Today we hear how intergenerational day care improves patience for kids, memory for seniors and more for both. And, an expert explains why crime labs need independence from police departments to prevent wrongful convictions.
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- Howes: Ford sales are good, but can CEO Jim Hackett help them catch up in mobility race?
- High school teacher: Republican attacks on public education is bearing rotten fruit
- Is jail time for ticket scofflaws best use of taxpayer dollars?
- Intergenerational day care improves patience for kids, memory for seniors
- Expert: To prevent wrongful convictions, crime labs need independence from police departments