Getting a pet is a “first” that most kids remember. Often times, what a kid expects when getting a pet is far from the reality.
The Cook County High School Envirothon Team just took second place at the regional Envirothon competition.
Take a listen to this week's "Name That Sound," a new feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show this summer!
What makes the town of Kinney, Minnesota so famous? Joey's Random Fact this week highlights an interesting part of this town's turbulent past.
The Cook County Track Team is off to great spring season.
Sometimes, just sometimes, words don't do justice. In this short poem, youth producer Michaela Peterson tells a story that reflects these rare moments.
Tourists, boyfriends, throat aches. All of these things have left Kaylee Cronberg simply stressed.
In the last hour of the school day, youth producer Emily Terrill's thoughts float out of the window, over the trees, across the roads, to home.
The dark can evoke a lot of different emotions, and for youth producer Cecilia Schnobrich, the darkness of 2:00 A.M.
In this short piece, youth producer Cailan Carpenter sends warm thoughts to her little brother in a short poem.
In this short poem, youth commentator Abby Sutton shares the dark, terrifying imagery inside her nightmares.
WTIP’s inviting all students in 9th through 12th grades who might be interested in taking part in its Youth Radio Project to come to the station on Saturday, December 3rd starting at 6:00 p.m.
WTIP invites all students in 9th through 12th grades to take part in its Youth Radio Project. Interested in media? Technology? Music? Entertainment? This is the place for you!
Problems. We all have problems. But when troubles become more than you can handle, what do you do? Run away? Disappear into the woods? How about camping atop of a radio tower?
An estimated 200,000 text messages are sent every second around the world. How many of those text messages are sent by kids sitting in schools?
Now that August is upon us, many kids get excited for the upcoming school year.
Mini-golf may appear easy, but it’s not. Sterling Anderson and Shawn Neuwirth of the Youth Radio Project spent an afternoon at the local mini-golf course.
Moving to a new town can be hard, but it was even harder for Sterling Anderson.
Internet access is a hot topic in Cook County. Shawn Neuwirth of the Youth Radio Project throws proverbial fuel on the fire with this commentary on dial-up Internet access.
WTIP created the exciting Behind the Work series to highlight interesting careers in the Cook County area. The Youth Radio Project has continued this endeavor by focusing on student employment.
While Shawn Neuwirth may be the latest to join the Youth Radio Project, he'll be the first to give thanks for the experience. Listen as Shawn describes working with his classmates, teacher, and
While many Cook County residents embrace the isolation and privacy of the region's wild country, local teenagers sometime struggle with it. Audrey Summers of the Youth Radio Project discusses he
While WTIP often features local residents whose creative and interesting careers are documented for the Behind the Work series, Youth Radio Project junior Sterling Anderson wondered, "What about
When summer in Cook County begins, many local businesses employ international students to help with the rush of visiting tourists. Youth Radio Project sophomore Owen Hoglund was curious to find
Summer requires a balance between work and play. Youth Radio Project junior Sterling Anderson knows the importance of this lesson. For him, summer not only means freedom, it also means hav
Do your children hang out with kids older than they are? This common occurrence often concerns parents. But what if kids are just trying to find friends with common interests?