Summer and swimming go hand in hand. It is a great way to keep your kids active, but they need to know the fundamentals before jumping in.
Connecting With Your Children
A recent report shows Tennessee is among the top 10 states for death of children due to hot vehicles, claiming 23 deaths from 1998 to 2014.
On Wednesday, the requirements for how tall a child must be to get out of a booster seat will be increased.
For kids, summer is a time to unwind and play outside with friends, but they can also forget months of important lessons.
Current and former social workers report increasing disarray at the agency, describing it as a punishing, pressure-cooker environment where they are driven to meet quotas and punished for reporting...
The Courier-Journal reports that there are currently 8,208 children who have been removed from their homes and placed in foster or residential care.
A local United Way is hoping you'll volunteer your time to help children learn to read.
The law increases the height and age requirements required to move a child out of a booster seat.
The free baseball camp will be held at the University Mall in Carbondale, Illinois.
On Tuesday, Governor Steve Beshear announced that the Kentucky Association of Food Banks would be getting $40,000 to help fund the Summer Food Service Program.
Sometimes it can be a struggle to keep kids active during the summer months. We continue with our month long commitment to share ways you can get your kid up and moving while classes are out.
Kids with the Paducah Day Nursery were making a difference in their community on Wednesday.
Eight children will win a $1,000 college savings plan account.
A new report says Kentucky and other states could do a better job of placing children in the foster care system with families instead of group care.
Kentucky State Police are raffling off a 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab SLE pickup as part of their fundraiser for Trooper Island.
More than 500,000 children in the U.S. currently live in some form of foster care. Over the past 10 years, the need for foster parents has dramatically increased.
It is part of Banterra Bank's second "Paducah Day at Busch Stadium" event.
The first few years of life are critical in your child's brain development. So make the most of it, because if you wait, it could be too late.
We're taking time out of our day to congratulate our little students.Here are some of the pictures you sent in.
More than half of Tennessee prosecutors say a new law allowing assault charges against mothers who give birth to drug-dependent babies is having a positive effect.
One in every 100 children in the United States has suffered abuse. It is a time to acknowledge communities working together to prevent child abuse.
Students were asked to make posters about the future.
The Lions Club of Marshall County gave free eye exams to Head Start kids at the First United Methodist Church in Benton on Thursday.
To prepare, many organizations are taking action now to help ease the blow of their uncertain financial future.