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Eye Witness News, February 14, 2021.

Houston Winter Storm

Daniela De Nóbrega, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

As announced on Friday, Humble ISD buildings will be closed on Monday 15th due to the winter storm approaching the Houston area. Many people may think of the South as a relatively warm-weather paradise...

A sign promoting social distancing seen at Turner Stadium.

Humble ISD Expands COVID-19 Testing Options

Emily Moore January 4, 2021

As 2021 begins, Humble ISD is expanding COVID-19 testing options for students and staff. There are two options of testing, and all testing is optional.  The two types of tests are rapid antigen and...

Overcast of 2020: What is happening in the White House? (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

A History of Controversial Elections in the United States

Jacob Shaw, Sports Editor November 25, 2020

Falling in line with what one might expect from this year, 2020’s Presidential election will be talked about for years to come.  I want to look back at some of the most controversial elections in the...

Photo Credits: CBS News

Biden Wins Election Week 2020

Farhan Ahsan, Assistant Opinions Editor November 8, 2020

The American people have spoken. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are now the President-Elect and Vice President-Elect. When all the votes are counted, it is very likely that they will have 306 Electoral Votes–...

Map Credits: 270toWin
Note from the author: This article was written late into Election Night and will be updated as new information is released. The high volume of mail-in votes has delayed results; however, it is critical that every vote is counted.

The Presidential Election Pulled a 2020

Farhan Ahsan, Assistant Opinions Editor November 4, 2020

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a year like none other. The Presidential election followed suit. Many key swing states including the 3 swing Great Lakes States (Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania)...

A 2020 Harris County I Voted sticker.

Evolving Scene of Voter Engagement

Emily Moore October 31, 2020

The push to get out the vote in the 2020 election is seemingly stronger than ever before with Harris County voters are coming out in record numbers. In the first seven days of 2020's early voting, the...

Currently, five vaccines have been identified as the most promising contenders for a potential COVID-19 vaccine. Photo Credit: Brookings

Progress on Covid-19 Vaccinations: What You Need to Know

Julia Paraskevas October 13, 2020

Since Covid-19 first arrived in the United States in early January, Americans have been holding out hope for the development of a quick, safe, and effective vaccination. While it obviously isn’t quite...

Its almost Election Day - Are you ready to vote? 
Image Credits: Portland Mercury

It’s National Voter Registration Day – Are You Ready to Vote?

Ainsley Gill, Executive News and Opinions Editor September 22, 2020

In 42 days, citizens across America will head to the polls to cast their vote for president. This election marks the first time that many seniors will be able to vote and it’s important that those of...

The numerous wildfires that have ignited across California have caused immense devastation to families, animals, and our environment. 
Image: The New York Times - Wildfire Map

Raging Fires Set the Pacific Northwest in Flames

Isabella Espinosa September 21, 2020

  Wildfires have been a devastating part of our planet for millions of years. Wildfires destroy thousands of acres of land each year in the Amazon Rainforest, Australia, United States, Africa,...

The current election prediction map has Texas as leaning Republican. What would happen if it shifted left?
Photo Credits: 270 to Win

Texas May Be Turning Blue

Claire Sullivan, Staff Writer August 8, 2020

Texas is seeing a shift in its residents’ politics; a FiveThirtyEight Survey of registered Texas voters found only a three percentage point difference reported between Republicans (42%) and Democrats...

An encouraging message on the marquee outside of Shadow Forest Elementary, one of Kingwood Highs feeder schools.

Back to School – What Looks Different this Year

Emily Moore, Assistant Student Life & Features Editor July 23, 2020

UPDATE- Humble ISD held a board meeting on August 3  to reevaluate the plan below. The final plan has everyone starting off online on August 11th. Self-contained special education students have the option...

Displayed above is a photo of Hurricane Dorian from last summers hurricane season. Photo Credits: Marketwatch

Hurricane Season Begins

Let's explore what's already happened in this year's hurricane season and look to what the future might bring.
Ainsley Smith June 13, 2020

  What is Expected of 2020’s Hurricane Season As we start off this year’s hurricane season, it’s only natural to wonder what is in store for this summer. Hurricane season started on June...

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