Oklahoma boy dies after attempting TikTok ‘blackout challenge’

Posted on July 23, 2021

By Rachel Scully A 12-year-old Oklahoma boy died Tuesday after attempting to do a new social media challenge on TikTok, NBC affiliate KFOR reported. The boy reportedly  Continue Reading »

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City’s Domestic Violence Homicides Already Double Last Year’s Number

Posted on July 22, 2021

By Becca Costello Police say Cincinnati has had nine domestic violence homicides so far this year – more than the last two years combined. That  Continue Reading »

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Two Sacramento Women Killed in Two Weeks: What’s Behind Apparent Increase In Domestic Abuse?

Posted on July 22, 2021

By Julie Watts SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A deadly shooting in Sacramento County may be another sign of an increase in domestic violence as we come  Continue Reading »

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Cuts in federal VOCA funding hurt NC groups aiding survivors of violent crimes

Posted on July 21, 2021

by Jennifer Bringle Catherine Johnson knows the impact the Victims of Crime Act Crime Victims Fund, commonly known as VOCA funding, has on some of the most vulnerable North   Continue Reading »

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Delaware Medical Mandated Reporting

Posted on July 19, 2021

2019 Delaware Code Title 24 – Professions and Occupations Chapter 17. Medical Practice Act Subchapter V Miscellaneous Provisions § 1762 Reports of treatment of certain  Continue Reading »

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