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Lonzo Ball’s “Not-So-Warm” Welcome

Lonzo Ball’s “Not-So-Warm” Welcome

The Los Angeles Lakers played their season opener, Oct. 19, 2017. The main star of the game was Lonzo Ball, who made his NBA debut that same night. The Lakers faced off against their close rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers. Ball has been the most hyped, and highly anticipated player in recent years. The Chino Hills […]

89-Year-Old Fats Domino Passes Away

89-Year-Old Fats Domino Passes Away

One of rock and roll’s greats has passed away at his daughter’s home in New Orleans. Fats Domino was 89 years old. NPR News reports that he died on Oct. 24, 2017, according to a family friend.  The chief investigator for the Jefferson Parish Coroner’s office, Mark Bone confirmed that Domino died of natural causes. The […]

Collins Volleyball Team Is on a Roll

Collins Volleyball Team Is on a Roll

The Collins Lady Warriors volleyball team won their Monday night game against Christ the King College Prep High School. The Lady Warriors won three sets to their opponent’s two. The results have their fans saying that they may even go on to the regionals. During the game, the referee continued to call what seemed to […]

NBA’s Long Awaited Season Finally Returns [Video]

NBA’s Long Awaited Season Finally Returns [Video]

Oct. 17, 2017, was the birth of a new NBA season. New teams, players, rivalries, and gameplay styles were formed during the summer. Carmelo Anthony was traded from the New York Knicks to Oklahoma City Thunder, as well as Paul George of the Indiana Pacers. Fans also saw a more grown up and mature Kyrie […]

Amazon to Announce Prime Location in 2018

Amazon to Announce Prime Location in 2018

Cities in North America are poised to lure Amazon after hearing their plans to build its second headquarters in September 2017. They can also employ 50,000 people at this new site. After $7 billion dollars in potential tax credits were extended by the state of New Jersey, more offers began to rise. For instance, Kansas City, Missouri’s […]