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The Sacramento BeeThree weeks before he allegedly murdered his 9-year-old son with a hatchet, Phillip Raymond Hernandez was the subject of a complaint to Sacramento County Child Protective Services alleging that he neglected his two boys. In the course of its...
BOGOTA, Colombia — The Organization of American States said Friday that countries should consider decriminalizing drug use, a shift backed by several Latin American leaders but opposed by the United States. Decriminalization could be one of many...
Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C.KANNAPOLIS, N.C. -- Kannapolis City Schools will begin a partnership that will allow researchers to study the growth and development in the system's first-graders over the next few years. Members of the Kannapolis City Board of Education heard a...
Most working parents aren’t home when their kids get out of school. There’s a constant need for families to cover the kid-care gap between school ends and when work ends. That’s where after-school programs come in. School...
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The Orlando Sentinel's Front Burner columns on Friday addressing drug testing in schools illustrate that there are issues about which honest people can disagree in good faith. Harold J. Krent, dean and professor of law at Chicago-Kent law school, and...
The Straits TimesJAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN) -- In a Jakarta club, where the local authorities admit that the drug problem is spiralling out of control, music is throbbing. Some clubbers punch their fists in the air, swaying hypnotically to the beat while others sip...
The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)A Fort Carson soldier received a three-year prison sentence Monday after prosecutors say he waited an hour before calling 911 to seek help for his dying infant son. Pfc. Ian Smith, 24, stood straight and his wife wept quietly behind him while Col....
There is no place for drugs in school, and Lake Highland Preparatory, as a private school, has every legal right to subject its students to random drug testing. Although courts have held that random drug testing in public schools violates the Fourth...
KISSIMMEE — David Groover, formerly principal of Partin Settlement Elementary School, must serve a year in prison following his guilty plea and sentencing Monday for dealing drugs, court records show. The once widely popular educator admitted to...
Daily American Staff WriterMethamphetamine labs are being found more in Somerset County than in previous years, said Cpl. Dennis Ulery, a supervisor on the Pennsylvania State Police Clandestine Lab Response Team. "Last year we had a 40 percent increase statewide and we are on pace...
Protecting our kids is a parent's primary responsibility. I've yet to meet an adult who would disagree that parents or other responsible adults are in the first position to protect, provide and care for our youth. So the question becomes, how far do...
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