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Girls (48 percent) were more likely than boys (39 percent) to consider running away.
He was supposed to be living with his mother but started running away to be with his father.
Nate's story both illustrates the value of knowing the outdoors and the fact that there's no glamour in running away.
Young girls were more likely to run away than boys, who were more likely to start running away at an earlier age.
DETECTIVES in Wrexham are hunting an arsonist seen running away from a burning house late on Sunday evening.
This is particularly worrying when they are instances of children as young as seven running away.
The county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday ordered an investigation into the death of a 17-year-old girl who was found comatose in Palmdale in March after running away from MacLaren Children's Center.
At least eight foster children were slain or died in accidents after running away or being abducted in the past few years.
At least eight children were slain or died in accidents after running away or being abducted in the past few years.
AGUA DULCE - A 9-year-old boy who spent much of his life in foster care was killed late Wednesday when he charged across a dark highway, running away from a group home in Agua Dulce, officials said Thursday.
Chicago running away with the AL Central, the Yankees about to put away Boston in the AL East, and the tension of the see-saw AL West race between Seattle and Oakland dissipated by the likelihood the loser would go to the playoffs anyway by outfinishing Cleveland.
4 billion bond issue's passage - is sure to be accused of running away from a fight.