Children 14 April '17
The gradeschooler based in Ohio reached McDonald's safely with his four-year-old passenger, and admitted he learned how to drive by watching YouTube videos.
Infant 27 March '17
Baby boxes help protect newborn babies from dying, as well as help parents understand safe sleeping habits.
Family Life 3 March '17
A mother and a father were charged after they were found to have overdosed in the presence of their kids.
Teens/Young Adults 21 February '17
Police are still investigating if this shooting was a random act or the teen had been targetted.
School 8 February '17
Northridge and Benton-Carroll-Salem are just some of the schools that might be stripped off its budget.
Music.Art.STEM 23 January '17
The band Little Big Town recently visited a high school choir to promote music education.
Infant 14 December '16
The parents of Oklahoma twins were arrested and charged with child neglect.
Autism 6 December '16
Malls in the United States have introduced sensory-friendly Santas for children with autism. The experience catered to these kids' special needs, such as the absence of bright lights and loud music.
Teens/Young Adults 25 November '16
The 14-year-old girl who killed her father for beating their mother and terrorizing their family is set to spend time behind bars over the holidays.
Teens/Young Adults 21 November '16
Teens get away with suspension after ACLU asked the school to reverse their decision.
Dads 15 November '16
Jennifer Garner awarded at the Baby2Baby Gala and estranged husband, Ben Affleck, shows support during their Sunday mass.
Infant 13 November '16
Experts said that the best way to lower babies' risk of developing peanut allergies is by feeding the legume to them -- even to infants who are extra sensitive to peanuts. Food containing peanuts can be introduced to babies as early as six months.
Dads 7 November '16
Lebron James and J.R. Smith encourages the people of Ohio to give their to Hillary Clinton citing that one vote matters a lot.
Health/Nutrition 31 October '16
All of the 18 patients – 16 of them children – got the variant swine flu viruses after they visited agricultural fairs in Michigan and Ohio. A person with swine flu virus, which commonly circulates in pigs, displays several symptoms such as fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and body aches.
Health/Nutrition 27 October '16
Some cities in the United States have many residents with healthy hearts and aren't susceptible to heart attacks. Others, however, have people with weak hearts and are prone to heart attacks.
Development 14 October '16
The Fuller Cut barbershop in Ypsilanti, Michigan provides a $2 discount to kids who read aloud to their barbers during haircut appointments. The 75 to 100 diverse books offered by the barbershop all feature African-American role models ranging from athletes and astronauts to writers.
Teens/Young Adults 14 October '16
This is the story of Andrew Frye who died of overdose. His grandmother and mother were behind the crime.
K-12 Reform 8 October '16
Teachers in Toledo, Ohio are seizing on this education law to curtail standardized testing - viewed as excessive and harmful.
News 27 September '16
According to reports, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are getting married at the end of the year.
Body 15 September '16
The teen's boyfriend said she suffered from headaches, altered mental states, and was speaking gibberish days after she contracted the brain-eating amoeba. Naegleria fowleri causes an infection called primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM).
School 12 September '16
Representatives of the student-led movement will hand-deliver tampons and sanitary pads into all non-residential bathrooms. The initiative signifies that pads and tampons are a bathroom "necessity" (like toilet paper and hand soap) and "not a luxury."
School Age 6 September '16
Fortunately, none of the affected kids developed serious conditions as a result of eating the chili peppers.
Pregnancy 31 August '16
There was a dramatic surge of side effects experienced by women between 2011 and 2016 than before Ohio's medical abortion law was passed. According to a researcher, Ohio's law "really compromised" women's health.