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California Couple Had Marked 50-Year Anniversary Before Fire

California Couple Had Marked 50-Year Anniversary Before Fire

Oct 15
At least 35 people have died in the deadliest week of wildfires in California history. The victims include a couple who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and a 14-year-old boy whose parents and older sister were severely burned.

One Warm Coat Kicks Off Its 25th Season Of Giving

One Warm Coat Kicks Off Its 25th Season Of Giving

Oct 14
One Warm Coat kicks off its new season of giving celebrating a 25 year milestone of warming communities.

Loving Those Left Behind: Caring for Older Kids in Foster Care

Loving Those Left Behind: Caring for Older Kids in Foster Care

By Maria Dominguez | Oct 14
Older children are often overlooked by prospective foster parents. For LGBTQ youth, who make up 40 percent of homeless teens according to a 2012 Williams Insititute study, finding an accepting foster family is an even bigger challenge.

Author of Transgender Book for Children Will Visit Wichita

Author of Transgender Book for Children Will Visit Wichita

Oct 12
The author of a children's book about a transgender fourth-grader is planning to visit a city in Kansas where the book's presence in school libraries has prompted debate.

Watch: Ga. Mother Furious At School for Giving Daughter LGBTQ Vocab Quiz

Watch: Ga. Mother Furious At School for Giving Daughter LGBTQ Vocab Quiz

Oct 12
A mother from Georgia is up in arms after learning her 12-year-old daughter was given an LGBTQ-themed vocabulary test, which quizzed the girl on the definitions of "lesbian," "gay," "transgender," and other terms.

Same-Sex Couple Has the 'Nuclear Family'

Same-Sex Couple Has the 'Nuclear Family'

By Maria Dominguez | Oct 9
To see a living representation of LGBTQ progress, look no further than a cute, comfy home nestled in the trees of suburban south Charlotte, N.C. There live the Brock-Boone clan, whose lives have illustrated shifting time, attitudes and laws.

Missouri Court Rules in Favor of Lesbian Seeking Custody

Missouri Court Rules in Favor of Lesbian Seeking Custody

By Summer Ballentine | Oct 5
A lesbian who helped raise a child with her former partner following artificial insemination can seek custody or visitation with the child even though they were never married and she was not the one who gave birth, Missouri appellate judges ruled.

Watch: Ellen Talks with Transgender Military Couple, Gives Them Incredible Surprise

Watch: Ellen Talks with Transgender Military Couple, Gives Them Incredible Surprise

Sep 29
A transgender married couple who are both in the military stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week to discuss the realities of possibly losing their job, thanks to President Trump.

Preventing Child & Teen Obesity: 10 Tips for Helping Your Child Live a Healthy Life

Preventing Child & Teen Obesity: 10 Tips for Helping Your Child Live a Healthy Life

Sep 26
Today, about one in five school-aged children are obese and that's tripled since the 1970s. Now's a great time to start them on the right path to healthy living.

Joann Girl Scout Day Offers Crafting Discounts and Meet & Greets

Joann Girl Scout Day Offers Crafting Discounts and Meet & Greets

Sep 23
Girl Scout troops will head to JOANN Stores across the nation on Saturday, September 23 to kick off the fall 2017 season with crafts.

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