Harris County Leaders Vote Against District Attorney’s $20 Million Budget Request to Hire More Prosecutors

The Harris County Commissioners Court voted Tuesday against District Attorney Kim Ogg’s request for a $20 million budget increase to hire more prosecutors.

Texas Judge Dies After Historic Midterm Election Of Black Women

Cassandra Hollemon, 57, succumbed to an unspecified illness on Monday, the Houston Chronicle reported. She was one of 17 Black women in the Black Girl Magic grou

The Threat Of A State Takeover Intensifies for The Houston ISD

Last October, the Houston school board opened its regular, monthly meeting with the typical routines — the pledge of allegiance, recognition — and then moved to the district’s business

Louisiana Hip-Hop Artist John Fuggin Dough Brings A Fresh Emerge of The Culture To Houston With 'Live From The Bayou: 2nd Edition'

Louisiana Hip-Hop Artist John Fuggin Dough in Partnership with Bounce & Turn Presents 'Live From The Bayou: 2nd Edition'

H-E-B Shelves Primed for New Texas Products

The search for the finest foods and beverages in the Lone Star State continues with the Sixth Annual H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best contest. The call for entries is now open, submissions will be accepted Wednesday, February 27th ...

Radio One Launches Annual Career Development and Recruitment Initiative “Opportunity Expo” Brings Positive Impact to Houston Job Seekers and Employers

Radio One – Houston’s 97.9 The Box, Majic 102.1, and 92.1 Radio Now announce their inaugural “Opportunity Expo” (Opp Ex) career development and recruitment fair to meet the needs of Houston employers and job seekers Saturday, March 9, 2019 at ...

Galena Park Area Universities Earn High Marks in 2019 Best College Rankings

Students seeking a quality education should feel right at home in Galena Park, according to data analytics firm, College Factual.

Harris County Democratic Party Mourns the Passing Of Judge Cassandra Holleman

The Harris County Democratic Party is deeply saddened today to hear of the passing of Judge Cassandra Holleman.

Houston Symphony Celebrates Rodeo Season with Wild, Wild West

Just in time for the start of Houston’s rodeo season, the Houston Symphony saddles up with the Western-inspired family program Wild, Wild West at 10am and 11:30am on Saturday, Feb. 16 at Jones Hall, featuring students from the Theatre Under ...

Council Member Dwight Boykins Announces Beginning of Application Period for the Mayor's Summer Youth Jobs Program

This is very important information for any young person in District D who is seeking a job this summer.

Worthing HS Students Start the New Year in New Building

Students at Worthing High School gathered in the new cafeteria before class on Monday, comparing class schedules for the spring semester and discussing the new building.

Black Owned Businesses Continue to Bring Dignity to Death

There is one thing all people have in common. We all will be born and we will die. Death is such a delicate subject that families need someone to help them ease through the process of all the decision making ...

Former NFL and Longhorns QB Vince Young arrested on DUI charge

Former Texas Longhorns and NFL quarterback Vince Young was arrested in Fort Bend County, Texas, early Monday on a charge of suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Young paid a $500 bond and was released.

Certified Life Coach And Author Kenya R. Gary Talks About Near Overcoming Abuse, Her Near Death Experience and Second Installation To ‘See What You Believe'

Certified Life Coach And Author Kenya R. Gary Talks About Near Overcoming Abuse, Her Near Death Experience and Second Installation To ‘See What You Believe'

Meet The Houston Designer Who Is Draping A-listers From Sarah Jakes Roberts to Houston's Elite, LaSonja Polk

Fashion Stylist Lasonja Polk is giving A new meaning to the definition of wearing kimonos.