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  • Mysterious odor in Midtown sickens dozens of school girls

    HOUSTON – A mysterious odor at the Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy near Midtown made dozens of students sick Thursday. “A little bit before 10:30 a.m., some of students and staff started smelling an unusual odor,” said HISD Spokesperson Tracy Clemons. “Some of our students reported feeling ill, and we evacuated the building as a precaution.” Students started to panic after seeing their friends faint. “I saw a girl pass out,” said one student. “I was freaking out.” “Some of […]

  • Twitter threat triggers school lockdown in southeast Houston

    HOUSTON – KIPP Sunnyside High School is the latest school to go on lockdown following a string of online threats and arrests in the area. The Houston Police department informed the community that a student discovered a threatening message on Twitter, Tuesday morning and told their mom, who notified the school. The school was placed on lockdown for three hours during the investigation. “Obviously, in today’s environment, we take these very seriously,” said Capt. William McPherson, “We move very slowly […]

  • Parkland shooting survivor Maddy Wilford released from hospital

    PARKLAND, FL – After nearly two weeks of darkness, mourning and sadness in Parkland, sunshine and a rainbow welcomed teachers back to school for their first day of work since the shooting. Students will head back to class on Wednesday. Even more positive vibes flowed through Florida when Maddy Wilford, a student who survived multiple gunshot wounds, spoke out from the hospital. “I’d just like to say that I’m so grateful to be here, and it wouldn’t be possible without […]

  • Florida legislature votes against debating assault weapons

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida state House on Tuesday voted down a motion to consider a bill that would ban assault rifles and large capacity magazines as dozens of students and staff who survived last week’s school shooting headed to the state Capitol to turn their grief into political action. The motion failed by a 36-71 vote. Stoneman Douglas students in the gallery of the Capitol during the vote appeared stunned. It’s a disappointing start, but these students are not […]

  • Outrage erupts on social media after Boston police honors White man for Black History Month

    BOSTON, MA – Black History Month is a time to celebrate the extraordinary contributions of African-Americans. So, you can probably imagine the uproar on Twitter after the Boston Police Department paid tribute to Celtics legend Red Auerbach. Sure, Auerbach did some admirable things. He was the first NBA coach to draft a black player in 1950, and hired the league’s first African-American head coach, Bill Russell, in 1966. But, he’s white. Mayor Marty Walsh weighed in, calling the tweet “completely […]

  • ‘Mean girls’ allegedly trick classmate, exposes her to pineapple

    BUTLER, PA – We all know that a high school cafeteria can be a gauntlet of bullies and straight-up mean girls. What happened at a school in Butler, Pennsylvania goes far beyond your typical name-calling. Three girls are facing charges for an alleged food attack on an allergy victim. A 14-year-old student has a severe allergy to pineapple and can go into anaphylactic shock if exposed to it. Everyone in the school was aware, and pineapple isn’t even allowed on […]

  • Stormy Daniels embarks on make America horny again tour

    GREENVILLE, SC – While President Donald Trump is doing all he can to “Make America Great Again,” the porn star he allegedly had an affair with back in 2006 will be doing her part for the country as well. Stormy Daniels cashed in on the controversy by launching her “Make America Horny Again” tour over the weekend in Greenville, South Carolina. Of course, this comes on the heels of Stormy’s nationally publicized alleged affair with Trump before he became president. […]

  • Texas has the power and Hawaii’s porn usage spikes following missile threat

    HOUSTON—It’s so cold that the Lone Star State broke a new winter record for power usage. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas – ERCOT – at one point between 7 a.m. and 8am Wednesday, the state used 65,731 megawatts of power – more than 4 percent higher than the previous wintry record set during a cold snap earlier this month. No need to worry, though. Despite the high demand, ERCOT says the state’s power supply is keeping up. […]

  • Good job, Houston! Mayor Turner praises efforts to get homeless people into warming centers

    HOUSTON — Although it was another day of lounging around the house for many Houston resident, the city was slowly getting back to normal Wednesday. During a city council meeting, Mayor Sylvester Tuner praised local law enforcement for their efforts in getting the homeless off the cold streets and into warming centers. “As a result of you all’s effort, we had over 500 that came off the street, and into shelters, so let me thank you,” Turner said. Houston Police Chief […]