Blog, Valerie Klinker May 19, 2011
The UCSF Children's Hospital hosted their 1st prom for youth staying at the their hospital. The young people were unable to attend their schools' prom because of their various health issues.
Vlog, Valerie Klinker & Sean Shavers Apr 15, 2011
Kobe Bryant was fined $100,000 for using a homophobic slur. YO! dives deeper into the issue.
Blog, D'Vondre Woodards Feb 28, 2011
Following the shooting of a Richmond public transit bus, police are now being required to escort the 376 bus line as it makes it's way through North Richmond.
Blog, Kalei Meyers Jan 27, 2011
If you ask me even four million dollars is not enough to give that teenage rape victim victory. Each and every one of those men who raped her deserves to face life in prison.
Blog, Omm Alishlah Jan 26, 2011
Tyree Brown, 17, recently committed suicide in Richmond, CA. He was a student at Kennedy High. A candle light vigil was held at RYSE on Tuesday.
Blog, Sean Shavers Jan 21, 2011
Earlier this month, Jerry Brown announced his new plan for budget cuts since he was elected Governor of California. He plans to create higher taxes and cut Government funding. Some of these cuts will affect, Cal Works, Medical, and state colleges. The plan is to gain 12.5 billion dollars through these cuts. This can help California get out a 24 billion dollar deficit.
Blog, Sean Shavers Dec 17, 2010
There's been six officer related shootings this year, and four resulted in death. So this sounds like officers are just targeting minorities, and males of color and using them for target practice. I just wonder how this will play out in court, or if itíll even go to court, seeing as how Johannes Mesherle got away scot-free.
Blog, Thomas Taper Dec 14, 2010
It was an exciting week in the NFL. There were a few nail bitters, a few upsets and a few teams doing what they do best and thatís win games.
Blog, Sean Shavers Dec 11, 2010
I think Eugene was stressed and emotionally disturbed. He couldnít take the pressures of society. He was so used to prison and living in an institution, that he felt helpless in the community. So, as a cry for help he did something so outrageous, that we'd have to put him back in prison.
Blog, Jaquan Rushing Dec 09, 2010
In Orlando, Florida Wesley Snipes is being charged with a tax evasion case. Two years ago he went to trial to fight his case to prove that he is not guilty, but the jury said different and gave him 3-years. But the good thing about that is they gave him the chance for a re-trial to try and prove himself innocent again.