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82 arrested, 17 kids recovered in crackdown on child exploitation in southern states

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Investigators arrested 82 people and recovered 17 children in a massive sweep of the southeastern United States targeting those involved in exploiting children.Read more

Eleven nurses in South Bend hospital childbirth unit are expecting

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Their due dates are between May and October.Read more

School bus safety bill advances

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New possible punishment may be on the way for school bus zone violators if a new bill is signed.Read more


School bus driver revived with Narcan after crashing bus with special-needs students on board

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A New Jersey school bus driver has been arrested for drug and child endangerment charges after police say she was high on heroin when she crashed her bus with 12 special...Read more

Police warn '48 Hour Challenge' has dangerous consequences for children

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The Tippecanoe County sheriff is asking parents to educate themselves on the "48 Hour Challenge" and talk to their children about the dangers with it.Read more

Lost & Found: Indy business helps people find lost spouses, loved ones, pets

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Have a dog who loves to escape his invisible fence? An Indy-based company has a device that may help.Read more

Indiana gives more than $1.5 million in childcare grants

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Families are getting help taking care of when school is not in session, plus before and after class.Read more

Consumer Reports study finds arsenic, lead in fruit juices

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A Consumer Reports study showed just 4 ounces of some juices each day could cause concern for health risk.Read more

Researchers say parents should limit tablet, phone screen time for toddlers

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Researchers found that children who used devices with screens excessively at the ages of two or three had lower scores on developmental screenings a few years later.Read more


Hundreds of ounces donated in first breast milk drive, second event set for February

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Women who are currently or were recently lactating are asked to consider donating stored or extra milk to help vulnerable babies in the community.Read more

Don't spank: Pediatricians warn parents of long-term harms

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The nation's leading pediatricians' group has strengthened its advice against spanking and other physical punishment because of the potential for long-term harm.Read more