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  • Be sure to grab Sunday’s paper tomorrow!!!
    Be sure to grab Sunday’s paper tomorrow!!!
    From the desk of award-winning Honolulu Star Advertiser journalist, Rob Perez, who brought you the domestic violence “Crossing The Line” series in 2009 comes what is sure to be another shocking and revealing series, this time, on...
  • Jenelle Evans
    ‘Teen Mom’ star Jenelle Evans: CPS took threats against Kaiser seriously?
    “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans knows that she has a group of supporters, who believe she has changed her ways, and a group of haters, who will do anything to prove that she is a bad mother. This week, Jenelle has been posting pictures...
  • CPS: A needed agency, but neglect slips through the system
    Genesee County CPS worker claims THC has a 3 day retention in the body; we wish!
    In an encounter with CPS (Child Protective Services) on Monday, workers stated THC only remains in the body for 3 days; a new study the worker claimed.Oh how we wish!!!Truck drivers across the country, and workers affected by these rules, will be...
  • Mother sues after failed drug test for eating poppy seeds was sent to CPS
    Mother sues after failed drug test for eating poppy seeds was sent to CPS
    On March 11 ABC News reports that a first time mom is suing a Pittsburgh hospital after a failed drug test was sent to child protective services. She claims that officials have defamed her, violated her doctor-patient confidentiality by turning...
  • Student attendance and grades fake
    Student attendance and grades fake
    Amidst the controversial Chicago Public School closings which initiated public uproar at the end of the school year “2013”; reports have emerged exposing the practice of creating data for the purpose of changed scores and increased...
  • cold
    Chicago Public Schools will be closed on Monday and Tuesday - after all
    UPDATE: Chicago Public Schools are remaining closed on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014 due to the severe cold weather. In what could turn out to be a public relations nightmare for Chicago Public Schools, after making headlines all weekend long stating that...
  • CPS holds its' 10th annual CPS Siemens HBCU event
    CPS holds its' 10th annual CPS Siemens HBCU event
    On Friday, November 8, 2013, CPS changed the lives of hundreds of students within the Chicago Public School system. CPS held the 10th annual CPS Siemens HBCU Scholarship Reception at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers in Chicago, Illinois. This was a...
  • Cultural funding proves it pays to be international & educational
    Cultural funding proves it pays to be international & educational
    The MacArthur Foundation's International Connections Fund has awarded grants to 18 Chicago nonprofit arts and culture organizations, including Chicago Human Rhythm Project and Deeply Rooted Productions.The former received$45,000 for intensive...
  • Uptown Church Shooting
    Uptown shooting along 'safe passage' route sparks community outrage
    As the first day of school quickly approaches, parents are concerned about the safety of their children after yet another shooting in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood on Monday evening, injured 5 people, four of them identified by police as...
  • Abused Boy Killed
    Los Angeles DFCS Under Fire after Abused Boy's Death
    Gabriel Fernandez came to school with multiple physical signs of severe abuse. Take a look at the sad photos. He was killed at age 8, his mother and her boyfriend charged with capital murder with the special circumstance of torture. At the time of...
  • Nikolayev Family
    Nikolayev family relieved to have baby Sammy home after CPS took custody
    Anna and Alex Nikolayev are happy to finally have their baby, Sammy, home after a court ruling that returned their child to them after CPS took the baby reports News 10 on April 30. Since the baby has been home, the couple says that they have been...
  • Public school closures
    School closures could shut down politicians
    On Sunday April 21Chicago-ist published a piece called, “Backlash to Emanuel Grows with Opposition to School Closures.” It appears that the tide is turning. Angry citizens are taking it to the streets – and even to the residences...
  • Hunter Markusen
    With his own two hands
    PHOENIX – With a mom who works for Child Protective Services and a step-dad who is a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office district commander, Hunter Markusen, a Mountain Trail Middle School student has heard numerous horror stories about...
  • Second shift entrepeneur
    Second shift entrepeneur
    Balancing a full-time job and owning a business is a difficult task but Katie Keller from Chicago doesn't lose a minute at successfully accomplishing both. Katie works in a management position for a home health care company and after hours is...
  • Chicago Teachers Strike continues
    Churches provide safe havens during Chicago teachers strike
    As the Chicago teachers strike heads into its fourth day, students remain out of school. During this strike, Chicago area churches are providing safe havens for school children. Registration for the program is free.Fox News Chicago reported...