October 02, 2014

 

  • Local Newstalk: Early Matters-Education coalition pursues change; First U.S. case of
  • Ebola confirmed in Dallas
  • National: White House security under more scrutiny; Fallout continues in Ferguson
  • community
  • Oprah Winfrey-What she's up to now
  • Lowe says 'genius grant' speaks volumes
  • Entertainment: Laurence Fishburne co-stars in new show 'Black-ish'
  • Center Fold: Holder's resignation leaves civil rights void; DOJ accomplishments under
  • Holder; Black leaders praise Holder
  • Opinion: Violence against women and children is wrong; Early Matters could make big
  • difference: A suggestion
  • HUD grants assist low-income residents
  • New Metro rail lines delayed until next year
  • Lawsuit stops demolition of Wheatley/E.O. Smith
  • Pro & College Sports: Race is on for SWAC football championship
  • High School Sports: Westside's Dudley loves life in the trenches
  • Top Events: Gospel Music Heritage Foundation celebrates; Sam Houston Area Council
  • awards luncheon; Young inventor launches product

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