Literacy Not A Right For Detroit School Kids According To State
DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – Detroit school children have no fundamental right to literacy, according to Gov. Rick Snyder’s attorneys, in the midst of a suit claiming the poor reading skills of Detroit students at five schools, deplorable building conditions, and lack of basic classroom necessities are the fault of the... Read More
How to get your teenager to confide in you
Most teenagers want to fix their own problems, which is unfortunate, because their problems tend to get more complex, just as they’re becoming less willing to ask for help. Use these tips to help your teens continue to confide in you. Read More
Parents use bleach to 'treat' their children with autism
Parents in southern California have allegedly been using industrial bleach to try and cure their children of autism.
The poisonous treatment, sold under the name MMS, has been promoted and pushed by a “church” with a branch in Los Angeles, where a group of mothers and fathers have reportedly been duped into... Read More
Student charged after infant found alive in dumpster
ORANGEBURG, S.C.-- A student is facing charges after officers say her baby was found in a dumpster at Claflin University.
Amber Brianna Fulton, 19, is charged with unlawful conduct towards a child and attempted murder.
George Johnson, the Assistant Vice President for Communications and Marketing at Claflin,... Read More
Get real about the holidays
The holiday season is intended to be full of meaning and joy. Yet the reality, especially for women, can be a hurry-up and finish-it experience. Instead, we can get real about what is best for our family and how to make it happen. Read More