October 09, 2014


  • Newstalk: Medicaid expansion promoted in Texas; Meeting set for Acres Homes
  • residents
  • National: Supreme Court will address familiar issues; Black girls need leadership
  • opportunities
  • Museum planned for Wheatley?
  • Business: Black media, ads, reach Black consumers
  • Entertainment: BET presents prime-time night of stars
  • Centerfold: Domestic Violence warning signs; Battered women urged to get help;
  • What to do, where to go
  • Opinion: Eyes of Texas: Please focus on healthcare; U.S. shouldn't mess with CHIP's
  • success
  • Voters reminded to meet photo ID requirements
  • TSU celebrates homecoming Oct. 22-25
  • UH Downtown fall enrollment sets record
  • Comer Cottrell dead at 82
  • Ebola patient Duncan dies at Dallas hospital
  • Houston youth receive free tennis lessons
  • Pro & College Sports: Rockets' James Harden ready to rumble
  • High School Sports: Carr difference maker for the Woodlands
  • Top Events: Fourth Annual Katherine's Breakfast for Breast Cancer Survivors; Blue
  • Triangle Multi-Cultural Association Living Legends luncheon; Texas Women's
  • Empowerment Foundation 8th summit

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