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Texas is Open

Catherine Sampson

May 18, 2020

On April 27, Governor Abbott announced the plan to reopen Texas. He is planning on continuing in phases of reopening. “Texans are battling a colossal challenge,” Gov. Abbot said, “an invisible enemy that has tested our...

Online Student Workload

Catherine Sampson

May 18, 2020

Due to the recent closure of schools across the nation because of Coronavirus, districts have moved the classroom online. This includes learning the material, assignments, and assessments. No, students are ultimately teaching...

Cycling Popularized Amid Coronavirus

Alexa Ward, Reporter

May 15, 2020

Cycling Popularized Amid Coronavirus By Alexa Ward Edited by: Madisen Tucker Since the coronavirus shut down the nation, bike riding across America has become popular. “I’ve been in this industry 15 years and nothing...

Unemployment Rates Spike to Record High

Madisen Tucker, Reporter

May 13, 2020

The Coronavirus has decimated the U.S. employment rate and with it, the economy. In April, the unemployment rate spiked to 14.7%. This is the highest unemployment rates have been since The Great Depression. A staggering 20.5...

Anti-Quarantine Protests

Alexa Ward

May 12, 2020

Across the country, anti-quarantine protests have rioted capitol buildings. Survey polls suggest that majority of Americans are fine with their local stay-at-home orders, yet still across America, there have been activists...

Celebrities Donate to COVID-19 Relief

Alexa Ward

May 12, 2020

In trying times like these with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, it is critical that everybody capable of helping do their part, whether that means making masks, donating to hospitals or just self-isolating. Several...

Police Officer Killed in Helicopter Crash

Madisen Tucker, Reporter

May 11, 2020

Jason Knox, an officer for the Houston Police Department, was killed in a helicopter crash. In the 17000 block of Imperial Valley near Benmar in Greenspoint by Greens Bayou two officers were responding to a report of possible...

Murder Hornets Make First Appearance in the U.S.

Fatima Khan, Reporter

May 8, 2020

For the first time ever, Asian giant hornets (Vespa mandarinia), more widely known as “murder hornets,” have been spotted in the U.S., specifically in Washington State. At around 2 inches long, these are the world’s largest ...

Mask Mandate Sparks Controversy

Madisen Tucker, Reporter

May 1, 2020

Harris County Judge, Lina Hidalgo, is requiring that everyone in the county wear a mask in public. This order was placed into effect on Monday, April 27 and it applies to everyone over the age of 10. The order will be in...

Gov. Abbott’s plans to reopen Texas

Alexa Ward, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has plans to reopen the Texas economy amid the coronavirus pandemic as early as May. This plan will include the reopenings of businesses such as  hair salons, and gyms, restaurants and bars. Gov....

Make America Be Able to Afford Spending Again

Damaris Sanchez, Editor

April 27, 2020

$2 trillion-dollar stimulus package approved in order to restore the economy after Coronavirus pandemic brings it to a halt. The pandemic delivered a detrimental blow towards the economy. As a solution, President Trump and...

Phase One

Damaris Sanchez, Editor

April 27, 2020

President Trump has stated that he wants to lift isolation orders in parts throughout the country. This past Sunday, the US had a total of 755,000 infections as a result of the virus. According to the Center for Systems...

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