Father Of Boy Accidentally Shot 23 Years Ago During Playdate Speaks OutA father who lost a son after an accidental shooting wants other parents to ask a simple question this summer.
EPA Declines To Ban Pesticide Found To Do Harm To Children's BrainsEPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said that by not banning chlorpyrifos he gave "regulatory certainty" to thousands of farms relying on the pesticide.
Expensive Toys For Needy Kids End Up With Santa Clara County EmployeesSanta Clara County Assessor Larry Stone is trying to turn a wrong into a right after toys meant as gifts for disadvantaged kids wound up in the hands of some county employees.
New Parents Gather In Oakland To Celebrate Recent Adoptions Of Foster KidsEleven area families who recently adopted foster children gathered in Oakland Wednesday afternoon to celebrate National Adoption Month.
East Bay Man Raises Money To Fight Kids' Cancer
No Codeine For Kids, Pediatricians SayFor decades, codeine has been used for pain relief, but a new report is warning about some potentially deadly dangers for children.
Ear Infection Treatment Breakthrough Could Replace Oral Antibiotic RegimenResearchers report Wednesday that an antibiotic gel coated the animals’ eardrums and slowly seeped inside to clear up infection.
Nearly One Third Of Parents Paying Back Student LoansA recent survey finds a large percentage of parents are paying back student loans—either their own loans, or those of their children.
Tech Savvy Kids Could Bring Malware Back Home From Public WiFiWhat your kids do on their gadgets at school can have an effect on your devices at home.
Ride Sharing Service For Kids Expanding From Silicon Valley To Orange CountyA Silicon Valley based ride hailing service for kids is branching out into SoCal.
Couple Allegedly Leaves Kids In SoCal Desert Without Water As PunishmentA mother and her boyfriend were in jail Thursday after leaving her children out in the hot Southern California desert as punishment.
Parents More Confident In Tweens' Ability To Handle Weather Emergency Than Finding A Gun, Study FindsA new ‘home alone’ report suggests that 82-percent of parents think that their tween-age children would know what to do in case of an emergency like a storm.