It’s not something we want to think about – but teens do get cancer. Fortunately, it’s rare. But that doesn’t make it any easier for those families fighting the disease. Katerina introduces us to a teen who is striking back – one stroke at a time.
It’s time to launch the annual Drive2Life PSA Contest, from the National Road Safety Foundation. This year’s topic is empowering passengers to speak up about unsafe driving. Alexandra’s report tells you how to enter so you don’t miss this chance to win $2,000 and an amazing experience to turn your idea into an actual PSA that airs right here on Teen Kids News!
Kean tells us about a cool new way to get tools up to astronauts in space. Beam me up, Scotty!
In “Flag Facts” this week, Eric reports on the one-of-a-kind flag of our 17th state: Ohio.
Camille tells us about an ancient Egyptian toothache remedy that you WON’T want to try!
Peter has the stats on the biggest canyon on our planet… and beyond!
Mason shares info about the different traits among dog breeds, including their smarts.
Reese tells us why Europeans feared eating tomatoes that the Spanish brought back from the “new” world.
Ever wonder why emojis are mostly yellow? We did. So we investigated and discovered there really is no reason. Brendan explains.
In this report sponsored by Intel, Ava gets the scoop about AI computers from Digital Lifestyle Expert, Mario Armstrong who talks to us from the big CES show in Las Vegas.