Across the country, teens have been using technology as a new way to connect with old subjects. When the last school year started, St. Paul experimented with putting netbooks in the hands of high school students.
Leanne Suter was doing a live update on severe weather when two teenage boys shot at her with a BB gun, hitting her in the hand. She is fine, the teenage boys however may not […]
Police say two teen brothers are under arrest for crashing their parents’ pickup truck into a Milwaukee Police Department building.
The summer unemployment rate for Minnesota teenagers is expected to remain high.
In a gripping interview this morning, the mothers of the teen girls who followed through on a suicide pact appeared and talked about how they’re handling the tragedy. Check out the video.
Two young women are facing charges for allegedly kicking and punching a victim in a Baltimore area McDonald’s.
Grief counselors will be available for students at Marshall Middle School throughout the week as students cope with the loss of two students.
You heard Michele Talk to the Creator, Galia Slayen on Monday afternoon on WCCO Radio!
Hundreds of teens attending the Big Bash dance Friday night at the Radisson Hotel ran for cover after supposedly hearing gun shots on the University of Minnesota campus.
A new study saying social networking sites are leading to depression in pre-teens and teens, gives parents another reason to limit their kid’s time on the computer.
Most of the people who fell ill in a mass drug overdose that left one person dead have been released from hospitals, authorities said Friday.
A Vikings video on YouTube has gotten almost 11,000 hits since it was posted last week.
Madison police arrested a 35-year-old woman over the weekend for allegedly driving a vanload of teens to a home to fight other teens.
A new study finds that teens who send upwards of 120 texts a day are more likely to have sex and use alcohol or drugs.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says teens in the state’s northwest and southern corners aren’t buckling up as much as their peers in other parts of the state.