The number of programs in video game design, development and programming continues to rise at American colleges, universities, art and trade schools across the country.
Calling all “Call of Duty” fanatics. Check out the “Black Ops” contest in Troy this weekend!
The US Supreme Court weighed in this week on violent video games, ruling that states can not stop stores from selling the games to kids.
A Saline man is accused of trying to entice young girls into having sex via video games. Twenty-year-old Robert Lynch hasn’t turned himself in yet.
A new National Sleep Foundation study says Americans aren’t getting enough sleep because they’re not shutting off their phones, laptops and video games early enough.
The study found that obese children tend to have the same habits, such as eating school lunch and spending a great deal of time being sedentary.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed sympathy for a California law that aims to keep children from buying ultra-violent video games in which players maim, kill or sexually assault images of people.
Caller Drew is a video game loser.
A new study suggests that children who spend too many hours watching TV or playing online video games may be harming their ability to focus in school.