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Jacksonville Shooting

Hayden See, Reporter

October 1, 2018

Filed under News

In late August, a shooter opened fire at a Madden tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, killing three innocent people. Three people died and 11 were wounded at a Madden Football tournament last month. The shooter opened fire af...

Space Jam 2

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

October 1, 2018

Filed under A&E, News, Weekday Update

Come summer of 2019 LeBron James will be playing Basketball for one of the most iconic teams of all time, and it’s not the LA Lakers. He will be playing alongside famous cartoon character and basketball legend Bug Bunny, on...

Pollution is Causing a Decrease in the Population’s Intelligence

Michaela Broder, Reporter

September 20, 2018

Filed under News

Recently there has been debate on if pollution is decreasing the overall intelligence of the population.   “It is most definitely credible to say pollution could cause this issue. Many people with degrees have researched this ...

Company Sells 3D Printed Guns in Possible Violation of Court Order

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

September 18, 2018

Filed under News

Founder of Defence Distributed, Cody Wilson, has allegedly violated a court order, and began distributing the blueprints for 3D printed guns. This comes after a court in August ordered that he should stop the free distribution of t...

Archbishop Accuses Pope of Covering up Sexual Misconduct in Catholic Church

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

September 18, 2018

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Former Vatican ambassador to the United States, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released a letter claiming that Pope Francis knew former Archbishop Theodore McCarrick of Washington D.C. sexually abused churchgoers. The 11 pa...

Former Police Officer Sentenced to 15 Years

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

September 18, 2018

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A Texas jury sentenced former police officer Roy Oliver to 15 years in prison and was convicted of shooting an unarmed, 15 year old African American. The officer fired into a car of teenagers April 29, 2017, killing Jordan Edward...

Missouri First State to Regulate the Word ‘Meat’

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

September 18, 2018

Filed under News

A bill passed in May, that went into effect in late Augusts, has made Missouri the first state in the US to fully regulate the word meat. The bill states that meat is any edible portion of livestock or poultry carcass or par...

Hurricane Season 2018

Josh Calloni, Reporter

September 18, 2018

Filed under News

It is the middle of September. Hurricane season is here, and the storm activity has already started. Already, a tropical storm hit New Orleans the week of September 2. Then hurricane, Florence, originally a category 4 but ...

SpaceX to the Moon

Zane Keadle, Reporter

September 14, 2018

Filed under News, Tech

While many people have dreamed about setting off on a journey to the moon now it is finally a reality.  With the first private tourist SpaceX flight taking off sometime next week. “I would love to take off for the moon on ...

Nike’s Controversial Ad Campaign

Zane Keadle, Reporter

September 14, 2018

Filed under News, Sports, Weekday Update

Nike has often relied on controversial advertisements to draw in the younger generations.  The most recent occurrence was that of athlete Colin Kaepernick. Nike has promoted his decisions to stand firm in one's beliefs, even if ...

Senior Sunrise

Senior Sunrise

September 14, 2018

Supreme Court and Gambling

Michaela Broder, Reporter

September 4, 2018

Filed under News, Weekday Update

Recently, the supreme court made a ruling which allows people to gamble on sports events, as long as gambling is permitted in the state. This new decision will add an estimated $150 billion to an already $250 billion industry...

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