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Hello Humankindness: Cuddle program for NICU babies3m14s

Hello Humankindness: Cuddle program for NICU babies

Every year, nearly 15 million babies are born prematurely, and in California, those premature birth rates continue to climb. These babies and their families face so many obstacles right out of the gate, but hospitals like Bakersfield Memorial are trying to make their lives a little easier, with a little bit of T-L-C.

KERO
Published: January 16, 2019
Deaf soccer coach is a 'home run' hire for Colerain High School1m59s

Deaf soccer coach is a 'home run' hire for Colerain High School

Mallory Burke was initially nervous when she learned Felicia Waldock was named the Colerain girls’ soccer coach. Burke, a junior midfielder, was unsure of how a deaf coach might impact the team. Junior outside/center midfielder Sofia Wilmes had difficulty understanding Waldock and wondered how she would create a bond with the new coach.

WCPO
Published: January 16, 2019
Engler writes in 11-page resignation letter that he'll quit in a week2m20s

Engler writes in 11-page resignation letter that he'll quit in a week

Michigan State University's interim President John Engler says in 11-page resignation letter than he'll quit in a week, according to the Associated Press. This news comes hours after the university's board of trustees scheduled a meeting where the board was expected to vote to fire Engler.

WXYZ
Published: January 16, 2019
Mother, son found dead in suspected carbon monoxide deaths1m54s

Mother, son found dead in suspected carbon monoxide deaths

A mother and her son were both found dead in their Carleton home in what is suspected to be a case of carbon monoxide poisoning. Sargent Rob Moody with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says deputies did a wellness check at the home of 57-year-old Mark Kiebler and 83-year-old Alice Kiebler located in the 11000 block of South Stoney Creek Road Saturday afternoon.

WXYZ
Published: January 16, 2019