By Alan Donoso
Chargers, Raiders, Rams File for Relocation to LA: Details, Comments, Reaction
How much money they going to spend to make three stadium in LA?
Are they really going to spend $550 Million for one team?
6.3 earthquake in Afghanistan
In December 25 of 2015 a earthquake hit in Afghanistan. 30 people were injured by 6.3 earthquake. It took place in northwest Afghanistan where house are made of mud. People that lived in that area were farmers. The earthquake was 125 miles deep.
Was this the most powerful earthquake that happen in Afghanistan?
Russell Westbrook Hands out Shoes and Backpacks to 65 Homeless Children in OKC
Feds raid drug 'super tunnel' with railway on U.S.-Mexico border
Smugglers on the U.S. and Mexico Border have been moving drugs in underground tunnel with railway. This tunnel was made in 2006 but in October 24 of 2015 they find out there was a tunnel built. The tunnel stretches the length of eight football fields, It was built inside a Tijuana warehouse to a San Diego warehouse, that had a rail system, lighting, and electricity. They cross 12 tons of marijuana with a street value of $6 million dollars from Tijuana Mexico to Sad Diego California. They arrested 22 people that work in those warehouses.
Was there someone that told y'all about this tunnel?
What are y'all gonna do with this tunnel?
Kids allowed sips of alcohol are more likely to drink in high school
The Journal of studies on Alcohol and Drugs, founded that children who sipped alcohol by the sixth grade have about five times more likely to have a full drink by the time they were in high school and four times likely to get drunk. Twenty-six percent of the kids who sipped alcohol said they had a full drink by the ninth grade. Nine percent said that they gotten drunk. Some issues that could encourage problem drinking is how much their parents drink, a history of alcoholism in their family, or having a risk-taking personality. "I think the most important things is to make sure that children know when drinking alcohol is acceptable and when it is not", said Jackson, a research associate professor at Brown University's Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies.
Is it okay to let high school students to drink?
Why would their parent drink in front of them?