The lives of some of the Grange Hill make some of it’s storylines look tame in comparison. The popular kids show tackled a range of hard-hitting topics from knife crime to heroin addiction – and has recently been slapped with a racist and offensive language warning on streaming service Britbox.
A hot recent Pulaski County courthouse topic — lawsuits alleging sexual impropriety against a wealthy Little Rock businessman — has burst into the open. Arkansas Business reports that Terry L. Fleming, who founded PerfectVision Manufacturing, a maker of telecommunications equipment, had resigned from the company after the filing of three
There are at least tens of thousands of victims trapped in the world of sex trafficking in the United States, and the problem is growing. In 2019, Polaris, which operates the National Human Trafficking Hotline, identified more than 15,000 new victims and survivors and saw a 20 percent increase in
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — MARRISA REXROAD Long before COVID-19 had become a household word, almost a year before it began to wreak havoc on an already vulnerable population in Harrison County, Marissa Rexroad, then the associate director of the local homeless shelter, created a county-wide task force to study the
You could say Sophie Lin, 8, of Vacaville, is among the best friends Bay Area felines ever had. The Orchard Elementary second-grader started an online fundraiser, via GoFundMe, to help sick and homeless cats, despite being allergic to them, she said during a telephone interview last week while visiting relatives
Christmas came early for young people in Derbyshire who are helped by charity Framework Housing Association, when festive shoe boxes were delivered to one of its centres. They were give courtesy of Sewa, which is a universal concept involving performing an act of kindness without expectation of reward. On Sewa
Identities of three young victims alleged to have been forced to work and trafficked by a Pineville man will be kept concealed after a protective order was granted last week. Both the prosecution and defense agreed to the motion, which U.S. Magistrate Judge H.L. Perez-Montes signed on Dec. 2. This