Updated: 10:49 PM Deshelle doesn’t have a favorite subject in school, but she does know one thing in her career choice; she want to be a judge.
Updated: 10:50 PM These 2 brothers and sister are each other’s only family. They are more than ready to have a forever mom and dad to fill the gaps.
Updated: 10:50 PM Samantha has been in foster care for just a year but has already been transferred to two different homes.
Updated: 11:05 PM Michelle will be a seventh grader this year and looks forward to running track.
Updated: 10:44 PM The three brothers and two sisters are looking for a forever home with a loving family that will make sure they're never separated again.
Updated: 10:50 PM Eleven-year-old Barry loves science and is competitive in sports.
Updated: 10:49 PM Although moving between the many foster homes has been tough for this fifth grader, Josh is energetic, happy and a even little sassy.
Updated: 10:52 PM Brothers Joe and Josh want to grow up together in their own forever family.
Updated: 10:48 PM Thirteen-year-old Savanah gets straight A's in school and is very active after class, participating on the track team and the cheerleading squad.
Updated: 10:55 PM Naija is a 14-year-old freshman in high school with big aspirations and an even bigger heart.
Updated: 10:45 PM There are hundreds of kids in Kansas who have started the school year without the one thing they need the most, a family. One of those children is a shy 9-year-old named Justin.
Posted: 10:57 PM There are many children in Kansas who are spending the summer without the stability they deserve.
Posted: 10:57 PM Hundreds of children in Kansas are starting off their summer without one essential thing: a family.
Updated: 9:22 PM Thousands of kids in Kansas would like nothing more than to have a "forever family" by summer. One of them is 10-year-old Drew.
Updated: 11:23 PM She's a fun, intelligent 11-year-old who just wants one thing. A family she can call her own.
Updated: 2:25 AM We didn't need to tell these two little girls twice to start tumbling. Once in the Skywalkers Trampoline and Tumbling center in east Wichita, they wanted to do everything on every pad and trampoline.
Updated: 6:34 PM Hundreds of kids in Kansas are starting the new year off without a family. In this edition of Susan’s Kids, we want 2011 to be the year five of those children find a forever home.
Posted: 11:20 PM There are hundreds of Kansas kids who have started the school year without one very important thing, a family.
Posted: 11:03 PM Little Shalynn had been to the arcade a few times in her life. But, she’s already racking up the tickets. It’s enough to put a smile on her face, but not enough to make her talk much. The 8-year-old is very shy, but sweet.
Posted: 11:27 PM Lane and Dakota couldn’t wait to get on the machines. They are exercising machines with energy that filled the room.
Posted: 11:12 PM There are hundreds of kids in Kansas who are starting off their summer without the most important thing for summer vacation – a family. 10-year-old Zach wants to go to college and have a career. But, if he’s still in the system when he turns 18, he knows those plans will never be.
Posted: 11:41 PM Both Tabitha and Jordan are a little too mature to show excitement. But, feeding the giraffes may be something to talk about to the kids at school.
Updated: 9:49 PM Many families got together over the Easter weekend. But, hundreds of Kansas kids couldn’t do that because they don’t have a family.
Updated: 1:24 AM There are hundreds of children in Kansas who will spend the holidays without a family.