Child Safety

Read: 2 School Bus Drivers Charged with DUIs in N.D. and N.J.

2 School Bus Drivers Charged with DUIs in N.D. and N.J.

A North Dakota bus driver has been charged with drinking and driving while a New Jersey bus driver crashed following an overdose.

Read: Kingdom Prep Headmaster Arrested on Suspicion of Child Molestation

Kingdom Prep Headmaster Arrested on Suspicion of Child Molestation

Read: 1 Student Dead, 1 Injured in Texas Bus-Train Collision

1 Student Dead, 1 Injured in Texas Bus-Train Collision

It appears that there were no arms or flashing lights at the intersection, causing a bus and a train to collide and killing a young boy.

Read: Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Every day, an average of three youths between the ages of 10 and 19 die by firearm-related suicide, according to the study.

Read: Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

The accused father allegedly tried to pick his son up from the Texas elementary school without permission and was arrested by police.

Read: Study: Marijuana Can Affect Teen Brains, No Matter the Amount

Study: Marijuana Can Affect Teen Brains, No Matter the Amount

The study shows evidence of structural brain and cognitive effects with just one or two instances of cannabis use in adolescence.

Read: Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

A new study from researchers in Florida found that child abuse rises on Saturdays following report cards getting sent home on Fridays.

Read: Praised NY Doctor May Have Abused Over 1,000 Victims

Praised NY Doctor May Have Abused Over 1,000 Victims

Reginald Archibald, a revered doctor, likely sexually abused more than 1,000 of his child patients at Rockefeller University Hospital.

Read: Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

There are no background check requirements for summer camp employees in 18 U.S. states and eight don’t require licenses for overnight camps.

Read: More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More than 293,000 children have been diagnosed for some type of mental illness in a pediatric emergency room from 2012 to 2016.

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