World Kindness Day November 13, 2017

What does it mean to be kind? Is it helping a friend with homework? Offering mom or dad the last cookie? How about participating in a local beach clea

Election Day: I Voted November 11, 2017

November 7th was Election Day in the United States. Although this was an off-year election— meaning it was a year without a presidential election—

Clothing For All: One Company Gets It Done November 11, 2017

Getting dressed for school is probably fairly easy for some people, but it’s not quite as easy for many kids with disabilities. Imagine fastening bu

Run! Run! Run! Catch Me If You Can! November 10, 2017

No one caught Shalane Flanagan—no one even came close! On November 5th, professional runner Shalane Flanagan made history by being the first America

Who’s Driving That Car? November 10, 2017

No one. That’s right, there is no one driving that car because it is an autonomous, or self-driving, car. While a number of companies have been

Can You Walk and Talk? November 3, 2017

If you look at your cell phone while crossing the street in Honolulu, Hawaii, you could be fined. According to Mayor Kirk Caldwell, “Sometimes I

Chinese President Xi Jinping Makes History November 3, 2017

What does it mean to be written into the constitution? Well, in China it means that you have A LOT of power! Very few leaders have been written into C

Astros Win the World Series for Houston November 3, 2017

After Hurricane Harvey ripped through the city of Houston, Texas, with strong winds and buckets of rain two months ago, the people of Houston needed s

News in Pictures: A Win. Winners. A Win? October 26, 2017

A Lone Fighter Peter Lang, the founder of a wildlife preserve called Safari West, stuck it out alone during the recent Santa Rosa fires to protect the