Labor day weekend is another reminder that school is right around the corner, and parents are searching for deals.
When it comes to bullying, what is to be done if a parent takes all the right steps and it still doesn’t stop?
A new survey by T. Rowe Price finds nearly 50 percent of parents admit to bribing their kids with money to encourage good behavior.
With recent advances in technology, science and medicine, it may soon be possible for parents to select the traits of children. But if you could, would you?
Parents and child psychologists weighed in Wednesday on the now-notorious lawsuit by Rachel Canning, the New Jersey high school student and cheerleader who has filed a lawsuit against her parents for living expenses and college money.
A brutal attack on a woman in her own home in Millburn, N.J., raises the question of what parents should say to their children when a stranger becomes dangerous. A parenting expert weighed in with some answers.
Summer camp season is here. But for many families, a child leaving home for the first time can create a stressful situation. TV 10-55’s Katie McGee reports on what you need to know about prepping you and your child for camp.
Furious parents gathered on Monday night to blast the New York City Department of Education’s plans to allow a nonprofit organization to collect student data, including personal and health information.
The arrest of a Long Island couple after a teenage girl got alcohol poisoning at their house has renewed the debate about the perils of supervised underage drinking.
Experts say just because your baby seems to be interested in what you are eating does not mean it is time to fix him a plate.
Abby Ellin, editor-at-large for fitsmi.com and author of the book Teenage Waistland, joined us to discuss the issue of teenage obesity and offered eight tips for families to fight the battle together.
Parents in Nassau County were furious Tuesday night, upon learning that due to damage from Superstorm Sandy more than two months ago, thousands of students will be moved to new schools later this week.
A Parent’s Worst Nightmare: Looking For A Child Among The Survivors Of The Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
After leaving the school, survivors were taken to the Sandy Hook Firehouse on Riverside Road. That is where parents came to find out if their children had lived or died.
It was a heart-wrenching experience for a Queens family Wednesday, as a loved one was arraigned in court on charges that he killed his own parents in separate attacks.
A Queens man will plead not guilty Wednesday to a crime that is hard to imagine – police said he killed his mother in 2011, and his father 15 months later.