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Family shocked after mayor allegedly killed by wife

Daniel Crespo and his wife Levette Crespo (left) and crime scene on Tuesday at Crespo family residence (right).

Newington Man Accused Of Defrauding Families Seeking Headstones

NEW BRITAIN — A 22-year-old Newington man accused of defrauding grieving families through his monuments and engraving business is facing four second-degree larceny charges, according to court records.

Family of Bronx sucker-punch victim blast assault laws

The time doesn’t fit the crime. The family of a 59-year-old Bronx man who died after being sucker-punched once by a teenager believe their father’s attacker should be put away for good.

Family Days returns

The ground may be soggy, but Port Orange Family Days organizers hope the sun will come out just in time for the thousands expected to attend the 19th annual festival that starts Thursday.

Free dental clinics for children from Give Kids a Smile organization

It's time for the dental checkups by the Give Kids A Smile organization. Children up to 15 years old can get free checkups and treatments Oct. 24 and 25 from dentists volunteering with the organization.

Free dental clinics for children from Give Kids a Smile organization

It's time for the dental checkups by the Give Kids A Smile organization. Children up to 15 years old can get free checkups and treatments Oct. 24 and 25 from dentists volunteering with the organization.

School bombing kills 41 children in Syria: monitor

Beirut (AFP) - At least 41 Syrian children aged under 12 were killed Wednesday in a double bombing by a lone assailant at a school in the government-controlled city of Homs, a monitor said.

School Age Children Possibly Exposed to Ebola Patient

School-aged children in Texas may have been exposed to Ebola by the first patient diagnosed with the virus in the United States, officials said today.

Family Features Celebrates 40 Years in Business

Family Features Editorial Syndicate, an industry leader in the creation and distribution of syndicated food and lifestyle content, celebrates its fortieth anniversary this year. In an ever-changing print ...

10 States Where Families Are Living on the Financial Edge

Well, for too many Americans with little saved up in cash or other liquid assets, that kind of crisis could spell financial devastation. The phrase "liquid asset poverty" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. The term was coined by the Corporation for Enterprise Development, or CFED, a non-profit that works to increase financial security for low-income families.  It means having insufficient ...

Kids Free Month

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Family Promise of Greater Phoenix and PetSmart Celebrate Two Years of PetSmart Promise

Today, a national program that helps temporarily homeless families keep all members of their family together – including their four-legged family members - is celebrating the two year anniversary of the program’s launch in Phoenix.

Ferry Disaster Victims' Families Urge Busan to Cancel Documentary Screening

They say 'The Truth Shall Not Sink With Sewol' is one-sided

Pizza Pizza Serves Smiles to Raise "Dough" for Children's Miracle Network

This National Pizza Month, Pizza Pizza is delivering a slice of happiness to a number of children across Canada. Throughout the month of October, Canada's leading pizza chain will be donating a portion ...

The Right Way to Help a Family Member Buy a Home

If you plan to help a family member buy a house, beware: Transferring money around is going to make their homebuying process more sticky.

’19 Kids & Counting’ Recap: Jills Picks 6 Duggar Sisters As Bridesmaids

The countdown is on!

'Men, Women & Children' is artificial look at Internet world

"Men, Women & Children," Jason Reitman's new anti-Internet screed, plays like one of those email rants you're better off not sending. Starring a huge cast that includes Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Ansel Elgort and Kaitlyn Dever, the question that keeps returning is why a writer-director...

New help for families of missing

A law that makes it easier to declare missing people dead comes into force in England and Wales on Wednesday after a long campaign.

Visitors throng Saudi productive families’ exhibition

 A four-day exhibition of Saudi productive families concluded at the Jeddah's Tahilia business center on Sunday. Around 50 female representatives from the Saudi productive families gathered in order to support the emerging home-based businesses and to aid them in achieving financial independence and securing a steady income for themselves.

U.S. government funds lawyers for immigrant children

The Obama administration is spending $4 million on lawyers for unaccompanied immigrant children in deportation proceedings, a move an influential Republican lawmaker says is illegal and will fuel an increase in illegal immigration.

Denver-area children stricken by partial paralysis puzzle neurologists

A mysterious outbreak among 10 Colorado children hospitalized for severe viral respiratory illness and later afflicted by polio-like partial paralysis is "extremely unusual," said the

Children of Ebola dead shunned by families: UNICEF

Dakar (AFP) - Thousands of children who have lost parents to the west African Ebola epidemic risk are being shunned by frightened and suspicious relatives, the UN children's fund said on Tuesday.

