At this point in the investigation, I think suspicions about stepmom Terri Horman are more than warranted, as the evidence is stacking up in the court of opinion. While she's not an official suspect, she is very much a person of public interest.
I learned how to make organic baby food from scratch, how to clean an air purifier without chemicals and how to tell if a baby had a fever by kissing her forehead.
Like many schools, the Cincinnati Public School District is facing cutbacks. Cuts in bus funding mean that elementary students would have to live over a mile away from their school to ride the bus. In response, Rockdale Academy has introduced the concept of the "walking school bus."
More than 200,000 kids a year are injured on playgrounds. The National Playground Safety Institute has developed a list of 12 "dirty dozen" hazards that parents should look out for.
The family of Kyron Horman has released home videos of the boy, in hopes that it will help the investigation.
Everyone's attacking Provincetown's controversial policy to offer free condoms to elementary school students, but I'm for it.
Kyron Horman's parents speak on "Today" about the search for their son, who disappeared three weeks ago.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that about 37,000 kids and adults go to the emergency room every year because of some sort of lawnmower accident.