Fifteen-year-old Annie Brown started Project Kindness OK as a way to bring the community together through kindness.
The Edmond Animal Shelter reported in early June they’re over their dog capacity by more than 300 percent and the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter reported being at capacity this month, as well.
Oklahoma City Public School students grades K-6 can prevent summer slide and earn prizes!
Sunbeam Family Services and the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) are looking to select the third Oklahoma Kid Governor.
The OKC Zoo is now only one of 12 zoos and aquariums certified “sensory inclusive” in the nation.
One high school senior has the chance to share his or her journey to college with the public through blogs and videos and receive $5,529 for higher education in the process.
Here is a list of nine Independence Day reads recommended by Piedmont librarian and mom Michelle Ferguson.
We asked local experts to weigh in on their top questions to ask a potential sitter.
Amidst changes, Dolores’ resilience, work ethic and absolute joy in being a mom are just as palpable as they were seven years ago, and she continues to serve special needs children both in the classroom and at home.
MetroFamily Magazine and Girl Scouts have teamed up to host the second annual Geekapalooza: A STEAM Festival for Kids (girls and boys).