The teen birth rates in Texas fell by some 24-percent over the last five years, but the Lone Star State still has the highest number of teen births in the nation, with nearly 43,000 in 2011.
From the company that brought you the not-for-the bashful “push-up triangle” swimsuit top, retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is once again catching heat. The latest controversy surrounds their sizing policy for women.
As the summer break approaches, many teens will begin looking for work. But finding a job can be tricky.
A 17-year-old and 15-year-old face charges of arson and criminal mischief related to three structure fires that occurred on March 24 at unfinished home construction sites.
Three Tulsa teenagers have been arrested and charged with gunning down an Arlington man early Saturday morning.
North Texas doctors and sleep experts said that more and more teens are in search of sleeping pills. But one expert recommends that they shut off all of the electronics.
Two Grapevine teenagers were found dead on Saturday morning after ingesting illegal narcotics throughout the previous evening, according to Grapevine Police.
The 15-year-old Byron Nelson High School student accused of giving his girlfriend brownies laced with marijuana this week is now facing even more serious charges. Trophy Club Police Commander Lee Delk says testing showed the brownies also had LSD in them.
An incident involving two North Texas high school students’ ends with one hospitalized, after eating a pot-laced brownie, and the other in custody.
Parents have done their homework and they are pushing for a school start time after 8 a.m. They’ve started a petition and will be meeting with district officials on Thursday.
A petition drive is urging the Arlington Independent School District to push back the high school start time. Some parent’s think the 7:35 a.m. start time is too early for their children.
Family and friends remembered the lives of two teenagers who died in a plane crash one week ago.