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Erin Stoffel shuffled her 7-year-old son, Ezra, and 5-year-old daughter, Selah, off a pedestrian bridge in Menasha, Wisconsin, after a gunman randomly opened fire, killing her husband and her 11-year-old daughter.
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Millennial women having children at slower pace than any US generation

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 5th - 7:32pm
Millennial women are having children at a slower pace than any other generation in U.S. history, thanks in part to a struggling economy.
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Where poor kids stay poor

Tami Luhby, CNN  |  posted May 5th - 5:49pm
Baltimore is the toughest place in the country for poor children to escape poverty, a new study has found.
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Colorado's controversial fetal homicide bill fails in Senate

Josh Furlong  |  posted May 5th - 1:37pm
In response to a gruesome attack on a pregnant Colorado woman in March, where the woman's baby was cut out from the abdomen and left for dead, a Colorado lawmaker attempted to pass legislation to make the offense a crime under state law.
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Volunteer cuddling at hospital shows power of human touch

Jaleesa Irizarry, NBC News  |  posted May 5th - 8:13am
At Meriter Hospital NICU, volunteers are part of a program that brings in people to hold, rock, and cuddle the infants, making sure they're getting enough interaction. Doctors say it helps infants get home quicker.
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Classmates help put on special prom for girl with mental illness

Candice Madsen  |  posted May 4th - 10:24pm
Prom is one of those big high school highlights — something a student at Lone Peak dreamed of attending. But she wasn't able to go because of debilitating mental illness. So, her community rallied to hold a special prom just for her.
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Sleep terrors in early childhood may lead to sleepwalking later

Sandee Lamotte, CNN  |  posted May 4th - 7:36pm
Does your little one suffer from sleep terrors? Then get ready to lock the window and doors, because they might soon sleepwalk, too. A study of nearly 2,000 children in Quebec over a 12-year period found that as many as a third of the children who had early childhood sleep terrors became sleepwalkers later.
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Italian navy delivers migrant baby on Mediterranean Sea

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 4th - 6:02pm
With the help of the Italian navy, a woman fleeing Libya for Europe by boat gave birth to her baby daughter on the Mediterranean Sea over the weekend.
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10 fun ways to celebrate Screen-Free Week

Katia Hetter, CNN  |  posted May 4th - 2:33pm
For my daughter, this year's Screen-Free Week won't be different from any other week. Dating back to 1994 when it was called "TV Turnoff," it's now an effort by the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood to get people around the world to take a break from digital entertainment.
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Former Weber State softball pitcher to donate kidney to twin brother

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 4th - 10:43am
Researchers often suggest that twins have their own language, but soon a pair of twins living in Utah and Idaho will share even more than that.
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New British princess is named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Don Melvin CNN  |  posted May 4th - 10:06am
And the princess has a name! The newest UK royal, a girl born on Saturday, has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
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14-year-old Highland teen shows off entrepreneurial skills

Jen Jacobson  |  posted May 3rd - 8:45am
At 14 years old, Noah Cahoon is CEO of his own company, called Paper Box Pilots. Noah sells a toy product to families across the world. His business even won the attention of an entrepreneur and judge on the TV show "Shark Tank."
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