April 16, 2015


  • Local Newstalk: Chancellor unveils plans for HCC; PVAMU observes 125th land grant anniversary
  • National: Scott shooting brings more calls for reform; Nigerian girls remembered one year later
  • Health: Well-woman visit important step to good health
  • R&B singer Percy Sledge dead at 74
  • Entertainment: Tina Knowles gets married
  • Center Fold: Summer activity plans for kids
  • Opinion: Controversy over videotaping cops; Houston Community College goal: Excellent
  • Texas Children’s performs more heart transplants; Kelsey-Seybold breaks ground on Katy center
  • Business: Program accepting applications
  • Defender TSU interns cover Black Press Week
  • Pro & College Sports: Local stars to decide on NBA early entry
  • High School Sports: Stelly ignites Kashmere softball team
  • Top Events: Argentina James’ birthday brunch; Boy Scouts beautify garden; Children At Risk gala

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