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Woman Takes Selfie with Zoo Jaguar

Woman Takes Selfie with Zoo Jaguar

Mia R., Editor

April 8, 2019

There are certain rules that have to be followed at a zoo. One lady took no notice of one of the most obvious rules: do not climb over the railing guarding the animal exhibits. Well, that’s exactly what she did at Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona. On March 9th, the woman in her 30s climbed over the rai...

Nintendo President Retiring

Nintendo President Retiring

Alyssa W., Reporter

March 19, 2019

On February 21, 2019, the Nintendo of America Twitter account announced, “Nintendo fans, Reggie has a message for all of you. Please take a look.”  When clicked on, the video’s first lines are as follows- “Hi Nintendo fans, Reggie here. By now you may have heard the news- yep, I’m retiring....

CEO of U.S. Gun-Maker Faces Jail Charges

CEO of U.S. Gun-Maker Faces Jail Charges

Amrit R., Reporter

March 18, 2019

Ten years after the company Sig Sauer made a deal to sell “306 million dollars worth of pistols to Columbia’s National Police”. The company’s CEO “Ron Cohen” is facing jail time in Germany for making these sales. German prosecutors accuse Cohen of colluding with Sig’s sister company in G...

Measles Outbreak

Measles Outbreak

Justin Y., Reporter

March 6, 2019

Many cases of measles have been reported throughout the world. Measles is an infectious disease that causes fever or rash on the skin. Due to the large amount of people infected with measles spread across many countries, the demands for vaccines are rising very fast. In some locations, there are only ...

Boy Scouts of America Allows Girls to Join

Boy Scouts of America Allows Girls to Join

Ocie M., Reporter

March 6, 2019

The Boy Scouts of America (or the BSA) has been around for 109 years, but only recently have they allowed girls to join the program.  The program wants to help both boys and girls achieve the rank of Eagle Scout, so more individuals can help America through Scouting skills.  How will this help the Boy Sc...

WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

Elise M., Reporter

March 6, 2019

The Unconditional Surrender statue in Sarasota Florida was vandalized Monday 18, 2019, a day after the male veteran the statue is modeled after, died. The statue, nicknamed the “Kissing Statue” was spray painted with “#MeToo” on the left leg of the nurse. Sarasota officers responded at 12:55 am ...

El Chapo Found Guilty

El Chapo Found Guilty

Jayden F., Reporter

March 5, 2019

El Chapo the infamous Mexican crime lord was convicted on Tuesday after a three month trial in New York City. This conviction exposed how the inner workings of his cartel, that also shipped tons of drugs into the United States and also plagued Mexico with non-stop bloodshed and terrible corruption. The...

Racist Virginia Governor?

Racist Virginia Governor?

Jonathan Y., Reporter

February 20, 2019

On February 1, Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, got announced as one of the two people in the racist photos of his 1984 medical school yearbook. Northam denied the inevitable outcome and refused that he was in the picture in his Saturday afternoon conference. However, he later admits that he was par...

Plane Crashes in Yorba Linda

Plane Crashes in Yorba Linda

Alan H., Reporter

February 20, 2019

A small plane crashed into a home in Southern California on Sunday, February 3, 2019. This unfortunate accident killed 5 people, injured two others, and sprayed debris across the neighborhood. This site became a temporary site of danger and chaos, and many residents have uploaded pictures of the crash ...

Longest Government Shutdown Ever Finally Ends

Longest Government Shutdown Ever Finally Ends

Andrew N., Reporter

February 15, 2019

The Government shutdown has lasted 35 days. Government workers were scrambling to find a temporary job until they can get their paycheck. Recently, Donald Trump signed a bill to reopen the government for three weeks so that government workers can get some money. Getting one hundred dollars a week isn...

Starbucks CEO Running for President

Starbucks CEO Running for President

Jason Mo, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2019

In a 60-minutes interview, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced that he was seriously considering running for president in 2020. He would run as a “centrist independent” that would bring in ideas from both parties despite being a longtime Democrat himself. If Schultz becomes president, h...

Trump’s Hospital Law

Trump’s Hospital Law

Alan H., Reporter

February 15, 2019

As Trump was fighting with Congress and Democrats over the issue of the government shutdown, his administrators implemented a new rule that could change health care for the public. Beginning this month, hospitals must publicly reveal the contents of their master prices lists, or chargemasters, online...

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