Back-to-school jitters are setting in, of course. We have a few tips to help put them at ease.
One viewer asks: Are Cheerios a healthy option for breakfast? The answer - well, kind of.
Beaverton is considering revamping its codes to make life much easier for food cart workers – and the people that love them.
New high-tech helmets do more to protect head injuries, but can't completely eliminate the risk.
Jimella and Nanci's Market Cafe on the Long Beach Peninsula serves up fresh, locally grown food. Oh, and it's pretty incredible.
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.
Here's a quiz for you - what looks a lot like beer but is actually fermented more like wine?
Every parent has dealt with a temper tantrum from time to time. What's the best way to deal with it?
Are you grilling burgers this holiday weekend? We went to Adam Reid, the owner of Best Burger and BBQ in Southeast Portland to get some tips on making the perfect hamburger.
More people are turning to the Internet - instead of an invite - when it comes to sharing their walk down the aisle.
"You can sort of putt putt and just go for a beautiful drive on the trails or you can go on things that you would never imagine a vehicle would go over."