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True Friendship Is Felt, Not Said Is The Video Of The Week

Whether we're talking about our loving animals or a fellow human being, nothing can take the place of true friendship, as you'll see in this video of the week that a dear friend sent to me.

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mwhatley,flickr

New Way Of Thinking With School Shootings is Fight Back

There's a new approach to school security urges kids and teachers to fight back with improvised weapons like chairs and books if confronted by a gunman!

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Getty Images

Little League to Introduce Drug Education Program

Little League Baseball plans to introduce an educational program for coaches and volunteers intended to raise awareness about the dangers of performance-enhancing drugs.

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US Court: PA School Can’t Ban ‘Boobies’ Bracelets

A federal appeals court won't let a Pennsylvania school district ban "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets.

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WMUR

Dad Shoplifts While Kids nearly Die in Hot Car

This is my outrage of the week story! The father of 4 children, Jeremiah Hollenbeck, 28, of Lebanon, Maine, left his kids inside a sweltering car, with the windows rolled up, while he went shoplifting!

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YouTube

Kids Say The Darndest Things, Don’t They?

The great Art Linkletter's 'House Party' was an American staple between 1945-1969. Then, Bill Cosby helped revive 'Kids Say The Darndest Things' in 1998.

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Etsy

New Wig Make Kids Look Like Cabbage Patch Doll

One of the biggest crazes in the 80's was the Cabbage Patch Doll, parents would do anything to get one of them for their kids.

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iStockphoto

Massachusetts One of the Best States To Be a Kid

The latest results from Kids Count is in, and it looks like Massachusetts is one of the best places for a child to grow up. 

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Disabled Second Grader Kept Apart from Fellow Students in Class Photo

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, this one is worth more because it has a lot of people talking.

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New Ordinance in Wisconsin Town Allows Authorities to Fine Parents of Bullies
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Wisconsin Town Allows Authorities to Fine Parents of Bullies

Bullying has reached epidemic proportions and officials all across the country are putting measures in place to protect students. But a Wisconsin city has gone a step further by passing an ordinance which allows the parents of bullies to be fined. Does that seem fair?

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