The Ones For Texas: Paisley's PalsWhat were you doing when you were 8 years old? A young North Texas girl is on a worldwide mission to help refugee children.
Hurst Euless Bedford ISD Board Votes Against Mask MandateThe Hurst Euless Bedford ISD school board voted -- six to one -- against a temporary mask mandate on August 27.
Dallas Zoo’s Largest Annual Fundraiser Goes Virtual For First Time For the first time ever, the Dallas Zoo’s annual Zoo To Do fundraiser is relocating – to the internet.
'Eliminating Risk Of Disruptive Behavior,' Hulen Mall Launches Mandatory Curfew After ChristmasHulen Mall will implement a mandatory curfew program on three historically busy days for the shopping center -- Dec. 26-27 and Jan. 2.
Non-Fatal Overdoses Rising For Children Under 15, Parents Should Store Meds SecurelyA new study released by the American Academy of Pediatrics found non-fatal overdoses are on the rise in children under the age of 15.
Some Pediatricians Say North Texas Elementary Schools Should Consider Value Of In-Person LearningOne pediatrician told CBS 11 News that younger children are less self-sufficient and learn through social and emotional development.
Health Officials Discourage Trick-Or-Treating, Opt For Car Parades Instead Amid COVID PandemicIn Tarrant County, health officials are asking people to be cautious when deciding on participating in trick-or treating and other events that can put you in contact with people outside your household.
COVID Hasn't Scared Off Halloween For Parents Making The Best Of Unprecedented Times With Halloween being the first celebration of many in the coming months, the details of how to handle the evening safely are top of mind for parents.
Parent Diaries Part II: Arlington Mom Of 6 Offers Tips For 'Controlling The Chaos' At Home In COVID TimesMost DFW students are still learning from home these days. For parents of multiple children, that can mean a lot of juggling.
School Lunch Provider Serves 100M+ Meals Across The Country During QuarantineSchools around the country, and here in North Texas, are working to ensure children have access to nutritious meals whether they are leaning virtually or in a classroom.
Local Kids Give Their Thoughts On Pandemic, Going Back To SchoolFrom doctors and nurses to teachers and parents, we’ve heard from adults about the school year, but what about kids? We spoke with kids of all ages to find out how they are feeling.
COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Bridging The Gap: Old School Bus Turned Mobile Learning Lab Rolls Out In DallasAn old school bus turned into a mobile learning lab and hotspot is bridging the gap for communities needing better access to Wi-Fi and educational resources such as on-board tutors.
Manhattan Toy Recalls ‘Manhattan Ball’ Activity Toys Sold Exclusively At TargetThe toy’s plastic tubes can detach from the center ball and release the small silicone teethers threaded on the tubes, posing a threat.
Texas Coronavirus Cases Top 1,300 From Child Care Facilities AloneAt least 1,335 people have tested positive from child care facilities in Texas, the state's Department of Health and Human Services reported Monday.