Melissa In The Morning: Helping Kids Understand Grief

Young mother with kids visiting the grave at graveyard of deceased husband or grandparent

Melissa In The Morning: Helping Kids Understand Grief

Scam Alert: scams targeting young adults have surpassed the ones targeting older adults. The Better Business Bureau explains how 18–24-year-olds are losing more money to scams compared to 65+ year olds and what to do to better protect yourself from fraudsters. (0:00)

An estimated 6 million children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling by age 18. Dealing with grief is hard, even for adults, but one author created a book to help kids understand grief and move forward from loss in a healthy way. (8:41)

The Bridgeport Police Department has been increasing efforts to maintain public safety despite lower officer numbers. We asked Chief Roderick Porter how that is happening and if anything with security has changed since the absentee ballot fraud case in the city. (22:03)

Science you may not know: a group of Connecticut fifth graders created air filtration systems that will significantly improve air quality! David shares what they did and how you can make your own system for just $60: (31:39)

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