Crystal Kids lost charitable status last year

Crystal Kids, an Edmonton organization that runs a drop-in centre for high-risk youth, continues to fundraise despite losing its charitable status last year. Last November, the Canada Revenue Agency revoked the organization’s charitable status for failing to file a return for 2012. As a result, the charity no longer qualifies for exemption from income tax as a registered charity, it cannot issue ...

Families wait in agony for word on Ebola patients

MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — First the ring tone echoed outside the barbed-wire-topped walls of the Ebola clinic. Then came the wails of grief, as news spread that 31-year-old Rose Johnson was dead just d

Can Technology Save the Family Dinner?

Judging by the research, one could easily conclude that home-cooked, family dinners are a veritable panacea to the major public health problems facing America today.

Premier Jay Weatherill announces employment program for families living in Adelaide's north

A program aimed at helping unemployed families in Adelaide's northern suburbs find work has been launched by Premier Jay Weatherill.

NTT DoCoMo launches sensor-laden kids' watch

Japanese parents who want to keep close tabs on their kids will soon be able to wrap sensor-laden 3G watches on their wrists. Mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo is moving into children’s wearables with its Docotch 01, announced Tuesday in Tokyo. The wristwatch has GPS for location tracking as well as sensors that can relay data on air temperature and humidity. An accelerometer can also show if children ...

Children living in emergency accommodation: growing up in fear and isolation

“I miss my old friends. I don’t like where I am. It’s scary. It’s not fun and I can’t play outside. I want to go home.”

Kids And Screen Time: Cutting Through The Static

One Los Angeles school is working technology into the learning process while avoiding traditional screen-time pitfalls.

Bill Allows Families to Seek Gun Restraining Order

Families in California could request gun restraining order under bill awaiting Brown's action

Ban Electronics in Kids' Bedrooms, Expert Says

Title: Ban Electronics in Kids' Bedrooms, Expert Says Category: Health News Created: 9/26/2014 5:36:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 9/29/2014 12:00:00 AM

An hour of physical activity a day helps kids think better, study says

Here's another reason to get your kids off the couch and make them run around instead: It will help them think better.

Violent assault ruled out in death of Utah family

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Five family members found dead in a bedroom at their Utah home over the weekend weren't shot or stabbed, but their causes of death could remain a mystery for weeks, police said Monday.

Spurred by Ferguson, Chicago families want police shootings reviewed

By Fiona Ortiz HARVEY Ill. (Reuters) - The national uproar over a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teenager near St. Louis has prodded families and activists in the Chicago area to ask for investigations into what they say are similar incidents in the crime-ridden U.S. city.    Since the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, families of victims have held rallies across Chicago, where more ...

Paralyzed Children Latest Worry in U.S. Viral Outbreak

Children's Hospital Colorado is seeing high numbers of respiratory illnesses, including nine-year-old patient Jayden Broadway of Denver, who is being treated at on Sept. 8, 2014 for the Enterovirus D68.

More Active Play Equals Better Thinking Skills For Kids

How long can you sit still in a desk? How about your 7-year-old? Maybe you could both use a break. A study shows that kids who get to run around and play after school are better at paying attention.

‘Family Guy’: What happened when the Griffins met the Simpsons

The most recent installment of 'Family Guy' had the characters heading to Springfield to meet the 'Simpsons' gang, though viewers' reception of the episode seemed to be based on whether they think the best days of both 'The Simpsons' and 'Family Guy' are behind them.

Family Dollar Unveils “Ad Match Promise”

Family Dollar Stores, Inc. , a leading national discount retailer offering name brands and quality, private brand merchandise, announced today the launch of the “Ad Match Promise” program.

New Evidence of How Unemployment Wrecks Families

Just last week, Rutgers University’s John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development published its latest findings on the consequences of  long-term unemployment, which provides a dreary picture of a highly troubled and disaffected slice of U.S. While there are numerous socio-economic theories on what contributes to the breakdown or disintegration of the family unit, unemployment ranks as one ...

One in four kids on ADHD meds gets therapy too

By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most kids in the U.S. who take medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are not getting behavioral counseling therapy as well, according to a new study. The analysis, based on a commercial insurance database, also found the proportion of kids with ADHD who do get therapy varies widely from region to region. “Although I expected ...
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