Springing forward and falling back is tough on everyone, especially kids. We will lose an hour of sleep this Sunday but we're trying to make it a little easier on you by sharing some handy tips and tricks from across the web. While we can't give you more time to snooze, making some simple adjustments to your schedule and habits can make you feel a little less groggy next week.
This winter has been pretty rough in Oklahoma City. Strong winds, icy roads and frigid temperatures have kept us all inside a little too much. With spring still feeling too far away, we've rounded up some of the top ideas from all over the web for curing cabin fever. These indoor games and activities will keep kids of all ages occupied and entertained.
Winter weather is here now and tornado season is just around the corner, which means it's the perfect time to think about weather emergencies and preparedness. The Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension is sharing some tips to help Oklahoma residents be prepared for anything.
Measles has been in the news a lot lately, and although Oklahoma has no reported cases in 2015 the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is urging all Oklahomans to get vaccinated.
The U.S. Census Bureau's annual Families and Living Arrangements report was released this week, revealing interesting new characteristics of the modern American household. The statistics revealed in the report come from the 2014 Current Population Survey's Annual Social and Economic Supplement, which has collected statistics for more than 60 years. The information collected delves into details about how young children are cared for in the home, the marital status of householders and even information about grandparents as primary caregivers.
Oklahoma City offers plenty of opportunities to celebrate love this February.
The flu is now considered widespread in 43 states and hospitalization rates for the illness are climbing according to the latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Children are especially at risk in Oklahoma, where the CDC reports influenza is "widespread" as of the last week of 2014.
When Jean Hendrickson discovered A+ Schools back in 2001, her eyes were opened to a new kind of framework she knew could dramatically change the state of education in Oklahoma.
In many ways, Kelly Caven is like every other mom. She wakes up in the middle of the night with her toddler son, packs a diaper bag before she leaves the house to be ready for anything and never stops thinking about his health and well-being. But for Kelly, these steps could save her son's life.
Cold weather has arrived in Oklahoma City, which is a great time to review fire safety tips. The American Red Cross reports they respond to about 170 home fires a day in the U.S. That's one fire every eight seconds! They provide these tips to prevent home fires: