Black Parents Who Worry 'The Talk' Is Not Enough Turn To De-Escalation Training
The Young Black Scholars program, run by the nationwide mentoring organization 100 Black Men, works to teach Black youth how to navigate high-stakes situations that have the potential to escalate, particularly when police officers are involved and there is a tilted power dynamic.
A 'button breakthrough': How dance therapy helps teen with disability
The pirouettes and pliés are helping her overcome a childhood diagnosis of a motor-skills disability. Gannon was diagnosed as a young child with dyspraxia, a disorder affecting movement and coordination. Her mother said routine actions, such as buttoning a blouse or reaching for a water bottle, weren't possible.
There are more than 100,000 vehicles that have five or more unpaid tickets. That's more than $21 million owed to the city by parking ticket deadbeats. The NBC4 I-Team discovers thousands of drivers don't pay their tickets, costing us all.
Grand Canyon will remain open during shutdown, Trump officials say
Grand Canyon National Park will remain open if there's a government shutdown Friday night, with security staff at the entrances and monitoring the grounds, senior Trump Administration officials said during a conference call with reporters Friday.