Northeast Valley News

Tensions swell between police forces and black communities

Tensions swell between police forces and black communities

Francisco Dominguez, Reporter

June 11, 2015

Racism remains a societal evil

Ahtesham Azhar, Reporter

May 6, 2015

Despite the vast awareness of racism and tons of policies in place to address the issue, the United States still struggles with the existence of racism in the society and its system. The recent riots in Baltimore because of protests...

Obama offers work permits to undocumented immigrants

Francisco Dominguez

January 5, 2015

On Nov. 20 a historical announcement was made, one that could potentially impact the lives of 5 million people on American soil. On that day, President Barack Obama addressed the nation from the White House to announce he had...

Mercury win WNBA championship

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

September 12, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury rose to the occasion once again, and firmly re-assumed their spot among the WNBA elite. The Mercury won their third WNBA championship on Friday night, as the team beat the Chicago Sky 87-82 to complete a...

Big Three Dominant as Mercury Set Fire to Sky

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 7, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury took care of business on Sunday afternoon, and now stand just two wins from the ultimate glory. The “Big Three” of Dupree, Griner, and Taurasi ruled in the Mercury’s 83-62 win over the helpless Chicago...

Mercury tame Lynx, lead series 1-0 in best of three

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 5, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury led the league in scoring, averaging 83.5 points, while the Minnesota Lynx finished second with 81.6 points. Also, The Phoenix Mercury set a WNBA record in field goal percentage with 48.4 percent while Minnesota...

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