KATU talks to Ba Luvmor, director of the Summa Academy and an expert in child development, about bullying.
A viewer asks: "I have a 2 1/2-year-old daughter. How do we transition from a crib to a toddler bed, and keep her in her own bed?"
A dad who works the night shift asks how to balance quality time and quantity time with his children.
Some strategies for keeping autistic children busy over the summer break.
A parent asks us how much screen time is too much.
Every parent has dealt with a temper tantrum from time to time. What's the best way to deal with it?
This is what the folks down at the Oregon Zoo have to say about this really lovely (and educational!) timelapse video:
With summer break just around the corner, it’s just a matter of time before parents hear that complaint. To help parents in need and on a budget, KATU Problem Solver Shellie Bailey-Shah has her “Summer Seven” – the top picks for free or nearly-free fun.
Most travelers choose to leave their pets at home, but what if you want to take your dog or cat with you?
Cat allergies are a problem many people battle, but what if there was a way to know which cats cause the worst symptoms?
How can you get your kids to eat healthier foods? Dr. Miles Hassell has the answer -- and it's something that worked with his own son.
An annual report shows Oregon enrolls relatively few children in state-funded prekindergarten classes but spends more money per student than almost every other state.
The Skamania Lodge at Stevenson is opening a zip line ride next week that gives visitors a thrilling two-hour tour through a canopy of Douglas fir trees.