Is your child afraid to go to the doctor? A free event coming up at Kentucky Oaks Mall in Paducah aims to help kids see checkups are nothing to fear.
Connecting With Your Children
First responders and medical professionals in Carlisle County, Kentucky are working to help children overcome their anxieties, so their next doctor's office visits are fear free.
With another hot weekend on the way, the staff at Crossings Jonathan Creek told Local 6 how campers stay safe in the blistering weather.
A local sheriff's department is working to break down barriers and build relationships with families in the community.
New Hampshire ranks highest and New Mexico lowest for overall child well-being in the United States, according to a report published Wednesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a nonprofit group focused on improving the well-being…
Playground equipment can become dangerously hot in the summertime.
Watching as a video game ensnares their child, many a parent has grumbled about "digital heroin," likening the flashing images to one of the world's most addictive substances.
Smartphone app "Calm"secured the rights to Bob Ross and "The Joy of Painting" and has added it to a selection of bedtime stories.
Every couple of years a book or article arrives diagnosing parents with catastrophic spinelessness. The power pyramid has been inverted, they warn, and the children are in, and therefore out of, control.
The Mayfield Independent School District has announced it's expanding its Summer Food Service Program for summer 2018.
What are you doing to keep your children active this summer?
A driver's license is like a ticket to freedom for a teenager, or at least that's the way it's been viewed for generations. That seems to be changing.
A game that allows users to play as an active shooter is seeing backlash from parents and officials, locally and across the country.
While most parks in our area are ADA accessible, it can still be hard to maneuver a soccer field in a wheelchair. In Murray and Calloway County, leaders are working to change that.
Experts say lack of sleep and early school start times can lead to poor grades, more car crashes, depression and even suicide. A growing chorus of health professionals say steps need to be taken to prevent your teen from being too sleepy for school.
You'll start feeling summer-like heat this weekend in the Local 6 area, with temperatures around 90 degrees.
Since the Marshall County High School shooting, local schools have been finding ways to really get to know their students. At Paducah Middle School, no one sits alone at lunch. At least, not anymore.
Kentucky State Police has released a video that teaches preschool and elementary school students what to do when there is an emergency.
A new study on loneliness found college-age adults may be lonelier than older adults.
It's a question with an answer that researchers are still trying to better understand: How much exercise do kids need on a daily basis?
The Paducah Board of Education gave unanimous approval Friday night to essentially move forward on a learning and career center —the Paducah Innovation Hub.
There is a growing concern that companies are not doing enough to protect young children online.
How many photos of your child did you share on social media today? Posting photos of your young children while using certain hashtags could expose them to predators.
Use positive words, celebrate success, encourage kids to try new things; there are so many things parents can say and do to instill perseverance in their kids.