A parent/teacher and a family therapist discuss whether kids these days are more ill-tempered than previous generations, and how to fight that "flush of heat" and embarrassment when a child acts rudely in public. Therapist Robin Kirk shares tips for improving a child's behavior.
Claudia Buck and Ed FletcherThe Sacramento Bee
Are kids really brattier than ever?
Discovery Park will open on Saturday for Memorial Day weekend
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Patients get royal treatment for Shriners Hospital's first annual prom
Angeline Varasala and son experience first prom at Shriners Hospital
Dramatic photos bring Sacramento couple's Everest wedding to life
Forced to marry at 15: 'I was essentially his prisoner'
West Sacramento parents welcome scale-tipping newborn
Tiny Tots playground closure sign stirs quick action from councilmember Steve Hansen
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After being flooded for months, Discovery Park will open its gates Saturday for Memorial Day weekend, Sacramento County Regional Parks announced Wednesday. The 302-acre park closed in January during winter storms as heavy rains and high releases from Folsom Lake left it underwater. The popular summer destination sits at the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers.
James Sissom and Ashley Schmieder were married on March 16, 2017 at Mount Everest Base Camp. The couple from Sacramento is said to be the first to be wed in a gown and tuxedo there. Adventure photographer Charleton Churchill documented their journey.
At age 15, Sara was required to marry a man 13 years older than her by a religious cult. She visited the California Capitol on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, and spoke in support of SB 273 by Sen. Jerry Hill, which requires more rigorous judicial screening of under-18 brides and grooms. Sara testified at the hearing on the bill, but was identified only by her first name publicly because she feared reprisals from the religious cult.
Kelly Corsetti talks about her delivery of her 13-pound, 11-ounce baby Valentino, who was born Friday morning. Sutter Davis officials say he is likely the hospital's heaviest baby and falls above the 99th percentile for birth weight.
The City of Sacramento took down the signs restricting public access to tot lot playgrounds Tuesday, only a day after they were installed. After continuous calls from outraged parents, the city ultimately removed the signs and put original signs back in place.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town.
Rudy Garcia and Julie Alvarado Rosenfeld answered out call to readers to submit pictures of flowers blooming around the region after this winter's record rains, as spring approaches. Garcia shot his flowers in his Elk Grove yard, while Rosenfeld took her rose picture at Renaissance Ridge Alpacas. Amy Chance submitted photos taken at WPA Rock Garden in Land Park.