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Lockdown

On January 17, 2019, a lockdown took place at Mt. Carmel High School. “Attention Mt. Carmel students and staff we are now on lockdown,” Principal Greg Magno said over the intercom. With students relying on one another for the latest news, word spread fast. However, faculty remained informed as the …

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Assembly Bill 485

Currently, in the U.S. 7.6 million dogs and cats reside in shelters and about 1.5 million of those dogs and cats are euthanized each year. To combat these passings and give home to dogs and cats in need, Governor Brown from the state of California has signed the Assembly Bill 485. …

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Teen triple homicide in Tijuana

17 year old Christopher Alexis Gomez, 17 year old Angel Said Robles  and 18 year old Juan Suarez-Ojeda were found in their underwear, tortured, and had been shot in the head in Tijuana on Sunday, Nov. 25. “[The San Diegans] did not live there, but they came to visit family …

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Canada? More like Cannabis.

In the race to become the most affluent nation in the world, Canada has taken the lead with its recent legalization of recreational marijuana. While many Californians believe their laws on weed are a luxury, they might reconsider moving up north after Oct. 17th. While 30 American states have legalized …

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Coyotes attempt to reclaim their home

Coyotes have recently made avid attempts to reclaim the neighborhoods of Carmel Mountain Ranch. In the midst of their efforts, they are threatening the lives of the community’s pets as restitution. According to CBS8, dogs have been targeted since the neighborhood was built. However, in the past few months, the …

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