July 10, 2014


  • Local Newstalk: Shooting mars Caribbean Festival; Texas Democrats elect vice chair
  • National: Michelle Obama defends healthier school meals; Howard makes history as four-star admiral
  • Entertainment: Brian ‘Astro’ Bradley from music to movies
  • Opinion: 50 years after the Civil Rights Act; A second chance at building a future
  • Sheriff’s ‘Mentoring Moms’ graduate; Summer reading program begins
  • Cover Page: 10 tips for a great ‘staycation’; Vacation at home; Places to go, things to do
  • Business: Business plan competition; Webinars for women
  • Nurse Health Line provides answers
  • Students benefit from minority teachers
  • Pro & College Sports: Altuve named All-Star again
  • High School Sports: ‘Electric’ Brett Winnegan leads Pearland Dawson
  • Chag’s Place: Missouri City Juneteenth annual community service awards gala; 2014 Texas Black Expo; Houston Area Urban League 46th annual equal opportunity day gala

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