Is Derek ready?

As the mom of a 13-year-old boy, I take every opportunity to talk about difficult subjects with him. Since our kids were 6 and 7 years old, we have talked about body parts and sexuality. […]

View more

Dawne Gee: Why I fight for kids with cancer

As a news anchor in Louisville, I meet many people. One of those was Brooke Pardue, mother of a 4-year-old fighting rhabdomyosarcoma. His name was Sammy. His beautiful eyes and lips seemed to stand out […]

View more

6 tips to ensure you enjoy Thunder

More than 300,000 spectators are expected to jam the Louisville and Indiana waterfronts on Saturday to officially kick off the Kentucky Derby Festival. To make the most of your family’s Thunder Over Louisville experience, here […]

View more

Power Foods – Frozen Yogurt Pops

Eating yogurt and other cultured dairy products (fermented with “good” bacteria) regularly may decrease the risk for urinary tract infections by up to 80 percent. When selecting yogurt for your child, it is important to […]

View more

From butterflies to heartbreak and the space between

Young love can be exciting, terrifying, gleeful and miserable — and that’s just for the parents! Coping with your teen’s love connection means helping them navigate through a vulnerable, confusing and emotionally charged time. Louise […]

View more

Guns and kids don’t mix

It happens thousands of times a year: A child gets a hold of a gun and shoots him or herself, or someone else. The latest incident happened in Indianapolis this week when a 2-year-old boy […]

View more

Going all the way with your sex talk

It’s no secret that children today are often exposed to adult language, images and behaviors before they are developmentally prepared to handle them. As children see and hear these at a younger age, parents need […]

View more

Deadly consequences on a warm Louisville day

It’s not quite summer, but the mercury doesn’t have to be through the roof for a child to die of heat stroke in a car. The latest incident: 2-year-old Layontae Swain, found in a van […]

View more

Family adopts to save baby with cancer

Hal and Shelly White have always taught their four children to be loving and Christian-minded, sharing their kind hearts with members of their community, church and school. One Sunday in 2009, the White family attended […]

View more

A volunteer’s heart

Sister Ann Elizabeth Molony devoted her life to service. Between 1992 and 2012, she volunteered more than 22,000 hours rocking babies at Norton Children’s Hospital. After Sister Ann passed away in 2015, Tonya Anderson, R.N., […]

View more

You blew the game, good job (seriously)!

I’ve always loved sports but wasn’t very good at them growing up. Playing on losing teams, being among the last to be picked and keeping the bench warm were pretty much the norm. When the […]

View more

New start with a new heart

At age 8, Scharnese Cook was very active. She ran track at school and was involved in various activities. In May 2015, she began to have trouble breathing. At first, it appeared to be a […]

View more

Search our entire site.