There is a small - but growing - trend among aging Baby Boomers to live together. What do your readers think of this idea?
The Food and Drug Administration has recently implemented changes to sunscreen labeling, which aim to clear up some confusing terms but may still be difficult to understand. How to educate your readers on this topic:
The recent tornadic destruction in Moore, Okla., is another example of teachers putting their safety aside to protect students.
As residents in communities across America dive into the summer swim season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are releasing the results of a disturbing study. Researchers found nearly 60 percent of pool filters tested positive for E. coli.
More and more preteens are joining their older siblings on the social media photo sharing site Instagram. Are parents in your community worried?
The start of summer, honoring fallen heroes and food are all ideas to cover for Memorial Day.
More men are staying home with their children as women head to the office. How does this trend translate in your community?
The federal government has released a massive database of costs for inpatient services from hospitals around the country.
Some ideas for covering a great "moment of life," high school and college graduation:
The Pew Research Center survey shows a 49-percent decrease in the country’s gun murder rate since 1993. Conversely, the report also reveals that 56 percent of Americans surveyed thought the rate had increased.
After Wrigley announced the release of a caffeine-enhanced gum, the FDA made an announcement of their own.
A new study on bullying recommends schools stop using the word “bullying."
How do your readers handle tragic news such as Monday’s bombings during the Boston Marathon?
It’s April 15 – how many people in your area have procrastinated and not filed their taxes? Probably a lot. How about doing a quick ASF on what to do if you’re late?
The film offers a great opportunity for dialogue on the human spirit and the will to rise to the challenge.
Scammers are using online shopping sites to target prom goers. Has anyone in your area been a victim?
Mother's Day is May 12. Stories for before and after the holiday to honor local moms:
Five million households in America have embraced Zero TV.
With a federal judge ruling Plan B, the controversial morning-after birth control pill, can be sold without a prescription without age restrictions, the debate over the medication has intensified. What’s the reaction in your community?
Now that it's been a month since the sequestration cuts to go into effect, how has that affected your community?