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‘Slenderman’ Responsible for Stabbings

Amanda Smith

June 5, 2014


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On Saturday, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin, identified as Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier,  were arrested on charges  of attempted first-degree murder for luring a fellow classmate into the woods, where they allegedly held her down and stabbed her 19 times. According to court documents,...

eavy Flooding in Balkans with Added Danger of Hidden Landmines

Austin DiLullo

June 4, 2014


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There is a Historic flooding in the Balkans, a region in Europe.  The flooding that has followed has so far sent tens of thousands of people scrambling to higher ground, in order to survive.  Due to the vast flooding, concerns have sparked that hidden landmines, from the bosnian war, in the Balkans...

Ambush of Ukrainian Soldiers

Austin DiLullo

June 4, 2014


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Blood is spilled in Ukraine. 6 ukrainian armed forces were killed on Tuesday, May 13th.  From what was gathered, the soldiers were believed to have been killed in a terrorist attack. The incident took place near the village Oktyabrski, located  in the Slovyansk region, which is 20 kilometers from Kramatorsk....

FDA Approves Bionic Arm

FDA Approves Bionic Arm

Jamie King

May 19, 2014


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After eight years of research and testing, the FDA has approved the DEKA arm, a prosthetic controlled by signals in the brain. Created by the inventor of the Segway, the bionic arm was inspired by Star Wars. What separates this from other prosthetics on the market is that it is capable of much more...

Casey Kasem Went Missing

Tiffany Terlizzi

May 16, 2014


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Radio icon Casey Kasem disappeared from his nursing home a couple days ago.   Casey Kasem hosted a radio music countdown for decades until he retired in 2009. He was also popular for the voice of Shaggy in the cartoon “Scooby-Doo” and announcer for NBC.  Now 82, Kasem is currently suffer...

Heavy Flooding in South and Northeast United States

Austin DiLullo

May 16, 2014


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On Wednesday, April 20th, the Northeast and Southern regions of the United States were visited by a chaotic storm.  It was a slow moving storm systems that brought heavy rain to the Northeast, deadly tornados in the Great Plains region and the Deep South,  and flooding from the Gulf Coast of the US t...

Bob Hoskins, Legendary British actor, Passes away at 71

Chris Garino

May 13, 2014


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Whenever Hollywood loses one of its many icons, it is a great tragedy; this year in particular. Between Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Mickey Rooney, it has been a very unfortunate year for Hollywood. Sadly, now Bob Hoskins, acclaimed for his roles in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, as well as The Cotton Club, has...

Texas Calls Its Execution the Process: The Golden Standard

Isabel Gomez

May 13, 2014


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A topic that is extremely controversial in today’s society is the death penalty. Two weeks ago, a man in Oklahoma was executed using a three part drug that was supposed to shut down different parts of the body. It left a convicted murder writhing and moaning before he died of cardiac arrest. This type of...

Cell Phone Search Debate Continues

Jamie King

May 8, 2014


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In the era of smartphones, the Supreme Court recently heard two cases that could change what it means to perform an “unreasonable search and seizure”. Smartphones carry so much information that the court is trying to decide if it is fair game to use them to gain evidence. Many of the justices...

Teacher’s Rally

Tiffany Terlizzi

May 6, 2014


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  Teachers stand outside the school in attempt to make a statement about their nonexistent contract.   On April 2, 2014, teachers of Mendham and Central stood out on the hills near the field and in the gravel lot near the f-wing. Signs were held, music was played, and talks were read. The issu...

Pennsylvania Slasher

Isabel Gomez

May 1, 2014


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On April 9th, 2014, a Pennsylvania teen rampaged through his high school with two kitchen knives, about 8 to 10 inches long, stabbing anyone that got in his way. It began around 7:15 am and the situation under control by 7:40 pm when the vice principal tackled the teen and the fire alarm was pulled i...

Troubling Tragedy in Korea Gains National Attention

Nicholas Cise

April 30, 2014


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Carrying over 476 passengers, a South Korean Ferry ship sank on April 16th, 2014 and has claimed the lives of more than 200 passengers. Even with the devastating number of confirmed deaths, unfortunately, the death toll continues to rise as diving teams work relentlessly to recover the remains of...

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