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KTSU 90.9FM is proudly leading 14 other HBCU licensed public radio stations in a joint fight to knock out coronavirus in our communities. The legendary radio station, which is located on the campus of Texas Southern University, is one of the HBCU recipients of a $150,000 grant funded by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) […]

Friends, family an fans are mourning the loss of Houston artist “JaeRene,” who was tragically killed in a wrong way crash involving an alleged drunk driver, according to the Harris County Pct. 5 Constables Office. “It is with deep sadness that we share the news of the tragic passing of our vibrant Jaelyn “JaeRene” Chapman. […]

Texas Southern University alumna Dr. Shelly McKinley is celebrating the release of her new book “From Wed to Widow” with a book signing in the Third Ward / Museum District on Sunday. She is proud to be hosting the event near her alma mater, Texas Southern University. McKinley was once a struggling student on the […]

DMX, the rapper who is known as much for his raw and gritty lyrics as much as his controversial life, has died. He was 50 years old. The family released a statement that read, in part: “We are deeply saddened to announce today that our loved one, DMX, birth name of Earl Simmons, passed away […]

Director Eric Hunter and team are proud to bring a gripping, edge of your seat political thriller “O’Shea: Words or Bullets,” which was created and produced in Houston, Texas. The production brings together the best and brightest Houston talent, and is a proud representation of what the Bayou City has to offer. With H-Town growing […]

It was a very emotional day Wednesday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. Bodycam footage shown in court revealed, for the first time to the public, Chauvin’s thoughts about what happened on May 25, 2020. In the video, 61-year-old Charles McMillian could be […]

If you don’t know the man, you definitely know his food. And if you don’t know his food, then where the heck have you been and what are you waiting for? Houston’s legendary “The Breakfast Klub” is the delectable brainchild of Texas Southern University alumnus Marcus Davis, who is an entrepreneur, restaurateur, political commentator and […]

“I’m just trying to do my part to make the world of music better and stay out the way. Y’all be cool,” says Mugg Man, a rising artist from the “Dead End” in southeast Houston. After graduating from Worthing High School as a star athlete, Mugg Man entered the Navy and proudly served our country. […]

LeToya Luckett and her “Friends and Family Hustle” co-host Toya Johnson have teamed up to become the new faces of the Mielle Organics haircare brand. Mielle is considered to be the number one growth and moisture international Black-owned natural hair care company. The company’s founder and CEO, Monique Rodriguez, shared why she chose the two […]

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the appointment of Houston native and 31-year Houston Police Department veteran, Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner, as the City of Houston’s next Police Chief. Chief Finner began his career with the Houston Police Department in 1990 and has worked in every aspect of the department, serving the citizens of Houston in […]