nobody: ancestry dot com: how can we overly romanticize & create an irresponsible, ahistorical depiction of the relationship between white men & black women during the period of chattel slavery that completely disregards its power dynamics & the trauma of sexual exploitation? — Clint Smith (@ClintSmithIII) April 18, 2019Read More →

The old show-tune Edelweiss was getting fresh attention on Twitter on Thursday, after a New York Post reporter tweeted that it was playing inside the White House as reporters arrived for William Barr’s press conference in the morning. Hours after the end of the press conference, a debate was stillRead More →

Map Pesqueira is a transgender student in Texas. Pesqueira has been studying with a military scholarship. But because of a new military policy on transgender servicemembers, Pesqueira is about to lose his scholarship. He told NBC that he doesn’t know what his future holds now. “It’s sad to think thatRead More →

Sonora, CA – The new Sonora CHP Commander is making history as she is the first woman to oversee the unit. Lt. Destiny Tafoya is already hard at work as she took over the post, which includes overseeing 27 officers that cover around 2,229 square miles and roughly 55,000 residentsRead More →

Sonora, CA – A Sonora woman that has been wanted since last week after she allegedly threatening two juveniles with a knife is now behind bars. While walking on Snell Street in Sonora yesterday afternoon, a Tuolumne Sheriff’s Deputy recognized, 27-year-old Kendra Sanguinetti, as the suspect wanted for assault withRead More →

Thirteen were killed at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. The youngest 14, the oldest was 47. Student athletes, scholars, writers, artists, and, an educator. Each of the slain had a story, a life, a family and friends and other loved ones who cared for them deeply. It’s beenRead More →

Josh Bratchley has been identified as the British cave diver who was declared missing and trapped in a cave in Jackson County, Tennessee, on Wednesday. According to ABC News, Bratchley was declared missing early Wednesday morning, after a group of tourists from the UK reported one of their divers had notRead More →

Sonora, CA — Tuolumne Supervisors voted unanimously to terminate the state of emergency for tree mortality in the county. The declaration was made in September of 2015 due to impacts from the drought and bark beetle infestation. Since then, 60 projects have been completed with nearly 15,000 dead and dyingRead More →