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Highlighting the importance of healthy, caring connections and the presence of protective factors in families and communities, Governor Roy Cooper declared April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in North Carolina.
Highlighting the importance of healthy, caring connections and the presence of protective factors in families and communities, Governor Roy Cooper declared April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in North Carolina.
 
A consortium of open borders groups sued the administration in early November to ban the rule, claiming among other things, that the government exceeded its authority in its attempts to keep criminals out.
A consortium of open borders groups sued the administration in early November to ban the rule, claiming among other things, that the government exceeded its authority in its attempts to keep criminals out.
 
The singer Jessica Simpson just spoke after recalling confronting the woman who sexually abused her as a child, and to explain how her new memoir “Open Book” helped her to heel.
The singer Jessica Simpson just spoke after recalling confronting the woman who sexually abused her as a child, and to explain how her new memoir “Open Book” helped her to heel.
 
To highlight the importance of healthy, caring connections between children and their parents and the communities in which they live, Governor Roy Cooper declared April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in North Carolina.
To highlight the importance of healthy, caring connections between children and their parents and the communities in which they live, Governor Roy Cooper declared April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in North Carolina.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed Kilah's Law, House Bill 75/Senate Bill 70 into law today. The bill increases the penalties for convicted child abusers to a Class D felony and requires their official record show that the abused was younger than 16 years of age. Before this law...
Governor Pat McCrory signed Kilah's Law, House Bill 75/Senate Bill 70 into law today. The bill increases the penalties for convicted child abusers to a Class D felony and requires their official record show that the abused was younger than 16 years of age. Before this law...
 
On July 13, 2011, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a four-year-old child being seriously injured as a result of being thrown from a roof and hitting the side of a swimming pool at a residence on Terrapin Track in Washington, N.C.
On July 13, 2011, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a four-year-old child being seriously injured as a result of being thrown from a roof and hitting the side of a swimming pool at a residence on Terrapin Track in Washington, N.C.
 
On June 20th, 2010, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of child abuse that occurred at a home on River Road in Washington.
On June 20th, 2010, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of child abuse that occurred at a home on River Road in Washington.
 
On Jan. 11, the Sheriff's Office received a report alleging that a child was given an alcoholic beverage and physically assaulted by an adult at a home on Boyd Loop Road in Pinetown.
On Jan. 11, the Sheriff's Office received a report alleging that a child was given an alcoholic beverage and physically assaulted by an adult at a home on Boyd Loop Road in Pinetown.
 
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