Serena Williams Pens Passionate Letter About Body Image to Her 'classy' Mom

Serena Williams gave birth to her baby girl Alexis Olympia this month and as she adjusts to becoming a parent for the first time the tennis great has written a heartfelt letter to her own mother, Oracene Price

Astros Team Store Opens for Postseason Clinch Event as Astros Secure Division Title

With today’s win, the Astros officially clinched their first division title since 2001 and kicked off the Astros Team Store Postseason Clinch Event. The Postseason Clinch Event is open now at the Union Station Team Store and will remain open ...

Astros Clinch AL West Division Title

With today’s 7-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners at Minute Maid Park, the Astros have clinched the American League West Division title.

Maria Sharapova: Serena Williams 'owns me'

In the space of one hour and eighteen minutes, Maria Sharapova's life would change for ever. On a sunny Saturday afternoon in July 2004, she stepped onto Wimbledon's Centre Court as an unknown 17-year-old and walked off a household name.

Houston Strong: Houston Texans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Walking from the parking lot to the NRG Stadium you could feel an overwhelming spirit resonating throughout the air. Something that wasn’t felt over a week ago when the city was in the midst of a catastrophic natural disaster, Hurricane ...

Sloane Stephens Defeats Madison Keys to Win U.S. Open and her 1st Grand Slam Title

Unseeded Sloane Stephens, who was ranked No. 957 in the world less than two months ago, soared to the top of the tennis world on Saturday with a powerful 6-3, 6-0 victory over 15th-ranked fellow American Madison Keys in the ...

Texan Whitney Mercilus Throws Back to School Bash

Houston Texans Whitney Mercilus is known for showing NO MERCI on the field, but off the field, he is known as a gentle giant within the community. Like most Houstonians, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Mercilus and the WithMerci ...

Venus Williams, Sloan Stevens and Madison Keys All Advance to U.S. Open Quarterfinals

For the first time in U.S. Open history, three black women have advanced to the quarterfinal round; and, in this case, they all happen to be American. As of Monday, Venus Williams, 37, Sloane Stephens, 24, and Madison Keys, 22, ...

Astros Foundation & Aramark partner with Salvation Army for Hurricane Relief Effort

The Astros Foundation and Aramark are partnering to provide the Salvation Army with 5,000 hot meals daily for hurricane relief workers for a 10-day period from Sept. 5-14. The meals will be prepared at Minute Maid Park and transported to ...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Miami Dolphins Game To Be Played In Week 11 On Sunday, November 19

Due to the potential impact of Hurricane Irma on South Florida, the Miami Dolphins home game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, originally scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium, will instead be played there in Week ...

Venus Williams Wins Thriller to Set Up All-American Semifinal Against Sloane Stephens

Venus Williams is the definition of longevity. It was 16 years ago that the 37-year-old won the last of her two US Open titles and now the American is two victories away from securing what would be a remarkable success ...

Houston Rockets Owner Pledges $4 Million for Harvey Relief

The owner of the Houston Rockets, Leslie Alexander, will contribute $4 million to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. "Our hearts are heavy seeing the devastation that so many of our friends, family and neighbors are experiencing," the Rockets said in ...

Houston Teams and Athletes Step Up for Hurricane Relief

Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander says he'll up his donation to those affected by Hurricane Harvey to $10 million. He had already pledged $4 million but announced the increase Tuesday.

Houston Rockets Selling for Huge Price

The Houston Rockets are being sold for a ton of money. Tilman Fertitta agreed to buy the team for a reported $2.2 billion from current owner Leslie Alexander, according to the Houston Chronicle.

JJ Watt's Harvey Relief Pushes Higher Still: Beats $10 Million Goal

JJ Watt is a force on the field. His skills extend to fundraisers. The Houston Texans defensive end has been raising money to help victims of Hurricane Harvey and on Thursday he surpassed his latest goal of $10 million.