Top 5 News Stories in October

Photo+Credit%3A+Patricia+Maher+Astrology
Back to Article
Back to Article

Top 5 News Stories in October

Photo Credit: Patricia Maher Astrology

Photo Credit: Patricia Maher Astrology

Photo Credit: Patricia Maher Astrology

Photo Credit: Patricia Maher Astrology

Violet Chube, Staff Reporter

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Hong Kong Protests
There have been violent protests in Hong Kong because of the announcement of the Fugitive Offenders Amendment Bill. According to CNN, The bill “would enable China to extradite fugitives from the city.” The protests are a result of the backlash that the bill received when the bill was introduced

Chicago Public School Strike
In October, Chicago Public Schools teacher’s joined together to strike to pressure schools to add to nurses, social workers, librarians, and smaller class sizes. In addition, they are striking to raise awareness for lack of special need assistants in the academic environment.

Wildfire in California
There have been three different wildfires that have broken out in California. The first one, Kincade, is currently active in the Sonoma county. Kincade started on October 23, and the cause is still under investigation. As of now, 30% of the fire is now contained. The second fire is called the Getty fire. Getty is mostly present in the Toping State Park, which is over 656 acres. As of now, 15% of Getty has been contained and there has been a mandatory evacuation in place. Lastly, the Easy Fire broke out in Simi Valley and has since grown to almost 1,000 acres.

NCAA Paying Athletes
On October 29, 2019 the NCAA (the National Collegiate Athletic Association) announced that student athletes will be paid for their image and name. This will go into effect in 2023.

World Series
On October 30, 2019, the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in a 6-2 game and were named the 2019 World Series champions. This is the first time in history that they have won the World Series.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story