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  • Doug Clark: Hug from father to son waited a lifetime

    The father and child reunion took place Jan. 7 inside a modest apartment in Independence, Missouri. Richard A. Hodge, 72, a retired Spokane photographer, had come to finally meet the …

  • Iraqi Yazidi girl tells of captivity in IS group

    MAQLUBA, Iraq (AP) — The young Yazidi girl rocked apprehensively as she described the ordeal that took her from her family, snatched from her home by militants in Iraq, then …

  • Obama sister, brother-in-law: They haven’t changed

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Michelle Obama’s brother says the first lady was reluctant to enter politics, but she is thriving as ‘mom-in-chief.’ Craig Robinson tells NBC’s “Today” his sister wanted …

  • Sisters hope to share value of giving back with family

    Captain Kyle Smith of Spokane’s Salvation Army has nicknamed Sheila Geraghty and her sister, Brigid Krause, the “Charity Geraghty Sisters.” Geraghty is the business administrator for the Salvation Army. Krause …

  • Serious consequences when parents favor one child

    As a young boy, Jesse Brown got a canvas-covered red wagon unlike anything else seen in the entire northeast Detroit neighborhood where he grew up. Clearly, he was special. Years …

  • The power of siblings

    If a brother or sister is organizing a family reunion this summer, go. Connecting with siblings can improve your mental and physical health, especially as you age. Alan Mikkelson, a …

  • Roundup: What research says about only children

    Studies show that children raised with siblings reap physical and emotional health advantages all through their lives. Does that mean only-children miss out? Not at all. Parents just have to …

  • Kids are having to double up in bedrooms

    With the economy and housing market in a slump, some growing families are making do with the space they’ve got instead of moving to a bigger home. That means their …



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