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  1. Circus lionized for cutting animal acts will bring them backRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | The Republic

    A circus is under fire for bringing back animal acts a year after earning praise from animal rights groups for dropping them to keep up with changing public attitudes. The Melha Shrine Circus, which has seven performances over four days scheduled for May in western Massachusetts, brought back performing elephants, tigers and dogs because that's what people want, circus chairman Allen Zippin said.


  2. Local Church Prepares to House Immigrants and RefugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | WUWM

    ... Maria Flores; she says she hopes to bring her relatives from Mexico to the sanctuary. "We love the people, I love my family and I cannot stay with my family. We fight every day for this," Flores says. Flores says she hopes other churches follow ...


  3. Perry moms speak out about molestation caseRead the original story

    3 hrs ago |

    It is a parent's worst nightmare. And it's coming true in this tight-knit community of about 5,000, where a former volunteer teacher's aide has confessed to molesting several girls at Perry Upper Elementary School.


  4. Texas leaders won't commit to more resources for sex-trafficking victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Texas Tribune

    ... pipeline highlighted the need to better protect vulnerable Texas children. The Texas Department of Child and Family Services has asked for more than $1 billion to make basic improvements to the child welfare system, including more resources to ...


  5. On the Knife's Edge: Using Therapy To Address Violence Among TeensRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | WGBH

    The fight was over a pair of gym shoes. One teenager faces years in prison. The other - the 15-year-old grandson of Congressman Danny Davis - is dead.


  6. 6 teenagers fall through ice into Central Park pond, rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Daily Journal

    Six teenagers have fallen through ice into an off-limits pond in New York's Central Park but have been rescued. Police say the 15- and 16-year-olds were on the ice when it gave way.


  7. Tony Caridi to speak at annual Boys & Girls Club dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago |

    The Boys & Girls Club of Parkersburg will hold its 21st annual Dinner at 6:30 p.m. today at Grand Pointe Conference Center where sportscaster Tony Caridi will be the guest speaker. Caridi has worked for the West Virginia Radio Corp.'s Metronews Statewide Sportsline for over 20 years.


  8. School newspapers hanging by thread?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | New Jersey Herald

    I wish I could tell you that my old alma mater still publishes a student newspaper, but that would be fake news. The defunct MCHS paper has a lot of company.


  9. Darren 'Loki' McGarvey: Effects of child abuse don't start and end within the familyRead the original story

    20 min ago |

    We've all seen the standard image used by news and media outlets to signify child abuse. It's the child, usually between five and ten, sitting on some stairs in what appears to be the family home, their face often obscured by a visual effect or by their hands.


  10. Kids' picture books illustrate need to prepare for disastersRead the original story

    21 min ago | The Daily Star

    ... on a 5-year-old boy returning home after two weeks of taking refuge in a car, and describes the struggles of his family. An official in charge at the center said, "The picture book can promote people's understanding of disasters through visualizing ...


  11. Circus lionized for cutting animal acts will bring them backRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago |

    The Melha Shrine Circus, which has seven performances over four days scheduled for May in western Massachusetts, brought back performing elephants, tigers and dogs because that's what people want, circus chairman Allen Zippin said. The circus, which raises money for the fraternal organization's charitable endeavors - including the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Springfield - lost money for the first time in its 63-year history in 2016.


  12. Can I bring my children?Read the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | The Gleaner

    ... n Dahlia A. Walker-Huntington is a Jamaican-American attorney who practises immigration law in the United States; and family, criminal and personal injury law in Florida. She is a mediator, arbitrator and special magistrate in Broward County, ...


  13. 'I'm burdened by taxes' - ... Businesswoman closed one ...Read the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | The Gleaner

    This once popular restaurant in Ocho Rios is no more but the former owner Alicia Archer refuses to give up being a businesswoman. When serial entrepreneur Alicia Archer opened her restaurant "Fancy Seafood Bar and Grill" in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, it was a dream come true.


  14. Sweet talk may just get you everywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Border Mail

    For instance travelling back to Albury from Wodonga after the City2City Run Walk on Sunday morning, a sign on the bus window read: Thank you for being nice! "See that," I point out to my husband as we swing precariously from the grab handles in the bus aisle. As we alight from the nice bus, the nice bus driver says: "See ya all later, now go straight home and have a shower.


  15. Senate to debate education measureRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Altoona Mirror

    The full Senate is to debate a bill sponsored by Sen. John H. Eichelberger Jr., R-Blair, next month that would make teachers negotiate with school districts for sick, bereavement and sabbatical leaves that currently have minimums set by state statutes. Senate Bill 229 passed the Senate Education Committee 7-5 in late January and is scheduled for debate and amendments March 20. A similar bill by Eichelberger never made it out of committee last session.


  16. NFL pair pays visit to PortsmouthRead the original story

    33 min ago | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    That was the message conveyed by Redskins linebacker Lynden Trail and fellow Norfolk State product Deon King in a visit to Portsmouth's Douglass Park Elementary. "They don't have to be a product of their environment," Trail said.


  17. Legislature should act to test for lead toxicityRead the original story

    37 min ago | The Daily Advance

    Whoa. What an odd coincidence in Thursday's Daily Advance on the opinion page written by a local columnist on health care coverage for kids. On the next page there is a small report of a study on ADHD which is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and that it should be considered a neurological condition.


  18. Fund for parents of missing, murdered kids mainly goes to administrative costsRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | CTV

    ... The government is also looking at ways to ensure benefits flow to affected, but innocent parents whose spouse or family member is suspected in either the kidnapping or killing of a child, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity in ...


  19. Trouble-making yobs BANNED from retail park for two days in police crackdownRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Braintree and Witham Times

    MAKING yobs who intimidated shoppers, as well as groups of boy racers, were banned from Pitsea 's retail park for two days as part of a police crackdown. Officers from Basildon 's community policing team have regularly been called to Northlands Pavement in Pitsea in recent weeks after a gang of four or five teenagers caused a nuisance to shoppers and businesses.


  20. Chisago County Family Known For Fostering Babies, & Only BabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | CBS Local

    MINNEAPOLIS - Each year, thousands of Minnesota children are in need of a safe place to escape sad circumstances. And one family in the northeast suburbs is fostering a new generation in a notable way.