Your Search Returned 32 tagged news reports
Stories In the year since Matthew Badger's daughters died in a Christmas Day house fire, the grieving father says he has run the gamut of emotions, from grief to rage to fledgling recovery. The fire that ripped through his ex-wife's Stamford Conn.
The devastated father appeared on Katie Couric's talk show Tuesday and opened up in a heartbreaking interview about the horrifying moment he learned of the little girls' deaths , how he has been coping with his loss, his feelings towards his ex-wife
AP Flames engulfed Madonna Badger's $1.7 million home in Stamford, Connecticut last Christmas. New York ad exec Madonna Badger survived a horrible tragedy last Christmas that took the lives of her parents and three young daughters. Last December 25,
One year after losing their three little girls in a tragic house fire on Christmas Day, ad exec Madonna Badger and her ex-husband Matt Badger are speaking out to the media about how they're coping with their grief. Madonna is consoled by dreams of
Conn. (AP) A woman whose three daughters and parents were killed in a Christmas morning fire in Connecticut last year says she will spend this year's holiday praying and meditating in Thailand, a country she describes as a "Santa Claus-free zone."
Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut woman whose three daughters and parents died in a Christmas Day fire says she considered putting fireplace ashes blamed for the blaze outside hours before flames swept through the home. But Madonna
Madonna Badger, who survived a deadly house fire that killed her three girls and parents, said she could tell by the silence of the firefighters who had just saved her that they were dead. I begged and begged them, Badger told NBC's Matt Lauer in an
I said, 'I'm going to do it for them.'" He's fulfilling that promise with his nonprofit Lily Sarah Grace Fund , which focuses on bringing arts to underfunded public schools. All three girls had dyslexia, and art was a creative outlet and learning
David Handschuh/New York Daily News Matthew Badger (pictured left) was among the devastated mourners during the funeral for his daughters, 9-year-old Lily Badger and her 7-year-old twin sisters, Grace and Sarah, who died in a Stamford, Conn. fire
Conn. (AP) — An insurance company said it should not have to pay claims or lawsuits stemming from a Christmas morning fire that killed five people because a contractor renovating the house misrepresented the type and scope of work he did.