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Poway Synagogue Shooting

Poway Synagogue Shooting

Jacqueline C., Reporter

May 22, 2019

eOn Satuday, April 28th, an act of terror and not terrorism took place. In Poway, California, there was a deadly shooting at a local synagogue. Jewish worshippers and bystanders were simply gathering for the last day of Passover when the tragedy struck. Police have identified the shooter as nineteen-year-ol...

Is Yellowstone Volcano About to Erupt?

Is Yellowstone Volcano About to Erupt?

Amrit R., Reporter

May 8, 2019

The Yellowstone Supervolcano and the park, in general, has been a tourist favorite to visit, but the tours that lead up to the volcano are currently closed due to 127 earthquakes that hit the volcano two weeks ago causing many fissures within the volcano. The biggest concern with the fissures is the 100ft ...

A Goodbye to the Department of Homeland Security Secretary

A Goodbye to the Department of Homeland Security Secretary

Jonathan Y., Reporter

May 6, 2019

Terrorism has been on the rise since the tragic attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11. Luckily for the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security actively works to stop terrorism. The Department of Homeland Security helps control the borders so that no suspicious actions happen and protects the citizen...

The Mueller Report

Thomas W., Reporter

April 24, 2019

After the 2016 election, many speculated the election was interfered by Russian government officials. After many thought Russia interfered with the election, former FBI director Robert Mueller was named as special counsel to investigate any interference the Russians would have caused. After a two years,...

GMO Salmon Coming to Stores

GMO Salmon Coming to Stores

Darrius H., Reporter

April 11, 2019

In 2015, GMO salmon was declared safe by the Food and Drug Administration. During this time, Congress was figuring out how genetically modified foods would be organized. As a result, the FDA halted the import of GMO fish until labeling issues were solved. However, last year, the USDA proclaimed that ...

Tesla’s Model Y

Ocie M., Reporter

April 11, 2019

On March 15, Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, unveiled the Tesla Model Y, which is expected to start production in late 2020.  With new factories, new features, and even autopilot, Tesla is growing bigger than anyone would have expected it to. How good is this new crossover car, and what does it include? ...

Largest Cocaine Bust in 25 years

Largest Cocaine Bust  in 25 years

Elio A., Reporter

April 8, 2019

On March 11th, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) discovered crates that claim to hold “dried fruit” from Colombia. Instead, they found 3,200 pounds of Colombian Cocaine. The drugs in total have an estimated value of $77 million dollars worth if sold on the street.  In the port of New York / New...

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...

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