María Dominga Quiahua llora durante un momento con su hijo Jesús Arias, de 4 meses, antes de su cirugía de reparación de labio leporino bilateral y paladar hendido en el en el hospital Valley Children’s en Madera el 23 de febrero.
María Dominga Quiahua llora durante un momento con su hijo Jesús Arias, de 4 meses, antes de su cirugía de reparación de labio leporino bilateral y paladar hendido en el en el hospital Valley Children’s en Madera el 23 de febrero. DANIEL CÁSAREZ dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com
María Dominga Quiahua llora durante un momento con su hijo Jesús Arias, de 4 meses, antes de su cirugía de reparación de labio leporino bilateral y paladar hendido en el en el hospital Valley Children’s en Madera el 23 de febrero. DANIEL CÁSAREZ dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com

Kids Day: Una vida con nuevas posibilidades

February 27, 2017 02:55 PM

UPDATED March 29, 2017 01:14 PM

More Videos

Camera captures suspect stealing tools from parked PG&E vehicles 0:31

Camera captures suspect stealing tools from parked PG&E vehicles

How America's big and small counties differ 1:17

How America's big and small counties differ

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 12:44

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade

Meet the Liege waffle, served up by new mobile eatery Wafflicious 1:11

Meet the Liege waffle, served up by new mobile eatery Wafflicious

Erna's Elderberry House welcomes general manager and wine director with strong ties to restaurant 2:44

Erna's Elderberry House welcomes general manager and wine director with strong ties to restaurant

Watch helicopter rescue of injured firefighter as Thomas Fire burns below 3:11

Watch helicopter rescue of injured firefighter as Thomas Fire burns below

Blinded temporarily by staring at your phone? There's a name for that 1:00

Blinded temporarily by staring at your phone? There's a name for that

Adrian Martinez talks about the University of Nebraska and coach Scott Frost 0:48

Adrian Martinez talks about the University of Nebraska and coach Scott Frost

The last Native American village in Yosemite Valley was razed decades ago. Now they're bringing it back 1:29

The last Native American village in Yosemite Valley was razed decades ago. Now they're bringing it back

Remembering those who died homeless on the streets of Fresno 1:28

Remembering those who died homeless on the streets of Fresno

  • Covered California extends open enrollment deadline to Dec. 22

    Covered California is giving consumers one more week to sign up for health coverage that will begin on Jan. 1, 2018. According to Covered California officials, over the past three days, Covered California has seen more than 38,000 new consumers sign up for coverage, which means that as of Dec. 13 more than 182,000 new consumers have signed up for coverage since open enrollment began. Consumers now have until the end of Dec. 22 to sign up for coverage that will begin on Jan. 1. Covered California officials also wants consumers to know that while the enrollment deadline for most states is Dec. 15, Californians will have through Jan. 31, 2018, to sign up for coverage. While consumers can sign up for coverage after Dec. 22, their coverage will not start until Feb. 1 at the earliest.