MOTHER

Motherly Instincts Overpower the Instinct to Kill

Conservation officials say while this is a rare thing to happen, they don't know how long it will last

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA — It’s a rare thing in the wild to see, but in a Tanzanian Wildlife Conservation, being a mother is all that matters. In the wild, lions and leopards are mortal enemies and lions will kill their competition within seconds of meeting…

Woman Practicing Driving Accidentally Kills Son

Police Say She Hit Accelerator Instead Of Brakes

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Police in St. Paul say a woman practicing driving in a school parking lot struck and killed her 3-year-old son. Police say the 39-year-old woman was in the parking lot with family members practicing driving when she accidentally pressed down on the accelerator instead of the brakes. The car went out of control, struck the woman’s…

New Bill Introduced in Minnesota Turns “Snow Days” into “School Days” for Students

Minnesota Legislators are hoping to replace snow days with 'e-learning' days

MINNESOTA — Students in Minnesota may want to take advantage of any upcoming snow days before they’re over with for good. Sleeping in, building snowmen or having play dates with friends is what usually comes to mind when we think of having snow days. Yet, students may be kissing these days goodbye as lawmakers in Minnesota are working on establishing…

DAPL Protester Accused of Abuse Makes Plea

The elderly woman was taken to the hospital during a blizzard in December where staff said she was frail and malnourished

  MORTON COUNTY, N.D. — A Las Vegas woman accused of abusing her elderly mother during the pipeline protests has pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors say Kathleen Bennett left her 82-year-old mother, who has dementia, tied to a chair while she attended demonstrations. The elderly woman was taken to the hospital during a blizzard in December where staff said she was…