Alpha Kappa Omega Presents 21 Young Ladies in Society Debut

The energy was electric as 21 young ladies jubilantly twirled in circles, nervously practiced their curtseys and carefully walked to ensure no missteps would be taken before they made their official debut at the biennial debutante ball hosted by Alpha ...

Texans Training Camp Day 14

The Houston Texans resumed training camp today, with a joint practice with the Detroit Lions who is in town early for their preseason matchup with the Texans on Saturday at NRG Stadium. With the fans looking on, the competition got ...

Comcast Announces Largest Ever Expansion Of Its Internet Essentials Program

Comcast announced it is significantly expanding eligibility for its broadband adoption program Internet Essentials to include all qualified low-income households in its service area. Comcast estimates that more than three million additional low-income households, including households with people with disabilities, ...

Money, Power, and Sex: The Imperfect Trifecta, Which Enables Jeffrey Epstein’s of the World

To be clear: money, power, and sex have been longtime bedfellows. No matter where you look, on the blocks, in churches, schools, boardrooms, politics, Hollywood, the music industry, you name it and you will likely see them together. From the ...

Houston Native Trains to be a U.S. Navy Future Warfighter

Sailors are some of the most highly-trained people on the planet, according to Navy officials, and this training requires highly-dedicated instructors.

Pro-Vision Inc. Hosts Ribbon Cutting Celebration in Sunnyside

Pro-Vision Inc. will host a ribbon cutting and community celebration at the Sunnyside campus for a new multi-purpose building on Tuesday, August 13th beginning at 11:30 a.m. at 4590 Wilmington St., Houston, TX 77051. The celebration will also include the ...

Houston universities team up to boost minorities in academia

Rice University, Texas Southern University (TSU) and the University of Houston (UH) have won a multimillion-dollar grant to help increase the number of underrepresented minorities pursuing academic careers in engineering and science.

Super Bowl Champ Expands Post-football Dedication to Children with Two Additional Metro Houston Kiddie Academies®

Former Super Bowl Champion James Ihedigbo and his wife, Brittany, are expanding their post-football family business to include two additional Kiddie Academies in League City, Texas.

Heating Up Texans Training Camp: Day 13

Texans head coach Bill O’Brien gave his players a much-needed break from the heat today as they practiced inside the bubble for the first time in over a week. Although the temperature wasn’t as hot on the inside, the competition ...

Rockets Announce 2019-20 Regular Season Schedule

The Houston Rockets today announced their schedule for the 2019-20 regular season. The Rockets posted the highest win total of any team over the past two seasons.

Texans Training Camp: Day 12

The Houston Texans were back on the practice field as they prepare for their second preseason game against the Detroit Lions this Saturday at NRG Stadium. Here are just a couple of things I observed at Texans training camp day ...

Texans Lose First Preseason Game Against Packer 28 -26

Green Bay, Wis.- One thing you can say about the residents of Green Bay is they love them some football. 72,928 fans turned out to watch the Houston Texans and Green Bay Packers play their first 2019 preseason game at ...

Houstonian Style: Barefield’s Battle Against Colon Cancer and Mental Health

Making sacrifices is a selfless act that requires one to put others before their own needs. Jamila Barefield championed herself as a sacrifice for the benefit of those suffering from colon cancer.

City of Houston Seeks Artist for Piece to Honor Barbara Jordan

The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is starting the process of selecting an artist to create the city’s first permanent outdoor artwork commemorating the life and legacy of the late Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced.

Galveston Officers On Horseback Seen Leading Handcuffed Man with Rope

ABC13.com reports Galveston police are responding to an uproar over a photo posted to Facebook showing a man being led by officers on horses, using a rope.