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Idaho teen accused of shooting BB gun at man

SANDPOINT — A Sandpoint teen has been arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault after police say he shot an Airsoft pellet gun at a Sandpoint city worker.

Watching for teen dating abuse

Ah, Valentine’s Day! A day dedicated to love, romance and chocolates surely brightens up the middle of winter. Unfortunately, for 3 out of every 10 teens, a more relevant thing …

Driver flees scene in single-car rollover

The driver fled the scene Wednesday night in a single-car accident south of Kettle Falls in which two teenaged boys were injured.

Front Porch: Mom, guitar gently weep as teens LOL

More than 20 years ago, for reasons now unclear, I decided to have a baby. Derek and I had been married three years, and I guess it seemed natural to …

Hypertension and kids

Va’Sean Duvall is a skinny 17-year-old who stays busy with an after-school job, choir rehearsals and school drama productions. On the surface, he doesn’t fit the mold of someone – …

Teenagers delay getting jobs

Kathy Belisle wants her 16-year-old and 17-year-old to develop a work ethic and earn their own spending money. But when she looked at the activities penciled into the family’s calendar, …

Armed with library card, Glock

This story first appeared Thursday in the Post Falls/Rathdrum edition of Your Voice.

Teen Crashes Descrease; Still Top Killer Laws Limiting Driving Privileges Credited For Fewer Fatalities

Fatal car crashes involving teen drivers dropped 24 percent in the past eight years, and the government gives some of the credit to laws that limit their driving privileges while …