Family donates organs of boy killed in freak accident playing basketball
A Kentucky family is devastated after an 8-year-old boy died while playing at home, but they hope his memory will continue through the lives of others.
Flight attendants renew push for infants to have their own seats
Citing turbulence as a major factor, The Association of Flight Attendants wants children under 2 years old to have their own seats.
Watch: Paralyzed deputy regains movement, walks daughter down the aisle
Master Deputy Harold ‘Hal’ Davis was injured a year ago after a freak accident left him temporarily paralyzed, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
'I'm honored': Air Force pilot among the first to fly supersonic jet while pregnant
A new policy in the U.S. Air Force has provided more opportunities for pilots to fly while pregnant.
Kentucky woman with over 230 great-great-grandchildren meets great-great-great-grandchild: See the photo
MaeDell Taylor Hawkins, 98, met her first biological 6th-generation granddaughter in Kentucky.
Frontier joins United to make family seating easier on flights
The airlines’ moves come less than a year after federal officials urged airlines to ensure that families, especially those with young children, are able to sit together.
Couples fess up to cheating financially in new study
40% of Americans married or living with a partner admit to lying or hiding money, according to a Bankrate.com survey.
Officer, wife struggling with infertility adopts infant dropped off at hospital
Myah was dropped off inside a Safe Haven box at an Indiana hospital. It didn’t take long for her to find a forever home.
Twin brothers to walk 20 miles in every state for foster children: ‘There are so many kids that need us ’
Tavon and Davon Woods said they are products of the foster childcare system and want to raise awareness about its challenges.
Children know when parents are full of it, study finds
A new study reveals that older children are more skeptical when adults make surprising claims
Study: Childcare in DC costs 85% more than national average
The cost of daycare across the country continues to rise.
How families are handling the end of pandemic-era free school meals
The pandemic-era federal aid that made school meals available for free to all public school students — regardless of family income levels — is ending, raising fears about the effects in the upcoming school year for families already struggling with rising food and fuel costs.
Father, daughter end 17-year MLB stadium journey at Nats Park
From T-Mobile Park in Seattle to Nats Park in D.C., a father and daughter stepped up to the plate and spent the last 17 years crossing major league baseball stadiums off their checklist.
How to talk about school safety and shootings with your child
FOX 5 asked Dr. Sarah Edwards for help on how to talk to your children when tragedies like the one at Robb Elementary School occur.
Has the cost of Disney World become unaffordable for the average American family?
Recent guests of Walt Disney World complain that price hikes have gone too far, according to FOX News Digital.
Regal to offer $2 movie tickets for children’s movies this summer
Regal will feature kid favorites including “Madagascar,” “Despicable Me” and “The Lego Movie.”
Seat Pleasant police officers help deliver twin girls
Officials say the mom and both baby girls were taken to a local hospital where they are now safe, resting, and in good health.
Prince George's County mom warns parents about contaminated baby formulas
Less than a week after U.S. health officials told parents not to use three popular powdered infant formulas, a Prince George’s County mom contacted FOX 5 to double down on the warning.
Pandemic struggles worse for parents with children under 5, pediatricians say
Raising children is hard. Raising them during a pandemic is even tougher.
Grandmothers may hold deeper bond with grandchildren than own children, study suggests
“In many societies, grandmothers are important caregivers, and grandmaternal investment is often associated with improved grandchild well-being,” the study’s authors said.