WWJ’s Vickie Thomas will moderate this town hall meeting about “the urgent need to educate our children.”
There’s a place where even the biggest physical and mental challenges are no match for summer fun.
Hundreds of Metro Detroit bikers are gearing up for a big ride this weekend, raising money and awareness for families living with autism.
Keeping kids away from T-V and video games in the summer can be a challenge, but one area program has some cool incentives to get kids moving.
A federal judge says he’ll hear arguments Oct. 1 on the legality of Michigan’s ban on gay marriage and adoption by same-sex couples.
Officials got about a dozen calls reporting illnesses after Traverse City’s new $360K splash pad rained human waste-water on kids.
The Detroit Bus Company is taking on a new mission: getting the city’s kids to summer employment and after school programs.
A lot of Metro Detroit kids are looking forward to the end of the school year — but for some, summer means hunger.
In Detroit, summer reading programs for children abound and these five are some of the best around.
It’s like “Iron Chef” — only middle school style.