Opioid Crisis Friday: .A Vancouver teen died after a fentanyl overdose at school, but the district didn’t tell parents or police what happened.

KGW used public records and conversations with the student’s family to piece together what happened in a high school bathroom, and why it wasn’t shared by Evan Watson On May 3, 2022, just after 8 a.m., a staff member at Hudson’s Bay High School in Vancouver, Wash. called 911. “I need an ambulance immediately, I’veContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: .A Vancouver teen died after a fentanyl overdose at school, but the district didn’t tell parents or police what happened.”

Travel Thursdays: 12 Exciting Ohio Day Trips, One For Each Month Of The Year

by April Dray When it comes to the Buckeye State, there’s much to see and do. The best day trips in Ohio are diverse, as the state is so vast, so it can be hard to pick the perfect trip to take. If you can relate to this, you might want to consider visiting aContinue reading “Travel Thursdays: 12 Exciting Ohio Day Trips, One For Each Month Of The Year”

Twitter threatened with EU sanctions over journalists’ ban

By Max Matza & Simon Read BBC News The EU has threatened Twitter owner Elon Musk with sanctions after several journalists covering the company had their accounts abruptly suspended. Reporters for the New York Times, CNN and the Washington Post were among those locked out of their accounts. EU commissioner Vera Jourova said the EU’sContinue reading “Twitter threatened with EU sanctions over journalists’ ban”

Mental Health Mondays: 5 Things to Do When the Holidays Aren’t Exactly Uplifting

1. Say “No” If You Feel Overwhelmed. There are only so many functions you can attend (or host), especially if you are busy with your day-to-day obligations and have limited time off. Trying to be too many places or get your house looking pristine for company can make get-togethers that are supposed to be enjoyableContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 5 Things to Do When the Holidays Aren’t Exactly Uplifting”

True Crime Sundays: The man accused of killing a teen’s family after ‘catfishing’ her was hired by a Virginia sheriff’s office earlier this month. Here’s what we know

By Aya Elamroussi, Amanda Watts and Tina Burnside, CNN Roughly 10 days after a former Virginia state trooper was hired by a sheriff’s office in that state, he traveled to Southern California and allegedly killed the family of a teenager he had catfished online, officials said. Austin Lee Edwards, 28, died in a shootout with authorities Friday,Continue reading “True Crime Sundays: The man accused of killing a teen’s family after ‘catfishing’ her was hired by a Virginia sheriff’s office earlier this month. Here’s what we know”

7 Most Common Reasons People Struggle With Depression After Getting Married

Life is an adventure. We handle bad scenarios, depression, guilt, and anxiety differently. By Jacob Maslow Marriage is supposed to be your day to shine in the sun — the happiest day of your life. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always end up that way, and too often, it’s easy to get mired in the depth of depressionContinue reading “7 Most Common Reasons People Struggle With Depression After Getting Married”

Opioid Crisis Friday: Woman Sold Fentanyl-Laced Drugs To Teen Who Died From Overdose During Class

by John Nightbridge A juvenile overdosed during class at Mitchell High School in Colorado Springs, and was found to have consumed an illegal drug in the bathroom that morning. She was taken to the hospital for treatment but was pronounced dead due to fatal exposure to fentanyl. Investigators spoke with two teen witnesses who saidContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Woman Sold Fentanyl-Laced Drugs To Teen Who Died From Overdose During Class”

7 subtle behaviors that are screwing up your relationships

by Alex Mathers Decades of clumsily spoiling my relationships, combined with an unhealthy obsession into human behaviour and attraction-dynamics has compelled me to write this for you love-birds. Let’s get down and dirty: Your obsession with ‘compatibility.’ One of the oft-cited reasons for many public divorces is ‘irreconcilable differences.’ Though I don’t think it meansContinue reading “7 subtle behaviors that are screwing up your relationships”

Mental Health Mondays: Message of the Day.

I have learned that spending time with positive people, will turn you into a positive person. If you hang out with negative people, you will find yourself leaning towards being a negative person.  The best thing that you can do is remove the negative people from your life. Yes, I understand that you do areContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Message of the Day.”

True Crime Sundays: Idaho student murders: Ex-FBI investigator reveals chilling theory as students return to classes.

by Cami Mondeaux, Breaking News Reporter The quadruple murder of students that occurred at the University of Idaho earlier this month may have been a targeted attack caused by someone in the group’s “orbit,” according to a former FBI investigator. Police have reported a significant increase in the number of welfare check requests that have been submitted in the two weeks followingContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: Idaho student murders: Ex-FBI investigator reveals chilling theory as students return to classes.”