Texas Governor Greg Abbott Pushing For Kids To Have A 'Normal' Summer During PandemicThis week Texas Governor Greg Abbott said child care facilities can reopen and set the stage for a return to summer camp, youth sports leagues and even summer school.
Children Suffering From COVID-19-Linked Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Identified In North TexasFour new cases of a severe illness affecting children, linked to COVID-19, have been identified at one North Texas hospital.
Youth Sports To Begin Again Soon, But With New Restrictions PresentTeam administrators and city leaders are working to set social distancing guidelines, knowing some traditions will have to be sidelined in the name of safety.
Parents Adjusting As Child Care Industry In Texas Gets Green Light To ReopenThe state is now restricting child care centers to no more than 10 children per caregiver and 20 to a room with two caregivers.
Pediatricians See Child Vaccinations Drop As Parents Fear CoronavirusPediatricians are concerned about a possible side effect of the coronavirus: falling numbers of children receiving vaccines for other diseases.
Experts Urging North Texans To Be On Lookout For Signs Of AbuseChild advocates are sounding an alarm as concerns grow about an unprecedented drop in child abuse reports.
Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare IllnessA new concern is growing around the U.S. after children who tested positive for COVID-19 or its antibodies have also come down with a rare illness.
Childcare Facilities Making Changes to Stay Safe, Stay Open During Coronavirus PandemicAs restrictions are eased and more businesses come back online, industry experts warn that childcare will be critical in order for workers to return.
'Tragic Beyond Words', Texas Woman Kills Her 2 Children, Mother In Murder-Suicide"Tragic beyond words. Two little children, a grandmother and a mother."
With Parents Spending More Time At Home, Children's Health Gives Tips On Safeguarding"Injuries are the leading cause of death for children, and about a third of those deaths happen at home," Marisa Abbe said. "If we know the top risk areas, we can safeguard against them."
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas ISD Cafeteria Workers Make Cover Of 'Time' MagazineWhen 'Time' magazine decided to honor frontline heroes in the coronavirus pandemic, several Dallas ISD cafeteria workers snagged a spot on the cover.
Texas Hospital Reports Easter Sunday Death Of 3-Year-Old As Child Abuse Cases Continue To RiseA North Texas pediatric hospital has reported its third death from "severe abuse" in less than a month as it has seen a spike in these types of cases during the coronavirus pandemic.
With Low Chances Of Kids Returning To Classrooms, North Texas Mom Shares Advice On HomeschoolingNorth Texas mother of 10, Laura Hernandez, began homeschooling 10 years ago and has a few tips to help parents push through the next month and a half.
Coronavirus In Texas: Schools Struggle To Safely Get Free Meals To Students In NeedCities big and small quickly ran into problems when food workers, teachers and volunteers became infected or were too scared to report for duty.
Coronavirus In Texas: 7-Eleven Donates Juice To YMCA Dallas Emergency Childcare ProgramThe Emergency Childcare Program provides support to essential working families (first responders, healthcare professionals, retail and supply chain staff) who do not have a place for their children to go during the workday.