Movie Review: Lone Survivor


Myra Alanis-Palomares, Reporter
March 26, 2014

Within the first few minutes of watching Lone Survivor, viewers will truly realize why we call the men and women who serve our country, “Our Heroes”. The movie, Lone Survivor was released on the December 25th, 2013 and by the end of January  it made $100 million in the box office. This American... Read more »

Cell Phones during lunch


Alexis Espinosa
March 4, 2014

Phones should be allowed during lunch so students can take a  break and just chill while  browse the web on our smart phones. Students at  King deserve a little bit of freedom to be on their phones on our break,and not be afraid to get our phones taken away by teachers.Students need to unwind after... Read more »

Chicago PD: The New NBC Crime Drama


Alonna Troche, Reporter
February 11, 2014

With a starting of 8.6 million total viewers, and being an original spin off of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD is the new crime drama on NBC. Chicago PD’s first episode came on January 8, 2014, and with its great storyline and its tough sergeant, Chicago PD gained high ratings. It brings a new view on crime... Read more »

Beyonce’s New Album


Geordan Scott, Reporter
February 11, 2014

Beyonce unexpectedly released her self-titled fifth album on December 13, 2013. This brilliant album shocked many of her fans worldwide. Her album was not released in stores, instead it was released through itunes. 80,000 digital copies of the album were sold in the first three hours, and 430,000 digital... Read more »

California Drought


February 10, 2014

Notice the dry winter lately? If you do, it’s because we are in a drought. Yes, it has been finally declared that California is in a drought, in fact it’s the worst drought California has had in 500 years. While other states are dealing with blizzards or hurricanes, California is dealing... Read more »

KIPP King: A New Policy

Myra Alanis-Palomares, Reporter
January 28, 2014

We’re all familiar with the voice that bounces off the gym walls during lunch. Despite the fact that lunch is only 30 minutes long, you are forced to set aside time to serve detention during the only break in your day. The new policy King enforced is lunch detention for all students who are tardy... Read more »

28 Weeks Later Review

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Samuel Cervantes, Reporter
January 28, 2014

Blood, pain, and screams are all great elements for horror. The eating of flesh, the chills of being followed, and the thought of being the zombies next meal. Zombies a carnivorous group that love to eat the flesh of animals and humans. Some examples of where zombies in action are “World War Z”,... Read more »



Kitana Gachero, Reporter
January 27, 2014

  [Heart-breaking betrayal, steamy on screen romances, and many questionable acts  occurring in the U.S political system. A show that genuinely lives up to its name,- Scandal. ] Scandal debuted on ABC in the spring of 2012. The first season proved very promising. The show takes place in Washington... Read more »

Kanye West: A Conceited Rapper


Myra Alanis-Palomares, Reporter
December 12, 2013

Rapper Kanye West tends to believe that he is a “god”, but when it truly comes down to it, he is simply just another celebrity making music and creating a buzz. Hip-Hop recording artist West is one of the best-selling and the most-awarded artists in the music industry. West is also known for being... Read more »

Girl Code: Females You Are Not Alone


Breona Johnson, Reporter
December 12, 2013

Ladies, if you need advice on some dos and don’ts when it comes to being a female, it’s all on Girl Code. Girl Code is a show that comes on Wednesdays  at 10/9 central on Mtv. The same group of women give advice on new things or how to handle a situation in sophisticated way . Some of the situations... Read more »

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