"A lot of things have to go right for parents to be able to go away together, leave their kids home and feel comfortable while they're away," said Stephanie Newman, a New York-based psychologist and author.
Teaching parents to switch channels from violent shows to educational TV can improve preschoolers' behavior, even without getting them to watch less, a study found.
Have you made your Valentine’s Day reservation? The rush to book a table is already underway.
He's one of America's most famous pioneers -- in the food industry. There's a play at Portland Center Stage about the late James Beard. "I Love to Eat" runs through Feb. 10.
ChocolateFest returned to the Oregon Convention Center where spectators indulged in chocolates, fudge and local wines.
The Portland Expo Center welcomed breeds and their owners from around the country to partake in one of the largest Dog Shows in the U.S.
The recent media reports of a flu epidemic have sent Oregonians scurrying to get shots, causing some pharmacies to temporarily run out the vaccine.
The light itself is the same as the human versions, but it's all about the design that makes it different. It's small, portable, has safe corners and it easily sits on the ground.
Santa Claus will be making the rounds in Gladstone in the next few days and he's using an old Mack fire truck to get him around on his sleigh.
For nearly 30 years, Make-A-Wish Oregon has been granting the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses. Some involve dream destinations or meeting their idols. One teen asked for a 'man cave' and we talked to him about the inspiration behind his wish.
They see kids without coats, without the necessities - so they take action. KATU Photojournalist Julie Murray rode along with some unique elves in the David Douglas School District while they delivered gifts to struggling children.
A popular Christmas tradition is back on along Peacock Lane in Southeast Portland.
There's a new attraction opening up in town this weekend and some folks got a sneak peek before the big grand opening.
A non-profit organization that has spent the past couple of decades putting smiles on kids' faces by teaching them the joy of reading is celebrating a big milestone this year.