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School Shooting at Highland High School

By: Jillian Jamaleddin This morning, May 11, there was a student shot in the arm at Highland High School in Palmdale, California. The student’s arm was the only injury and is currently stable. The victim is expected to make a full recovery. The shooting took place at around 7:05 a.m. The LA County Sheriff’s Department Read More

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Local Business Goes Up In Flames

By Blair Clark   C K Enterprise, a manufacturer of chemicals and detergents, caught on fire early this morning. It was said that a spark most likely ignited a 1,000 gallon tank causing the fire. Although the fire was contained to the outside of the building, firefighters have stated that the flames did damage some of Read More

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STUCO Gives Back Once Again

By Gracie Snook   Recently the LSN Student Council team (STUCO) held a book drive for the students of the Center School District. They also required each member to bring one brand new toy to donate to the Hope House for their kids this holiday season. This was their way of giving back to the community and Read More

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Horse Drawn Carriage Crashes, Raises Animal Rights Speculation

By Danielle Zammar   Three were injured this past Saturday night when a horse carrying a carriage on the Country Club Plaza became frightened and ran into oncoming traffic and a wall. The argument for/against horse-drawn carriages is carried on by animal-rights advocates who have said the horses suffer on the job amid noisy vehicles, are Read More

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A Man, a Vehicle, a Knife, and Ten Hospitalized Victims

By Savannah Henslee    At Ohio State University ten people were hospitalized after a student named Abdul Razak Ali Artan ran into pedestrians on a street corner.  After running the vehicle into the pedestrians he got out of the car and started attacking people with a butcher knife. A federal law enforcement official said that Read More

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Donald Trump Chooses Two Members for Trump Administration

By Zoey Barnes   President-Elect Donald Trump has officially chosen two members for his administration before inauguration in January. Mr. Reince Priebus, former chairman of the Republican National Convention (RNC), has been instated as Mr. Trump’s Chief of Staff. Mr. Trump’s Strategist, however, will been Stephen Bannon.   Mr. Priebus has held the chairman for the RNC Read More

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New MacBook 2016 Pro Launched

By Rebekah Panek    Yesterday the new MacBook Pro 2016 was launched. Many people own an Apple product, whether it is an iPhone, iPod, iPad, or some kind of Apple computer.   Lukas Parrish, sophomore, talks about why it is usually good thing Apple comes out with new products very often.   “It depends on the generation. Sometimes Read More

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Sunday Rampage on the Block

By Jocelyn Padilla   Sunday morning, four men went on a rampage, destroying cars and holding a victim at gunpoint. Police report that the cars were destroyed on 5200 block of N.W. 82nd Terrace in Kansas City around 2 o’clock Sunday morning.   The cars were written on with magic markers, paint was poured all over them, Read More

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First Secondary School in Missouri is Nationally Recognized

By Jillian Jamaleddin   Summit Technology Academy (STA) has recently been nationally recognized by the Partnership for 21st Century Learning. STA partners with the University of Missouri as an off-campus school for high school students to have hands-on experiences.   “It’s a lot harder I would say than a regular class, but I think it’s definitely beneficial Read More

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Suspect Arrested in New York and New Jersey Bombings

By Jack Langle       Saturday, two bombings occurred in the New York area. One in New York and the other in Seaside Park, New Jersey. The bombings led to fear spreading across not just the two states, but across the whole country. Some feared that the bombings were connected to a whole network chain Read More

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