Texas Among States Helping Unemployed Parents Pay For Childcare While They Search For WorkTexas joins a number of states looking to help unemployed residents return to the workforce amid widespread labor shortages and they're doing it by providing childcare subsidies to parents while they look for jobs.
FDA To Propose Limits On Arsenic And Lead In Baby FoodThe Food and Drug Administration plans to propose limits on arsenic, lead and mercury in baby food.
Governor Abbott Wants To Extend SNAP Recipient Benefits To TakeOut And Drive-Thru RestaurantsTexas Governor Greg Abbott is asking the Department of Agriculture to allow SNAP recipients in the state to use their benefits for restaurant takeout and drive-thru service during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rideshare Companies Now Offering Services That Cater To Your Children
Texas Treasures: The African American Museum Of DallasAs the nation celebrates the achievements of African Americans, CBS 11 went to a place where hundreds of years of Black History -- American History -- is gathered and displayed under one roof.
Texas Treasures: Fort Worth Stock Show And Rodeo At The New Dickies ArenaThe Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo kicks off its 23-day run on Friday. And after 124 years, some people might think there's nothing left to see -- they'd be wrong.
Toy Hall Of Fame Finally Inducts Matchbox Cars And The Coloring BookChecking in with the "well it's about time department," Matchbox Cars and the coloring book have officially been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
Six Flags Over Texas Changing To Year-Round Weekend & Holiday OperationDuring the summer you could always count on Six Flags Over Texas being open seven days a week... now changes to the schedule mean more chances to visit the park.
It's Never Too Early For Kids To Begin Taking Water Safety ClassesA study by Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine shows formal swim lessons are associated with an 88% reduction in the risk of drowning, in kids one to four years old.
Overdue Library Fees May Soon Be A Thing Of The Past In DallasThe Dallas Public Libraries Director is asking the city council to eliminate fines for past due materials.
Never-Before Released Dr. Seuss Book To Be Released This FallA posthumous Dr. Seuss book is being released later this year, 28 years after the author's death. "Dr. Seuss' Horse Museum" will hit store shelves in September.
Do You Really Know What Your Kid's Doing On That Smartphone?A retired cybercrimes detective who spoke to parents and students at an elementary school said, "There is no such thing as privacy for children."
CEO Says She's Devoted To Keeping The 'Girl' In Girl ScoutsThe head of the Girl Scouts says that while the organization is disappointed that the Boy Scouts have decided to accept girls it is focused on helping "parents understand the benefits of Girl Scouts."
Affordable Full Day Summer Camp OptionsWith just a few weeks left in the school year, parents are looking at ways to keep their children engaged and active during summer break.
Facebook Gives Parents Control On When Kids Can Use AppFacebook is adding a "sleep" mode to its Messenger Kids service to let parents limit when their kids can use it.