Week in Review- February 14th

Explosion at Power Station Causes Blackout to Parts of Puerto Rico— An explosion and fire at a power station in Puerto Rico caused blackouts on Feb. 11, sending parts of San Juan, Trujillo Alto, Guaynabo, Caguas, Carolina and Juncos into darkness. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz confirmed that no injuries were sustained during the […]

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Larry Nassar to Spend Rest of Life in Prison— On Wednesday Jan. 24, Larry Nassar, 54, plead guilty to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan, receiving 175 years in prison. Nassar was a doctor of osteopathic medicine as well as a trainer for USA Gymnastics, and an assistant professor at Michigan State […]

Week in Review: January 24, 2018

  School Shooting in Kentucky Leaves Two Dead, 17 Wounded —A 15-year-old male student entered Marshall County High School in western Kentucky on Tuesday morning, armed with a handgun. He opened fire, killing two students and wounding seventeen others. A 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl were the victims that passed away. Of the injured, two […]

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  California  Mudslides  Claim  20  Lives, Destroy Homes—  Mudslides swept through Santa Barbara County, Calif. the morning of Jan.9,  killing  20  people  in  the  town  of  Montecito. Residents had little to no warning before the mudslides  swept  through  the  area–  many residents were unable to flee. Santa Barbara County was left vulnerable to mudslides after […]

The Election in Review

Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States. He officially claimed the presidency last night after an extremely close election that defied early predictions of an easy win by his opponent, Hillary Clinton. His win comes on the back of a hugely contentious election cycle. Trump and Clinton, the Democratic nominee, were […]

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TRUMP EARNS ENOUGH DELEGATES TO SECURE NOMINATION— Following a CNN delegate count on Thursday, May 26, Donald Trump has now officially reached the necessary 1,237 delegates to secure the Republican nomination. Though he is not the official nominee yet, this landmark in his campaign throws all concerns out the window of the convention being contested. […]

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Former SeaTac city Manager Motives Questioned— In a report released by the Seattle Times, former SeaTac City Manager James Payne asked the staff geographic information systems coordinator to create a map that specified the location of Sunni and Shiite Muslim residents that lived in the greater Seattle area. Payne explained that the motive behind this […]

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Michael Bennett Won’t Hold Out— Michael Bennett told 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Brock and Salk” show on Tuesday that he will be reporting to training camp. Speculation swirled that Bennett, who has made it known that he is unhappy with his contract, would potentially hold out unless he got a new deal. “Why wouldn’t I be […]

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