February 06, 2014


  • Newstalk: Residents seek solutions to crime; Texas Children’s breaks ground for The Woodlands hospital
  • National: Obama, companies work to help unemployed; Judge to decide tobacco advertising case
  • Entertainment: Jennifer Hudson Before & after weight loss; Jimmy ‘Taboo’ Gomez juggles singing, acting
  • Opinion: The great divide of income inequality
  • Black History Month: Little Rock Nine member visits Houston; Carter G. Woodson: The father of Black history; Black History Month schedule of events; Houston’s contemporary trailblazers make history; 25 who paved the way; UH-Downtown creates center for race studies; Macy’s hosts Black fashion retrospect; PBS celebrates Black History Month; Carver, Washington remembered at Tuskegee
  • Beware of tax scams during filing season
  • Exploring racial stress in schools
  • Commentary: Seattle ‘misfits’ fit enough to win
  • Pro & College Sports: Strahan, HBCU colleagues head to NFL Hall of Fame
  • High School Sports: Wheatley girls poised for basketball playoffs
  • Chag’s Place: Top Ladies of Distinction host 27th annual Western Scholarship gala; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity host annual Orchid Ball gala; Ensemble Theatre has a media reception for “The Meeting”

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