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It was a story KPRC broke that certainly got our attention - as well as the attention of parents all over the Houston area. In it, KPRC shared the terrifying story of a young Houston boy who was molested while at a popular Houston area summer camp. Following the story, we dove into what happened in Houston but also what is talking place across this country.

Two adults are in custody after they committed aggravated sexual assault of the 2-year-old girl in their care with the hopes of selling the footage on the dark web. Rania Mankarious discusses the online pornography industry and what we can be doing to protect as many children as possible.

Rania Mankarious discusses one of the biggest sexual scandals in sports history, surrounding Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics, and the #MeToo culture.

Rania Mankarious discusses the Turpin case - parents accused of abusing their 13 children, ranging in age from 2 to 29 - and shares signs of child abuse and when you need to get involved.

Rania Mankarious discusses the recent Logan Paul debate, which sparked national conversations about the well-known YouTube star and his decision to share an image of a dead man via YouTube.

Rania Mankarious shares security predictions for 2018 and lists what we should all be aware of every day when it comes to technology and keeping our information safe.

Crime Stoppers Executive Director, Rania Mankarious, takes a look back at the most-read Sunday Mornings With Rania posts of 2017.

 

Rania Mankarious talks about bitcoins, which have been recently appearing in mainstream media and pop culture. She talks about the potential dangers of bitcoin and explains why teens might be drawn toward this cryptocurrency.

Rania Mankarious discusses the recent culture shift, as victims of sexual abuse have been speaking up and employers have been immediately addressing the claims.

 

Rania Mankarious suggests parents should take time out of the Thanksgiving holiday to have important safety conversations with their teens or college students regarding sexting.