April 18, 2013

 

Headlines

  • Hip-hop evolves: Houston hip-hop changed the game; Cultural impact is wide reaching; Rap-A-Lot helped pave the way; How hip-hop gives back
  • Ryan Middle School begins a new phase
  • Confederate park troubles blacks
  • White House defends Obama’s budget
  • Class of 2013 faces dim prospects, lower wages
  • Living with diabetes, preventing serious complications
  • Green congratulates academy nominees
  • Jackson Lee opposes knives on planes
  • Mr. and Ms. TSU crowned
  • Entertainment: Boseman honored to portray Robinson
  • Pro-Sports/ College Sports: Rockets punch ticket to 2013 playoffs
  •      High School Sports: Daye Shon Roberson blossoms into track star
  • Chag’s Place: The Elliot Chandler Foundation; The Missouri City/ Houston Metro Chapter of National Women of Achievement Inc.; Callie Lewis- Watson Forty Plus Models, Inc. 

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