Family wants to know what happened to Shueyville man
A Shueyville man is in a medically-induced coma after his body was found near a dumpster in an Iowa City alley. But no one knows how he got there or how he was injured. Family members say Ryan Jansa was...
Top 10 Best Cities for Families
Maybe you're planning to move, maybe you're just daydreaming. Either way, here are our picks for the Top 10 Best Cities for Families. Selections are based on U.S. Census data, FBI crime statistics, reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and ratings from GreatSchools.org.
Why Do Churches Focus So Much On Families?
In an era of evangelicalism where there are church ministries built around the idea of “family,” marriage has become the focus of countless books and sermons and “family friendly” entertainment has become synonymous with “Christian” entertainment, is there a risk of distorting what the biblical inte
Six Tips For Feeding The Family During A Storm-Related Power Outage
Storms like Sandy send many of us responsible for feeding the family running to the grocery store in a panic, and then throwing out a lot of food. Here are some tips to minimize both of those things. What are yours?
How to support family of slain SAPD officer Benjamin Marconi
The family of slain SAPD Det. Benjamin Marconi thanked the community Monday for "the outpouring of support, prayers and love" they have received since Sunday.
My Family Stopped Eating Sugar for a Year and This is What Happened
Eve O. Schaub's family stopped eating sugar and were amazed by the results.
What Resources Do Families Have for Financial Emergencies?
For the typical family, earnings have grown little over the past decade and income has frequently been volatile, with more than half of U.S. households reporting that income or expenses vary from month to month. Income alone, however, no matter how consistent, does not guarantee that households can accumulate a sufficient financial cushion to protect themselves from the unexpected. One in 3 American families reports having…
What happens when a family runs out of food stamps
Are you making your family sick? Food safety tips for the home
Make dinner safe again with these food handling tips.
How a family-owned leather goods business became a tech company
In the two years since being named CEO, Andrew Royce Bauer has turned Royce Leather Gifts into a budding player in the wearable tech arena.
Here's Why The New Discovery Is The Best Land Rover For Families
It's less prestigious than a Range Rover, but does that really matter?
How the New Overtime Rule Will Help Women & Families
This report, a collaboration between the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) and MomsRising, is an analysis of the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed change to the overtime threshold and how this change will affect working women. The report focuses on the 5.9 million workers who would be “newly covered” by the proposed increase and …
How Fear of Deportation Puts Stress on Families
The specter of being removed from the United States has devastating effects on the health of undocumented immigrants and their loved ones.
New Rules for the Family-Friendly Beach House
In Pacific Palisades, California, a family got a seaside retreat that can stand up to lots of kids’ play but still looks sleek and chic.
How This Family-Run Farm Is Turning Goat's Milk Soap Into a Cash Crop
The Johnson family's eight young children--and 14 goats--have helped build the Bend Soap Company into a big success in the natural-products market.
What Rauner’s budget cuts could mean for families who depend on respite care
CHICAGO -- One of the social service programs on Gov Rauner's chopping block is the respite care program. Families already pushed to the limit could soon have an even tougher time. Under the governor’s proposed budget, funding for developmental disabilities respite care would be discontinued.
8 Ways to Reduce the Stress of Balancing Work and Family
While some founders may need to be burning the midnight oil, there are a few ways to better manage your own business and take care of your family without getting overly stressed out.
How L.A. County Sheriffs Colluded With City Officials to Kick Out Black Section 8 Families
A recent Justice Department complaint reveals extreme measures taken by the county to push families out of certain neighborhoods.