Looking to start a conversation with kids about safe alcohol use? The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers the following tips as part of their "Talk. They Hear You." campaign:
At Vapor-Riffic in Conway, things look a little different from when the store first opened in early 2014. Each tiny bottle of the liquid nicotine mixture called e-liquid, used to refill personal vaporizers, now has a childproof cap attached.
It's just before 11 p.m. when neighbors come out to investigate the noise. On Donaghey Drive in North Little Rock, teenagers are flinging dozens of rolls of toilet paper through the sky, the ragged paper hooking leaves and limbs before plummeting to the ground.