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via:blackamericaweb You’ve seen him on “Let’s Make a Deal.” You’ve seen him on his own Emmy Award-winning daytime talk show. You’ve seen him in that hilarious, now-classic bit on “The Chapelle Show” on which he poked fun at his own super-square image. Brady’s latest project is “Radio Wayne,” his album on Walt Disney Records, which […]

Many parents in Dickinson expressed concern Thursday after they found out that a bus driver has been accused of sexually abusing a child.

If you have kids, you want to make sure they grow up fit and healthy. But you also know it’s hard to juggle work, family, and physical activity-for you alone, never mind for you and your kids. Setting a healthy example is a good start; research shows that parents who are physically active increase the […]

We’re all human… chances are you have been through something, you’ve had trials or you’ve been tested. And you have survived to become the person that you are today.

Well, the truth of the matter is that money doesn’t grow on trees, and it is your responsibility to teach your children the value of a dollar.

Via: defendernetwork.com Parents’ concerns about Internet safety used to be confined to the computer. Today, kids have more access to the Internet through smart phones and gaming devices so the potential for cyberbullying is greater than ever.

Your Question: Jim, My kids are in the middle of a campaign called We Want A Puppy For Christmas! I have to admit I am secretly rooting for them, but I’m not sure they are ready. They are 7 and 9. What do you think about giving a

On an episode of the hit Nickelodeon series “iCarly,” the lead character’s eccentric older brother, Spencer, makes dinner one night. Glimpsed on screen, the dish consists of red-sauce-coated pasta stuffed into hard taco shells. What could be more unappealing?

If your kids weren’t born good with money, don’t fret! These 23 ways to help your kids be more money savvy will teach them good money habits -- even if you're not a financial whiz like Suze Orman. "How are learning to a ride bike and learning about money similar?” asks Karyn Hodgens, creator of KidsSave. “Both involve kids being ACTIVE participants.”

Fifth-graders at select Houston ISD schools will get paid several hundred dollars this year for passing math tests — and their parents will earn