California Shooting Leaves 12 Dead; Almost A Dozen Injured

          Tragedy struck last week, leaving a dozen dead and almost as many injured as a bar in California became home to the 307th mass shooting in the United States this year.

          The Borderline Bar & Grill was a popular hangout spot for the youth of Thousand Oaks, California. On the night of November 7th it was a special ‘College Night’ event and per usual, customers packed in to dance, watch the game and unwind. Then, terror struck as a man dressed in a black trench coat and glasses suddenly rushed and shot the security guard. Inside, patrons thought that it may have been a sound effect or fireworks, and some people even continued to dance. Continue reading California Shooting Leaves 12 Dead; Almost A Dozen Injured

Jackson is Back in Town

After the massacre Sunday, the Bengals made a few coaching switches as a response to the game. To start off the changes, the defensive coordinator of the Bengals with head coach Marvin Lewis taking over most of the defensive calling capabilities. Read Austin Price’s article for more information on that change. Lastly, a familiar face came back to Cincinnati who should definitely be able to help flip the teams pitiful season back into shape and back into division leaders for the last few games. Continue reading Jackson is Back in Town

Thank you, Next By Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande dropped a new single called “Thank You, Next” on November 3rd 2018. There were some rumors that Ariana was going to drop a new song by the end of 2018 but she lead everyone to believe that was happening in late December. Well that was not true. The 25 year old just released a new album on August 17th 2018, so you can imagine how surprised everyone one was when she made yet another song. Her album sweetener was and still is very popular. If you want to read more about her latest album here is a link about that,

https://wolvesweekly.com/2018/09/12/ariana-grande-sweetener-album-review/

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California Wildfires

The 2018 California wildfire season has been the one of the most destructive on record

Search teams picked through the aftermath of the Camp Fire, named after Camp Creek Road where the fire initially started, in the town of Paradise, California with cadaver dogs. 9,000 firefighters continue in their efforts to contain the fire. Their expectations are grim as they expect the death toll to rise further.

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What is juuling?

It’s 2018 and there is a new epidemic going on around the United States. You have probably heard of it or

have maybe even used one, juuling. The term juuling usually refers to this recreational use. Many students

bring their juul to school because of their sleek design and resemblance to a USB drive, juul products are

easy for students to conceal and use in schools, maybe even sometimes while the class is going on.

The product is made for and legally available to only adults 18 and older. However in many cases, the

media has reported that these devices are being used by kids and teenagers mainly to look “cool”. The

juul itself can be used unless you have a thing called a pod. A pod is what you put into the juul to get the

nicotine and puffs. Each pod has about 200 puffs, which has the same amount of nicotine as an entire

pack of cigarettes.

A juul is basically an e cigarette, but researchers don’t really know how bad juuls can affect someone’s life.

Dr. Michael Ong  says that “ There likely would be health risks associated with it, though they’re not going

to be the same as a traditional cigarette. So I have to say it, it is not cool to juul especially in school.

Defy Media Ceases Operations

If you are a regular Youtube watcher, or somewhat familiar with popular networks like Clevver or Smosh, then you are probably aware of their sudden halt on all media and productions. Last Wednesday, many entertainers from the channels announced that their parent company informed them of a full shut down without notice, effective immediately. This comes with shock and confusion for the millions of subscribers, as well as over 100 employees and content providers. While there are no definitive reasons for the mass layoff, some of most popular members of the companies have spoken out on their point of view. Continue reading Defy Media Ceases Operations

Stan Lee’s Death

Stan Lee Found Dead at Age 95

Stan Lee, who died in Los Angeles on Monday at 95. From a cluttered office on Madison Avenue in Manhattan in the 1960s, he helped conjure a lineup of many fictional heroes that has come to define much of popular culture in the early 21st century.Superhero of Marvel Comics which he has left a huge mark on our generation, and many other.  has created many marvel characters. Think of the character Spider-Man the blockbuster movie,and Broadway spectacle. Think of  the character Iron Man, Think of Black Panther the that shattered big screen racial barriers. And that is to say nothing of the Hulk, the X-Men, Thor and other film and television Marvel Characters  that have stirred the popular imagination and made many people very rich. Continue reading Stan Lee’s Death

Jeff Sessions Fired After “Disloyalty” to the Administration

On the afternoon of Wednesday November 7th, President Trump once again rearranged and substituted the office of attorney general by forcing Jeff Sessions out. He replaced him with a new, more loyal member of the administration, as Sessions was known for speaking out against Trump for the Russian probe investigation involving the 2016 election. The event is seen as negative due to the fact the resignation came from the request of Mr. Trump and Sessions was quoted with saying this exactly “Dear Mr. President, at your request I am submitting my resignation,” and added that “Most importantly, in my time as attorney general we have restored and upheld the rule of law”. The standing attorney general for the time remaining will be Matthew G. Whitaker, Session’s chief of staff. Continue reading Jeff Sessions Fired After “Disloyalty” to the Administration