CLEVELAND, Ohio —  Cuyahoga County’s child welfare agency ended last year with a $7.5 million surplus — more than any of the county’s other offices — in part by keeping more children with their parents rather than in foster homes.

And the county has rewarded that thriftiness despite recent high-profile cases in which children died or suffered severe malnutrition after the agency reunited them with their mother



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