Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett says he encountered a little girl praying alone near the collapse site, where one of her parents is missing.
Hundreds of students and parents got the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine last weekend during clinics held at four schools.
Drew Barrymore moved to New York because she was determined to "carry on as a family" when she got divorced from Will Kopelman.
Proms are problematic, says Dr. Christopher Ohl, especially the before and after events that come along with them. "Transmissions are going to occur," Ohl said. "I guarantee you."
The parents of 15-year-old boy in Davidson County face charges after they were accused of using handcuffs and a shock collar to discipline the…
Follow these tips for a smooth guilt-free transition back to the workplace. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story.
Prince Harry has opened up about the death of his mother Princess Diana in the foreword for new book 'Hospital by the Hill', which is being published to help children who have lost someone due to COVID-19.
Reagan Kastner is a houseplant stylist and “the hero your dying plants need,” so it’s no surprise this TikTok plantfluencer is there for first time plant parents. If you’re dipping your toes into the world of plant buying for the first time, she recommends the hearty ZZ plant thanks to its ability to tolerate anything from low to bright light, the low maintenance watering schedule, and the easy of cloning giving you more bang for your buck.
Pet owners have another big concern when picking out their first plants: is this nontoxic for my dog or cat? TikTok user @joy.of.plants has those longtime pet parents and aspiring plant parents covered with this list of pet safe plants for beginners. Notably the pothos, snake plant, and ZZ plant are nixed from the list due to toxicity, but you can still hone your green thumb with the baby rubber plant peperomia, quick growing spider plant, and the waxy flowering hoya plant.
Rachel Bilson says being a parent is "No. 1" for her and her ex Hayden Christensen.
The moment your child re-engages in a cooperative manner, praise your child enthusiastically and specifically. For example, “Way to go on joining us at the dinner table respectfully! I am really proud of you.” If you start to hear pleading for a cookie again, go back to ignoring the dandelions. When the rose — your child — returns, provide more praise. You may feel silly bouncing back and forth, but it’s important to water the appropriate flower in the garden — that is, the behavior you want to see.
Maybe Gov. Roy Cooper got tired of hearing from parents, but whatever the reason, college football players' families will now be able to see t…
Melissa Spurlin chokes up thinking about what she might miss.