October 16, 2014


  • Local Newstalk: Court reinstates Texas voter ID; Harris Health System dedicates Alford Clinic
  • National: CDC attempting to combat Ebola exposure; First Lady Obama campaigns for Democrats
  • Entertainment: Boris Kodjoe stars in new film 'Addicted'
  • Proposition 1 addresses transportation funding
  • Higher ED Special: Big or small college? Find your fit; Black fraternities & sororities; University of Houston Downtown- Find your major opportunity; Texas Southern University- Programs, partnerships help enrollment soar; University of Houston Central- The house innovation built; Scholarship FAQs; Best scholarship websites; Do's and don'ts: Tips on financial aid; Best grant websites; University of Texas Austin- Fit in. Stand out; Wells Fargo Bank- 5 steps to securing financial aid; Lone Star College- Planning for the future; Prairie View A&M- A tradition of excellence; Author helps students find free college money
  • Health: Know your breast reconstruction options
  • Former councilman wants justice, answers; Pilgrim Congregational observes 110th anniversary; Disney Dreamers deadline nears; Contest for small business owners
  • Pro & College Sports: PVAMU salvages season with homecoming win
  • High School Sports: Volleyball dream team roaring at Jack Yates
  • Top Events: Sisters Network Inc. awards luncheon and style show; GHBC Pinnacle Awards; Top Ladies of Distinction gala

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