Summer jobs have been pretty hard to come by for teenagers over the past few years. Now there’s finally some good news for teens hoping to make some cash during their summer break.
Police say they found a teenager who invaded a home in Ham Lake and robbed a couple at gunpoint thanks to a Craigslist advertisement.
The chairwoman of the Harrisburg school board says she will not step down after police busted a high-school graduation party at her home for underage drinking.
Teen births fell again in the United States in 2010 with the highest rate once more in Mississippi, according to a new government report.
The state Senate is scheduled to consider a bill that would prohibit young drivers from using cell phones.
The Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Office says a group of teens were “hill jumping” in their car prior to a crash that killed three of them last month.
Conditions have improved for one of the two teenagers who survived a crash that killed three others in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin State Troopers are investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed three teenagers and injured two others.
An 11-year-old boy is accused of stabbing a 14-year-old boy several times in a Madison suburb.
It is promoted as the biggest “16-plus” party in the state, but the party turned violent last Saturday night, sending hundreds of teenagers into the streets of downtown Minneapolis.
Are teenagers who spend time on social networking web sites more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and use drugs? A recent Columbia University survey suggests it’s true.
A quarter of all traffic fatalities in Minnesota this year have been the direct results of DISTRACTED DRIVING. Please take a moment to watch this video….and share with your friends and family.
One of the most intriguing stories with video this morning involves a Boston teenager falling from an escalator.
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A mob of teenagers ran into a St. Paul convenience store Saturday night, robbed it and there was nothing the clerk could do.