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What we should see we look at Gabby Petito

Chattanooga, Tenn. (mocsnews.com) — Recently Gabby Petito, the once missing “van life” blogger, was coined as “America’s Daughter”, which has brought awareness to how frequent women face Domestic Abuse in intimate relationships.  Petito disappeared while on a cross-country van trip with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie and was reported missing on …

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Domestic Abuse in College Relationships

By Grace James             CHATTANOOGA, TN (mocsnews.com)—With the recent speculations in the Gabby Petito case, discussions on domestic violence among college-aged students are at an all-time high.             Prior to the 22-year-old’s death, domestic violence experts said Petito showed behavior of a victim in the Utah bodycam video taken on …

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9/11 and Our World Today

By Regina Baker The hijacking on Sep. 11, 2001 led to the most catastrophic event America has ever seen. The sabotage of the twin towers left America in despair. After twenty years many Americans are still facing the effects of the bombing on 9/11. The world today will never be …

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California Interstate Wildfire

By Christopher Sullivan CASTAIC, Calif. (mocsnews.com) – California was faced with a large wildfire Saturday evening that broke out near Los Angeles. The fire was pushed through dry brush and across Interstate 5 by 15mph winds. The fire ended up burning nearly 400 acres by the time the Los Angeles …

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California Wildfire Shuts Down Freeway

By Grace James CASTAIC, Calif. (mocsnews.com) — A wildfire broke out Saturday near Castaic, resulting in the California Highway Patrol’s closure of Interstate 5 in both directions, according to officials. The fire, known as the Route Fire, was reported by The U.S. Forest Service shortly before 5 p.m. The Route …

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Critical Race Theory in a divided America

By Stephen Lloyd WASHINGTON D.C. (mocsnews.com) – Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been around since the 1970s and has recently entered the political spotlight in 2020 with the former president, Donald Trump’s Executive Order 13950 titled, “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping”. Which has since been revoked by the current president, …

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Could Police Funding Be Used More Effectively?

By Maria Illarramendi CHATTANOOGA , TENN (mocsnews.com) – Recently, with the deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Daunte Wright there has been a lot of speculation on how police funding is being handled. This is widely being considered now because of the recent decision of Minneapolis to disband their …

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