If you’re into Chamber Music, who better to get up-close and personal with than the world-famous Emerson String Quartet!? Katarina has this report from the Reform Church in Bronxville, NY, where...
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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...
For years now, bees have been disappearing from their hives. Just why, we're not exactly sure. But what we do know is that it can become a serious problem.
There’s an organization called the Global Co Lab Network that is working to empower teens globally with a focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Cancer is a terrible disease. And while it’s most likely to strike adults – especially older adults... kids do get cancer. Katarina tells us about a program that helps kids fight back.
Jack speaks with wheelchair boxer Lily Brook.
Growing up in the world today can be hard. From social media... to safety in our schools... teens face pressures their parents never did.
Reed explains which episode was nominated and we’ll hear from some of our reporters and anchors. See the members of our team who attended and share in their excitement as Teen Kids News wins!
How one teen came up with an idea to bring kindness to those with a particular need and we learn about an organization that encourages and rewards acts of kindness.
Some parts of the US that have been facing painful droughts suddenly found themselves facing equally painful rainfalls and flooding. Despite this, drought is still a very real concern for the future.
In this special report, co-anchor Lylah goes into the field to report on YoungArts, an organization that helps thousands of creative teens become even more creative.
They’re one of the top predators in the oceans, and yet one of the friendliest sea creatures. Scott gets very up close and personal with dolphins and finds out why they always seem to be smiling.
We meet a teen who’s not letting a devastating injury prevent him from climbing to success - literally. In fact, para climber Braydon Butler has his sights set on the Olympics.
E-Cigarettes. A lot of teens may think they’re an OK alternative to regular cigarettes. But as Benjamin reports, they’re NOT!
In this report, we’re learning about a unique way to showcase different types of fashion.
In our report, Ava tells us about "A Kind of Spark," a groundbreaking TV series about an autistic teen and what makes it so special.
Never in the history of the Grammy's has a youth orchestra ever won one of those coveted gold statuettes. Until recently! Ava talks to two of the winners.
Most of us grew up playing board games, but very few of us ever invented one. Katarina introduces us to two teens who actually did!
Sometimes, too much of a good thing is not a good thing. A case in point is when we try too hard to be perfect.
When it comes to equal pay, are men and women created equal? Chloe reports on one workplace where there is no gender gap – the US Military.
We find out what the top three “green” schools in the country are, according to the Princeton Review.