Ava takes us on a tour of a US Naval Ship stationed in Jacksonville, FL. The ship is not only one of the fastest and most lethal ships the Navy has, but its historical namesake is also very special. Find out why it’s called “The Sullivans.”

In “Art Smart” Emily tells us about an artist who started her career in her late 70s and still painted for more than 20 years – Grandma Moses.

Although roads were built for cars, they’re also shared by people walking, biking or riding on scooters. And that’s the subject of this next video from the National Road Safety Foundation.

In “What’s in a Name” Veronique explains that sometimes names of locations are accidentally confusing but sometimes they are intentionally misleading – and that brings us to how Greenland got is name.

For weeks now we’ve been telling you that this is a very important season for Teen Kids News. We’ve now been on the air for 20 years. Over that time, 9 teens have sat in this anchor chair. Today, we look back with Christin.

We call them “Rising Stars.” Teens who have the talent and the craving to make it in the very tough world of entertainment. This week, we introduce you to a singer with a passion for our country’s favorite cultural icon – the American Cowboy. Oh, and she is an accomplished yodeler – Phoebe White!

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