On Labor Day weekend, around 300 teenagers threw a party at a vacant farmhouse in Stephentown, New York. They trashed the residence, stole property and caused an estimated $20,000 in damage, all the while posting pictures and comments on various social media. Incredibly, this is not what the teens' parents are upset about.
Being a teenager is a perilous time in one's life as a not-quite fully developed brain will cause the teen to make all kinds of questionable decisions.
Now thanks to a new phenomenon called sleep-texting, the teenager can even make these bad decisions while they are catching z's.
The Louisiana Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC) is now accepting applications for membership from high school students who have an interest in representing the voices of other young people around the state. LYAC is a yearly-appointed body composed entirely of students that addresses issues affecting the youth of Louisiana...
We've all heard the stories about stressed-out parents drugging their unruly toddlers with a dose of Benadryl so that they can get some shut-eye, but this is certainly a new twist. On December 28, a 16 year-old girl and her 15-year-old friend from Northern California decided to buy her parents two milkshakes from a local fast-food joint and crush prescription sleeping pills in them so that they ca
Springtown (Texas) High School sophomore Taylor Santos had a difficult decision to make after her teacher determined that she allowed a classmate to copy her work: she could either serve two days of in-school suspension, or get paddled.
We do not know anyone that believes it would be cool to eventually grow up to have heart disease, lung cancer or emphysema.
Yet, a new study suggests that popular students are smoking more cigarettes than those less popular, putting the the "cool kids" at a higher risk for developing health problems.
Earlier this year, Maine teenager Julia Bluhm launched a petition asking Seventeen magazine to stop using photo manipulation tools like Photoshop on pictures of its models. And now the publication has vowed to “show real girls as they really are.”
April Spielman wanted her boyfriend's first trip to Disneyland to be amazing, so she spent hours working on Tinkerbell and Peter Pan costumes to wear on the day of the visit.
When they tried to get into Animal Kingdom at Disneyland, officials told her that she could not enter with her costume.
Lafayette City Police Corporal Paul Mouton says missing Lafayette teenager Madison Bourque has been found.
The 14 year-old is reportedly safe and Lafayette Police report that she is in the process of being returned to her family.