Food Allergies: The Deadly Dish Part 2From their kitchen to their social life, food allergy families open up about the stressful reality of daily life.
Missouri Parents Killed on Drive Back From Disney WorldGreg and Sarah Moyers had their two young daughters with them, they both were seriously injured.
Foundation Encourages Families to Test Children Early for AutismAutism now affects one in every 68 children in this country, and it puts a real strain on families searching for answers and advice.
TIAM Sunday July 24thHelping military children, Star Trek, holidays and birthdays.
Judge: Lawyers Can Have Michael Brown Juvenile RecordsThe city's lawyers argued that the information could ``lead to the discovery of admissible evidence'' in the lawsuit against Ferguson and the officer who shot Brown.
Talking to Children: Deciphering the Orlando MassacreProcessing the worst mass shooting in U.S. history is hard enough for adults -- so how might kids be dealing with it?
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Jordan McFarlandThe University of Arkansa commit says regardless of what happens in the MLB Draft in June, he just wants to play this game for a long time.
Missouri Audit Questions Eligibility Checks for Child CareThis isn't the first time the agency has faced questions regarding eligibility requirements for subsidized child care.
Missouri Moves to Tighten Abortion Notification RequirementGirls who want an abortion in Missouri would need to tell both their parents under a bill that has passed the House.
Parkway School Board Passes New Sex-Ed CurriculumThe board let about 50 people speak their mind for one minute on the proposed controversial changes before the vote.
Pediatric Academy Urges Doctors to Screen for PovertyThe goal is to screen for poverty issues, which has been called one of the most widespread and persistent health risks facing children.
Measure Seeks to Reduce Child ShootingsParents could be prosecuted for child endangerment.