By: Allison Petkoff There is no question that the TV show “Lizzie McGuire” was a prominent TV show for the kids born in the 90’s. We had Lizzie, portrayed by the famous Hilary Duff, her friend Gordo, who remained constant throughout the series, but all true fans remember Miranda, the best friend of the main character. Miranda missed a few of the last episodes and … Continue reading What happened to Miranda from “Lizzie McGuire?”
By: Allison Petkoff A senior prank in Springfield, Ohio, occurred on Friday, May 8, in which four students slashed the tires of 24 school buses. In addition to the slashed tires, the students left behind the messages, “You have been pranked by seniors 2015” and “To have school or to not have school?” Ultimately, the Northwestern Local School District decided that they could not resume … Continue reading Senior prank or Felony?
By: Allison Petkoff Justin Bieber crashed prom last Saturday at one of Los Angeles Unified School District’s schools. Students were thrilled to have Bieber show up unannounced to their prom. The students posted photos and videos all over social media thanking the pop star after the event. The district, however, was not so pleased. Ellen T. Morgan, a representative from the district said, “The school was … Continue reading Justin Bieber Crashes Prom
By: Allison Petkoff The 2015 American Country Awards were held in Arlington, Texas, on April 19. Miranda Lambert took home more awards than any other artist this year. Lambert achieved Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year. Lambert had four total awards. Entertainer of the year, the highest achievement at the American Country Awards, was given to Luke Bryan . In addition to … Continue reading 2015 American Country Awards
By: Allison Petkoff On Wednesday, March 4, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles released that four patients had been infected with an antibiotic-resistant superbug and one had died. The medical center claims that the individual died due to a pre-existing condition and not the microbe. However, two weeks ago, a UCLA hospital encountered seven patients with this bug and two of them died. The disease … Continue reading Superbug Outbreak
By: Allison Petkoff Nina Pham, one of the few diagnosed with Ebola in the US back in October 2014, made a statement on Monday, March 2 that she would sue the Texas hospital that she worked in and was treated at. Pham’s lawyers said that they were accusing Texas Health Presbyterian of lying, using Pham, and not following protocol. The major accusation that Pham and her … Continue reading Ebola survivor sues hospital
By: Allison Petkoff On Tuesday night, February 3, a commuter train in Valhalla, New York, crashed and killed 6 people while injuring at least 12. The train was heading north, traveling from New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. After leaving the terminal, it hit a Mercedes SUV that was sitting on the train intersection. The car had 6 passengers and all of the passengers were … Continue reading New York train crash kills six
By Allison Petkoff An overnight vandalism senior prank left 63 students arrested on May 1 at Teaneck High School in New Jersey. Originally, police had charged 24 students that were over 18 years of age with burglary and criminal mischief. The other 39 students caught in the 2 am prank were charged as juveniles. Recently, the legal adults were downgraded in their charges. They will now … Continue reading High school prank leads to 62 student arrests
by Allison Petkoff
It was announced Tuesday that a Kentucky mailman, William Morse, hid 44,900 pieces of mail in order to make his job a little easier. The mailman hid the mail at a storage place and at his deceased mother’s home. According to USA Today, “He [William Morse] wanted to speed up his route,” reported Capt. Craig Patterson an officer. Morse wanted to speed up his route because he had to pick up his children.
by Allison Petkoff The Virginia Cavaliers beat the Duke Blue Devils on Sunday. The final score was 72-63. This game moves the Cavaliers on in the NCAA tournament. Before this game Duke was ranked number 7 and Virginia was ranked number 6. Because of these ranks the game would appear to be a good competition, but the Cavaliers won by 9 points, which is considered … Continue reading Virginia Beats Duke and Receives ACC Title