There are a lot of distractions and temptations for kids these days--Gangs, drugs, alcohol. For parents it's a full time job making sure our kids don't get into trouble.
The city is trying to make sure kids have good healthy alternative to those negative temptations. It's called the "N-factor". Megan Osinski and Mercy Goddard talks with 23News about its impact on their fellow teens.
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