For many of us, Halloween kicks off a very busy holiday season. It is one of the most fun-filled nights of the year, especially for kids. But is also one of the most dangerous: so we wanted to focus on keep your family safe, not only for this one night, but also in your daily routine.

Trick or Treat Tips:

One of the scariest parts of Halloween is not the haunted house, but kids trick-or-treating in the dark with costumes that are hard to see at night. Kids are twice as likely to get hit by a car on Halloween than any other night of the year. Get more trick-or-treating safety tips here.

Answers to your car seat questions

Car seats can be hard to figure out. What is the best seat to use based on your child's age? How do you install it? Where should you place the seat in the car? We've compiled resources to help you get the answers to all of your car seat questions.

A dentist's guide to Halloween: teeth-friendly candies to keep

Halloween, a kid's favorite holiday and dentist's worst nightmare. We spoke with a dentist to help sort through 'dental-friendly' candies.

Meet Oyoty: Your child's online safety companion

The web can be a scary place for parents, but the solution is not always parental control. A new app takes a more educational approach to help kids navigate social media and privacy by themselves.

Tips for babyproofing your home

Dr. Elizabeth Meade, a Pediatrician at Swedish Hospital in Seattle, recently spent time with KING 5 discussing babyproofing tips for parents.