A 29-year-old woman in Lamar County, Mississippi, who gave birth to a stillborn baby at 31 weeks gestation, after alleged substance abuse in 2009, is at the forefront of a legal battle on Friday which could lead to a final determination on the legality of homicide against pregnant women who cause... read more
A recent report by the Consumer Product and Safety Commission (CPSC) states that children under 5-years-old are more likely to die by drowning than any other death by accident. Drowning is the number one accidental death risk for young children claims the report.
The CPSC released their findings... read more
As if the Plain states haven't already had their fill of natural disasters, mother nature seems determined to cause more suffering today as meteorologists predict more stormy weather for Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas on Tuesday.
Fortunately, Moore, Okla., the town so devastated by twisters... read more
An unconscious 20-year-old Arizona State University student was abandoned at a Tempe hospital Saturday night after his fraternity brothers left him there with a post-it note attached to his body.
Aidan Mohr was found sitting in a wheelchair in the emergency room at St. Luke's Hospital with a sticky... read more
The social security administration released their list of most popular baby names of 2012 on Thursday, which included a long list of some bizarre, presumptuous and pop culture references in wide array of traditional names and emerging baby trend names.
Most notable were the names given the honor... read more
The father of one of the young boys who was shot and killed in December, while attending Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., during a massacre which took 26 lives after a gunman open fired on a classroom of first graders and six school staffers, is facing some criminal charges on Wednesday for... read more
Police say they have successfully located the mother of a 5-year-old boy, who walked into a Schnucks grocery store in St. Louis, Missouri, around 11:15 pm on Thursday night.
On Friday, the boy was reunited with his mother.
Schnucks employees called the police after the youngster showed up,... read more
A 17-year-old high school senior at Wheatmore High School in Trinity, North Carolina, has had her senior class photo banned from the school's yearbook because the student is holding her infant son.
School officials told Caitlin Tiller, in April, just days before the yearbook was to be printed, they... read more
A public school in NYC has announced their successful transition towards becoming the nation's first public school to offer an all-vegetarian cuisine.
According to NBC News on Wednesday, the shift from chicken nuggets and pepperoni to tofu and bananas happened sometime in January, but the school... read more
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued new guidelines for mothers who want to give birth at home, in a controversial effort to make sure those who opt for home birth, do it in the safest way possible.
The AAP claims they had no choice but to issue recommendation on standards as the rise... read more
A Houston, Texas, toddler boy who was found by a Good Samaritan on Sunday, wandering by himself at a flea market, has finally been claimed by his parents.
The boy, who authorities have now learned is 17-months-old, was taken into Child Protective Services custody after loud speaker announcements... read more
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