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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of FCC, Reverses Third Circuit Decision

Brizeyda Monterroso April 8, 2021

Washington, DC (April 1, 2021) – In the case Federal Communications Commission v. Prometheus Radio Project, the United States Supreme Court issued an order to reverse a Third Circuit Court of Appeals’...

Houston Food Bank mobile delivery provides relief.

Texas Freeze Affects Food Banks Weeks Later

Food Banks suffer from limited produce weeks after recent Texas freeze.
Jdron Davis, Student March 29, 2021

     As if the ongoing pandemic hasn’t already been a detrimental occurrence leaving millions to suffer through unprecedented circumstances, the recent winter storm in Texas wreaked havoc upon even...

Biden and the Border Crisis

Can the Biden Administration Gain Control of the Border?
Chonte Crewsaw, Student March 28, 2021

1933 miles stretching from the pacific ocean to the tip of southern Texas; this is the distance of the border that connects the United States and Mexico.  A close eye has been kept on this section of...

Woman faces jail time over spending $3.3 million in CARES Act money

Woman faces jail time over spending $3.3 million in CARES Act money

Dalila Juarez, Staff March 24, 2021

A woman named LaDonna Wiggins who is 37 years-old, is facing up to 30 years in prison for falsifying bank statements and spending approximately $3.3 million dollars in CARES Act money on lavish items such...

Biden Administrations answer to Student Loan Forgiveness

Chonte Crewsaw, Student March 22, 2021

It is graduation day, and you are finally happy to be done with high school education and move on to that next stage of education.  First year college students are going to pay between $10,900 and $35,650...

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A Principle’s Thoughts on the COVID-19 Vaccine and Pandemic Silver Lining

Brizeyda Monterroso March 21, 2021

On March 2, 2021, the acting secretary of the Department of the Health and Human Services, Norris Cochran, issued a directive requiring all COVID-19 vaccine providers who are administering the vaccine...

The Effect and Aftermath of Uri

Tiona Clark , Student March 8, 2021

On the week of February 8th, 2021, local news warned Texans of a potential storm brushing through several states. Texans were urged to stock essentials such as water and canned goods as well as prepare...

Historic High In Houston Crime

Lauren Rogulski, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

HOUSTON, TX - 2020 was a year of constant, unprecedented events. We collectively watched grisly news stories pour in from across the country and around the world. Even our own great city, Houston, was...

Shoppers say that the H-E-B grocery store in Leander, Tex., allowed them to leave without paying after the power went out Tuesday. (Deb Hennessy)

H-E-B hands out free groceries after losing power.

Dalila Juarez March 3, 2021

Texas's grocery store, H-E-B, was open during the ice storm that caused millions of homes without power and low pressure water. People drove to their local grocery store to gather food and supplies in...

Executive Order: Wear a Mask, if You Want

Executive Order: Wear a Mask, if You Want

Brizeyda Monterroso March 3, 2021

On March 2, 2021, Governor Greg Abbot issued Executive Order No. GA-34 in reference to reopening Texas amidst the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. The order rescinded previous executive orders mandating...

Gridlock To Safety (Beirut Explosion)

Gridlock To Safety (Beirut Explosion)

Malek Chaar March 2, 2021

  Over the years, there have been many man-made catastrophes that occurred around the world that have hurt, killed, or injured many people. When we speak of such catastrophes, stuff like war,...

In this Nov. 18, 2020 file photo, paraprofessional Jessica Wein helps Josh Nazzaro answer questions from his teacher while attending class virtually from his home in Wharton, N.J. Parents of schoolchildren learning from home shouldn't necessarily count on reclaiming the dining room table any time soon. After seeing two academic years thrown off course by the pandemic, school leaders around the country are planning for the possibility of more distance learning next fall at the start of yet another school year. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

Schools plan for potential of remote learning into the fall

Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press February 8, 2021

Parents of schoolchildren learning from home shouldn't necessarily count on reclaiming the dining room table any time soon. After seeing two academic years thrown off course by the pandemic, school...

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