Thursday, March 30, 2023

Sabrina Beguiristain

Sabrina Beguiristain is a Florida International University student majoring in digital journalism. She is passionate about both visual and auditory media such as broadcasting and podcasts. In the near future, Sabrina hopes to produce creative forms of news to emphasize events and stories that should be shared.

Biden pushes for assault weapon ban after Nashville shooting (includes video story)

The Nashville shooting that left three children and three adults dead on Tuesday is the 129th mass shooting in just the first...

Rising pet-care costs cause owners to return dogs to shelters (includes video story)

After the Covid-19 pandemic caused a rise in dog adoptions, animal shelters were rarely in full capacity. But that is changing. The...

California will continue to face severe weather (includes video story)

California has suffered severe winter storms, flooding, and high winds since early March. These are expected to continue to the end of...

Washington D.C. is set to close Covid-19 centers at the end of March (includes...

Washington, D.C. Covid-19 centers officially close March 31 after President Joe Biden declared an end to the national health emergency.

President Biden makes an unexpected visit to Ukraine (includes video story)

This past Monday, nearly a year after the Russian invasion, President Joe Biden made an unexpected visit to Kyiv, Ukraine. After a...

D.C. restaurant hosts quake relief fundraiser for Turkey and Syria (includes video story)

After an earthquake devastated parts of southern Turkey and northern Syria killing more than 41,000 people and leaving thousands more without food,...

Washington D.C helps students affected by learning loss (includes video story)

Kids across the country have experienced so-called "learning loss" as a result of the pandemic. Washington, D.C. mayor, Muriel Bowser announced plans...

Non-alcoholic drinks are taking off (includes video story)

The Mocktail movement is in full swing as bars and restaurants embrace more non-alcoholic drinks into their menus. Clyde’s Alley Bar is...

Some Washington, D.C. employees will receive higher wages in May (includes video story)

This past November, Washington D.C. voters approved Initiative 82, increasing tipped employees' minimum wage. Bars, restaurants, and salons will need to adjust...

Activists push for gun reform in posters (includes video story)

A group of community activists in Washington D.C. is hoping to spark conversations about gun violence with the help of one of...