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California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

  GRACE CARR, Reporter California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra appealed a judge’s ruling on assisted suicide in an effort to make physician-assisted suicide legal once more in The Golden State. The AG’s appeal comes after Judge Daniel Ottolia ruled May 15 that California’s lawmakers had not passed the measure properly, thus overturning a Californian’s right […]

Anti-Gun Professor Found Guilty In Vandalism Case Involving NRA Lobbyist’s Home

Anti-Gun Professor Found Guilty In Vandalism Case Involving NRA Lobbyist’s Home

 STEPHANIE HAMILL An Alexandria General District Court judge found a Nebraska professor guilty of one count of an act of vandalism at the home of NRA Chief Lobbyist Chris Cox in Alexandria, Va. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor Patricia Wonch Hill, who pleaded not guilty, must pay a thousand-dollar fine and was ordered to stay 500 […]

Now We Know Who Asked Prince Charles To Walk Meghan Markle Down The Aisle

Now We Know Who Asked Prince Charles To Walk Meghan Markle Down The Aisle

KATIE JERKOVICH, Entertainment Reporter Kensington Palace announced Friday that Prince Charles will walk Meghan Markle down the aisle after her father was unable to attend following major heart surgery. According to Vanity Fair, it was not the Queen or Prince Harry who asked his father to walk his bride at the royal wedding Saturday, but Markle herself. (RELATED: […]

Shots Fired At Santa Fe High School, Suspect In Custody

Shots Fired At Santa Fe High School, Suspect In Custody

HENRY RODGERS, Political Reporter A high school in Santa Fe, Texas, is on lockdown due to an active shooter on campus; there are multiple fatalities reported. Authorities were reportedly called to Santa Fe High School after right after 8 a.m. Friday morning, ABC13 Houston reported. One suspect has been taken into custody and another has been […]

4-Year-Old Boy Attacked TWICE By Pit Bull In Winn-Dixie Parking Lot

4-Year-Old Boy Attacked TWICE By Pit Bull In Winn-Dixie Parking Lot

 By SCOTT GREER, Deputy Editor A four-year-old boy is recovering from his severe injuries after he was viciously attacked by a pit bull at a Winn-Dixie parking lot in southwest Florida last week. The boy was walking with his parents through the grocery store parking lot when a pit bull popped out from between cars […]

Federal Judge Smacks Down California City’s Plan To Block Coal Exports

Federal Judge Smacks Down California City’s Plan To Block Coal Exports

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter A federal judge struck down a ban Oakland placed on energy companies’ attempts to use the city’s ports to transport coal to overseas markets. The 2014 ban violates a development agreement, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria said Tuesday in a court ruling activists called unfortunate. The dispute hinged on whether an agreement between […]

DEBATE: Can Women Coach in Men’s Pro Sports? [VIDEO]

DEBATE: Can Women Coach in Men’s Pro Sports? [VIDEO]

By  David Hookstead | Reporter Can women coach professional male athletes? That’s the question that Jena and I recently sat down to discuss, because it’s all the rage these days — thanks to Becky Hammon. The WNBA legend and current San Antonio Spurs assistant interviewed for the Milwaukee Bucks job, and has a better than average shot […]

FOX Has Officially Decided to Bring Back ‘Last Man Standing’

FOX Has Officially Decided to Bring Back ‘Last Man Standing’

By Jena Greene | Reporter Fox has made its final decision. Tim Allen’s hit sitcom, “Last Man Standing” will make a rousing comeback, this time on a different network. (RELATED: FOX CONSIDERS REVIVING ‘LAST MAN STANDING’ AFTER CONSERVATIVE BACKLASH) The previous six-season primetime show was abruptly cancelled for no apparent reason by ABC executives last year, which […]

Clemson Star Football Payer Postpones NFL | Now He’s A Substitute Teacher

Clemson Star Football Payer Postpones NFL | Now He’s A Substitute Teacher

By Mike Brest | Contributor Clemson Tigers defensive lineman Christian Wilkins, who chose not to enter the NFL Draft and instead to return to school for his senior year, started a new job to make some extra money — being a substitute teacher. Wilkins could have entered last month’s NFL Draft and many believed he may have been a first-round pick. […]

Trump Is Following Through On His Pledge To Lower Drug Prices. Here’s The Plan

Trump Is Following Through On His Pledge To Lower Drug Prices. Here’s The Plan

   By STEVE BIRR, Vice Reporter The Trump administration released its blueprint for lowering skyrocketing prescription drug prices Friday, a strategy that has already saved patients nearly $9 billion. President Donald Trump, along with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, outlined their four-pronged approach to making medications more affordable during an afternoon press conference. Their […]

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