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Behavior intervention program seeks to help teens

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Bullying, drug use and even internet related violence are all problems at schools across West Virginia.
 
That is why U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin, Major General James Hoyer and U.S. Marshal John Foster go to schools and speak out about those topics.
 
Tuesday the trio went to Logan where they spoke to middle school and high school students.
 
The school called it a behavior intervention program. Organizers said the goal was to show students how they can live in the most safe and healthiest way possible.