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HAZMAT spill in Houston: I-10 Westbound at I-610 The Houston Fire Department is currently taking action with a HAZMAT Spill that occurred today, causing many traffic issues. A "HAZMAT Spill" is also known as a "Hazardous Spill," which is known as any substance that has the potential to cause harm to humans, animals, and the environment as well. The

Australia says yes!

On November 15, 2017, Australia said yes to same-sex marriage, opening the door to LGBTQA+ Australians to marriage equality. With almost 62 percent of registered voters in Australia approving the movement for marriage equality has shown progressive movement for the LGBT community. Despite anti-marriage equality propaganda being spread with Nazi

Power outage in Pearland

It has been informed that on Monday, November 13, 2017, Center Point Energy reported an incident of a power outage in Pearland, Texas. Between 5,700 and 6,000 costumers were without power. A power outage can either be a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power in Pearland. Although there

Breaking New: Metro Bus Crashes Into Home

On 11/12/17, a Houston Metro bus crashed into a residential home late Saturday night. When a car decided to run a stop sign, the bus driver instinctively swerved in order to avoid a head on collision with the suspect in question. This entire situation unfolded in the areas of Old

Puerto Rico faces tremendous power outage

Puerto Rico has recently been struck with a power outage across the island’s capital, San Juan. Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority official Fernando Padilla said a main north-south transmission line failing was the cause of the outage. San Juan has been without power since 11:30 a.m. (9:30 a.m. CT), but PREPA is

Cousins involved in a murder suicide

A Spring, Texas family is currently in mourning today after an apparent murder suicide within the family. This incident took place on an area near spring called Tatton Crest Court, Tuesday night. The neighbors reported that the family involved in the incident recently took in a family member who was having

Astros make history

For the first time in franchise history, the Houston Astros are World Series Champions! The Astros won 4 games to 3, earning the Astros, and Texas, its first World Series title. The Astros defeated the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.   Although the Dodgers hosted Game 7, thousands

Eight killed in terrorist attack in New York

Eight victims were killed in a terrorist attack in New York City on Tuesday afternoon. The suspect, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, drove a pickup truck onto a bicycle path, injuring bike riders and pedestrians in lower Manhattan. Saipov is a 29-year-old man from Uzbekistan who has been in the United States for seven

Astros make history to tie series 1-1

With everything that has been going on in Houston over the past couple of months due to hurricane Harvey, Houston has suffered a great depression. Thanks to the Houston Astros, the city of Houston now have a reason to smile again. In beating the Yankees in Saturday night's Game 7 of the

Ohio woman found stabbed to death inside of home

On Monday night, an Ohio man found his wife stabbed to death inside of their home. Apparently, the couple were not strangers when it came to people breaking into their home and had experienced attempted break ins throughout the year. Despite this, things had escalated further. Melinda Pleskovic, age 49, was taken

Trump refuses aid to Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump today said he may stop providing federal funding to Puerto Rico, claiming that they are responsible for the disasters in the region. The tragedies such as infrastructure damage and the loss of electricity – according to Trump – were all “disaster[s] before [the] hurricane.” Although the United States will

Fires continue to burn in Northern California

At least 13 people killed and more than 20,000 people forced to evacuate since Sunday, October 8, when more than a dozen wildfires raged across Northern California. The largest fires were burning in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties. About 1,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed by the three largest fires in Northern California

Las Vegas Mass Shooting

A 64-year-old man killed 59 people and injured more than 500 people at a Musical Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on Monday, October 2, 2017. He opened fire from his hotel suite at the Mandalay Bay Hotel not too far from the concert grounds. This was the labeled as the most deadliest mass shooting in

National chocolate chip day!

On May 15th, we recognize a morsel of a thing.  It’s National Chocolate Chip Day! Today chocolate chips are used in a variety of baking methods from sweet to savory.  Had Ruth Graves Wakefield never wondered what a few chopped up chunks of chocolate would be like in her baking,

The jacket of the future

Have you ever wanted to look good in a stylish jacket in the heat of the Houston sun or want to charge your phone and tablet any where you go? Well they have created a jacket for just that called the "Back To The Future Jacket". 19393

Penn State’s fatal hazing

  Timothy Piazza, a is young man who was seeking to further his collegiate experience in hopes of joining a fraternity at Penn State was unfortunately cut short by him losing his life due to hazing. His death initially was ruled as an accident. But the grand jury took a closer