Local Disaster Recovery Efforts

Fox43 Morning News speaks with Tim Brown, Coordinator of Lower Susquehanna Lutheran Disaster Response and Chair of the Disaster Recovery Committee, about what resources are available for victims of last year's flooding who have already received FEMA funding. To learn more, dial 211 and a county representative will connect you to the United Way to help you get more resources.


The Basics of Bullying

Fox43 Morning News talks to Dr. Susan Swearer about how to tell if your child is a victim or perpetrator of bullying and what you can do to prevent it from happening or continuing. For more information, including bullying resources, visit http://www.education.com/topic/school-bullying-teasing/.


Bully Focuses on Teen Bullying

Premiering in theaters March 30, Bully focuses on the pains of teen bullying. To learn more about the movie, visit http://thebullyproject.com/.

Several groups are petitioning to have the movie's rating changed from 'R' to 'PG-13.' To read more about this, go to http://www.fox43.com/news/wpmt-movie-about-childhood-bullying-sparks-controversy-over-r-rating-20120321,0,970896.story, and to see the petition, visit http://www.change.org/petitions/mpaa-don-t-let-the-bullies-win-give-bully-a-pg-13-instead-of-an-r-rating.


Spring Cleaning and Organization

Fox43 Morning News talks to Amanda LeBlanc, professional organizer and star of reality show The Amandas about simple ways to organize your home storage. Amanda also talks about how to decide if something should be kept or thrown away. For more information, check out http://theamandas.com/ and http://www.mystyle.com/mystyle/shows/theamandas/index.jsp.


Does Your Home Have Curb Appeal?

Jason Cameron, host of DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes, talks to Fox43 Morning News about how to make your yard the best in the neighborhood while maintaining a budget. To learn more, visit http://www.diynetwork.com/.


Furry Friends

This week's Furry Friends visit is from Humane Society of Harrisburg. For information on adopting or helping the pets they serve, visit http://www.humanesocietyhbg.org/.