July 31, 2014

 

  • Local Newstalk: Lenient marijuana law proposed; End to domestic violence sought; San Antonio appoints mayor
  • National: Medicare, Social Security okay until 2030, 2033; Upcoming changes to loans may help Blacks
  • Opinion: The high cost of injustice
  • Entertainment: Ensemble hosts annual celebrity gala
  • Cover Page: More money, new skills; Good-Paying Jobs little or no college; What is UpSkill Houston? 20 high-demand jobs based on annual openings
  • Kofi Taharka honored; Chamber seeks Pinnacle Award nominations; Fort Bend ISD holds public hearings
  • Pro & College Sports: Texans get physical during training camp
  • High School Sports: Delmar Fieldhouse under construction
  • Top Events: Rudy Rasmus book signing; 29th annual UNCF Walk for Education; Houston Association of Black Journalists afternoon mixer

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