Chicago; Richard Wexler, executive director, National Coalition for Child Protection Reform.

Journal Star

September 29, 2009

The telephoned pleas for help that triggered a raid on an alleged polygamist ranch in Texas have been linked to a woman with a history of false accusations.

Rozita Swinton, 33, of Colorado Springs has been named a "person of interest" by authorities in Texas, the Deseret Morning News reported. Documents unsealed Wednesday said that calls purportedly from a teenager named "Sarah" had been made on a prepaid cell phone Swinton had used previously.

United Press International

April 24, 2008

A new report drawing stark conclusions about the risk of abuse towards Maori children has been described as shocking by Maori children's advocate, Dr Hone Kaa.

The report, Death and Serious Injury from Assault of Children under five years in Aotearoa New Zealand, was commissioned by the Office of the Children's Commissioner and reviewed risk factors for death and injury from abuse in New Zealand and worldwide.

TV NZ

June 4, 2009

by Helen Weathers

The day foster carer Maria Jones welcomed a troubled 16-year-old teenage single mother into her home, she had no way of foreseeing the devastating consequences.

Because of a devastating failure by social services, a baby almost died and Maria has lost the fostering job she loved. Jane was arrested after police found high levels of table salt in the baby's powdered formula milk.

Mail Online (UK)

July 5, 2009

by Laura Camper

Danielle Holm, 32, sat on a bench Wednesday afternoon outside the Cheaha Restaurant taking in the horizon where the mountain drops sharply down to Cheaha Lake.

Just out of Regional Medical Center, Danielle has a belly still swollen from a pregnancy that ended Monday with the birth of a healthy baby boy. Her arms, however, are empty. Her son was taken from her the day after he was born and is in the custody of the Cleburne County Department of Human Resources pending a hearing at Cleburne County Courthouse this morning.

annistonstar.com

December 4, 2016

      

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