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Starbucks employee fired for “DEFUND THE POLICE” label on customers order

HOUSTON, TX - A Starbucks employee has been fired after they allegedly wrote: “defund the police” on a customer's order label. The incident happened at the Starbucks located off Katy Freeway...

Stores permanently close down due to pandemic

HOUSTON, TX - Home goods retailer, Bed Bath & Beyond, and tween apparel store, Justice, have announced additional permanent closures of stores in the Houston area.  With continuous declines in sales following...

Black Friday Season Starting Early

HOUSTON, TX - There is no longer a need to camp outside of your favorite retail store for Black Friday deals, because the Black Friday season could be coming sooner than usual!

HISD Switching To Face to Face Instruction

HOUSTON, TX - Parents of all HISD students have a few more days left to decide on whether or not to send their child back to school for in-person instruction or continue online learning.

HISD schools to remain closed Wednesday due to Tropical Depression Beta

HOUSTON, TX – HISD schools have decided to remain closed on Wednesday (Sept. 23) out of precaution for Tropical Storm Beta. Instruction should resume on Thursday pending road and weather conditions. All...

Fort Bend Judge KP George Invites TikTok to make Fort Bend County its new home

FORT BEND, TX - Fort Bend County Judge KP George invites the TikTok corporation to the state of Texas. Following President Trump's announcement on Monday morning, the honorable judge extended an offer to the TikTok corporation...

Rail-line coming to Houston-Dallas area

HOUSTON, TX - Texas Central has been given the green-light by the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration to proceed with plans to build a high-speed rail line connecting two of Houston’s biggest cities allowing...

Gas prices fall with seasonal softening of demand

HOUSTON, TX - Gasoline prices in Houston fell another penny over the last week as the typical fall slowdown in demand offset rising crude oil prices. Gasoline averaged $1.79 a gallon in...

City of Houston courts suspend all jury trials through November

HOUSTON, TX – Due to changing circumstances regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and to encourage the health and safety of the public and court staff members from the spread of the COVID-19, the City of Houston Municipal Courts...

Sprouts Farmers Market set to open new Houston location in October

HOUSTON, TX - Sprouts Farmers Market will be opening a new grocery store in the Houston area next month. The supermarket chain will open a 26,000-square-foot grocery store at 1212 Old Spanish...

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Lebron James “as locked in as I’ve ever been,” ahead of NBA Championship

 The Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James believes living in the NBA's bio-secure bubble has probably been the...

Biden to Trump during debate: “Will you shut up, man”

President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden met in Cleveland on Tuesday (September 29) for the first...

Biden, Trump both say they’re “looking forward” to debate

Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will square off for the first time on Tuesday (September 29) in a...

In New York City, excitement mixes with uncertainty as more schools open

Young students lined up outside a public elementary school in Brooklyn on Tuesday (Sept. 29) morning, sporting an array of colorful masks...

Mayor Turner Plans to Repair Houston Roadways

HOUSTON, TX- Mayor Sylvester Turner has instituted a new Street Rehabilitation program to fix potholes and extend the overall life of...