parenting

Minneapolis parents can now track their children's school buses

Parents need to provide their children's student ID numbers to sign up.

Judge dismisses charges in female genital mutilation case involving MN girls

He ruled the federal law banning FGM was unconstitutional.

Peterson says he still uses a belt to discipline his son

The former Viking was prosecuted four years ago for hitting his son with a switch.

A Minnesota baby was born at 11:11 on 11/11

The baby girl was born at United and Children's Minnesota in St. Paul.

Parental benefits just got better for General Mills workers

Up to 20 weeks of paid maternity leave is among the changes.

Oliver, Olivia were Minnesota's most popular baby names in 2017

Olivia has been dominating in popularity for a decade now.

Are your teenagers obsessed with Fortnite?

The Battle Royale-style gaming sensation is taking over the world.

These were the top baby names in Minnesota in 2017

And for the first time, officials revealed how it changes when you consider the mother's race and ethnicity.

Minnesota is the second-best state to raise a family, WalletHub says

A new study looks at which states are the best – and the worst – for families.

Meet Slug's new baby boy, 'Ice Tiger'

The Minneapolis rap legend  just welcomed his third son.

Santa's marching into the Mall of America 2 weeks before Thanksgiving

There are actually a few different Saint Nicks at MOA.

Councilor wanted to breastfeed in meetings, so the council banned kids

She called it a 'chilling precedent for parents who seek elected office.'

Pumpkin Nights: Explore 10 'worlds' created with hand-carved pumpkins

One of the displays at the State Fairgrounds' Pumpkin Nights is a nod to Hogwarts' Great Hall.

When should you give your kid their first smartphone?

A new campaign is calling on parents to "Wait Until 8th."

Minnesota mom won't give up lawsuit against her transgender teen

Anmarie Calgaro has filed an appeal after a judge dismissed her case.

Toys that connect to the internet could be spying on kids, FBI warns

Authorities worry about exploitation and identity fraud.

New app keeps kids from going hungry this summer

Hunger Impact Partners hopes it'll eventually be statewide.

New app keeps kids from going hungry this summer

Hunger Impact Partners hopes it'll eventually be statewide.