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‘Sexting’ Growing More Popular but Doesn’t Lead to Riskier Behavior in Teens

More teens are sexting—that is, passing around explicit photos and texts on their phones—but that doesn't mean they're engaging in other, riskier activities too.

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Amigos De Cristo and VISTA Hosting Program to Help Teen Parents in Sedalia [INTERVIEW]

The recurrence of teen parenting is something that's become a reality all over the world, and it's happened here in Sedalia too. These young people can often feel scared, alone, intimidated and lost when faced with the reality of being a young parent. The Amigos De Cristo and VISTA are working to help these young people through the process.

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David Mooneyham
David Mooneyham (Foristell Police)

Police Pull Over 13-Year-Old Driving for Drunk Dad in St. Louis Suburb

FORISTELL, Mo. (AP) — Police in a St. Louis suburb who pulled over a swerving pickup truck say they found a 13-year-old driving because his dad was intoxicated.

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KATU

Facebook Friends Turn Out in Droves to Support Bullied Teen

This is the exact opposite of bullying.

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Teen Thieves Indentify Themselves in Photo Booth Pics
Anne Arundel County Police

Dumb Teens Steal Credit Card, Take Photo Booth Pics With It

A group of teens in Maryland accused of credit card theft have been identified thanks to incriminating photo booth pics they took of themselves holding the card. Oh well. No one ever said you had to be smart to commit fraud.

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Left to Right: Abigail Best, Averie Michael McDonough and Vincent Lewis Russell

Teens Arrested After Property Damage Spree and Burglary in Clinton

Several teens were arrested on Monday afternoon after a series or property damage reports and at least one burglary in the southern part of Clinton, Mo. over last weekend. At least 13 incidents occurred that involved spray painting graphic images and epitaphs on vehicles in The Shadow Hills neighborhood.  One of the vehicles was a marked police unit parked at the home of a K-9 Officer.  Eggs had also been thrown in several of the incidents.  The burglary occurred in the Shadow Hills neighborhood and involved entering a garage attached to a home where the occupants were asleep inside.

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ladytaz, Flickr

Have Diabetes Rates Among Teens Really Tripled?

Health experts have been buzzing this week after a new study seemed to show a dramatic rise in the number of teenagers who have diabetes or are at risk for developing it. But are the research findings really cause for alarm?

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Wayne Wilson, Getty Images

New Study Reveals Teens Are Smoking Less

There is some good news being reported about the state of young people in America.

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‘It Gets Better’ Creator Dan Savage Sparks Uproar From Christian Teens

Dan Savage, known for creating the anti-bullying series ‘It Gets Better,’ sparked a controversy with a speech he gave recently at a high school journalism conference. While discussing the Bible, he reportedly so offended the Christian teens in attendance that many of them simply walked out.

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