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Deadliest Day in Gaza

May 15, 2018

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On Monday, by the Gaza border, many Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces and hundreds were injured. This is recorded to be the deadliest day since the war in 2014. The international community was called to intervene as...

Uber introduces ‘flying taxis’

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

May 11, 2018

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Uber, the largest ridesharing company, is revolutionizing the way people will travel. They held their second "flying taxis" conference in Los Angeles to release concept images of their helicopter-like taxis so people can fly across...

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano errupts

Marissa Cross, Editor-In-Chief

May 4, 2018

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Volcanic magma has been erupted throughout Hawaii, causing people to have to evacuate out of their homes and communities. The eruption occurred Thursday afternoon, spreading lava throughout Leilani Estates, a small community with...

Meek Mill Released From Prison

Marissa Cross, Editor-In-Chief

April 25, 2018

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Meek Mill is a rapper from Philadelphia, who was arrested for violating his probation on the way to a basketball game. After the arrest Tuesday night the judge released Mill's on an unsecured bail. Back in November Mill's recieved...

National School Walkouts

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

April 22, 2018

Filed under CHHS, News

On Friday, April 20th, thousands of students across the nation participated in a school walkout to demand stricter gun laws. Students also came together on Friday because it marked the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in which...

Southwest Airlines Emergency Landing

Sonia Saeed, Head of News

April 19, 2018

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On Tuesday, the 144 passengers on flight 1380 were heading to Dallas Love Field Airport from LaGuardia Airport in New York and were not ready for what was coming. They had to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International...

Former First Lady Barbara Bush In Declining Health *UPDATED*

Abigail Crites, Writer and Head of Social Media

April 18, 2018

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Barbara Bush, 92, is in “failing health” and reportedly will not seek additional medical treatment. On Good Friday, she was admitted to the Houston Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas for shortness of breath. The form...

Myth or Fact: Is it Illegal to Pick Bluebonnets?

Abigail Crites, Writer

April 12, 2018

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You’ve been told as a kid that picking bluebonnets was against the law and always assumed they were telling the truth but it turns out picking bluebonnets is perfectly legal. Although it is not illegal, these flowers are wildflowers and th...

There is a Walkout Happening on School Grounds. Here are some details about it.

April 12, 2018

Filed under CHHS, News, Spotlight

READ THE FULL STATEMENT HERE - https://twitter.com/CHHS4OURLIVES It has recently come to our attention that there is going to be a school walkout that is going to happen next friday from 11:10 - 11:30 in the morning. This ...

Local Job Fair

Kaylin Dunning, Head of Sports and Photography

April 6, 2018

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KAre you looking to find a summer job or just wanting to earn some extra cash? Look no further because the Community Outreach Center in partnership with the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce and Pathlynks will be hosting the annual...

Tornado Safety

Abigail Crites, Writer and Head of Social Media

April 6, 2018

Filed under CHHS, News

It is the beginning of April which means it’s the beginning of the tornado season here in Texas. The tornado season begins in April and ends roughly around June. There are two types of warnings in regards to tornados: a tornad...

GCISD Special Olympics

Erica DeAngelo

April 4, 2018

Filed under CHHS, News, Spotlight

Today was a bit chilly, but nonetheless a beautiful day for the GCISD annual Special Olympic games! This afternoon,  the GCISD Special Olympic team was eager to participate in their events at Mustang/Panther Stadium. In order to participat...

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