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Houston Texans head coach David Culley has announced that Tyrod Taylor will be the team’s new starting quarterback. Culley spoke highly of Taylor, saying he is usually the first guy in and the last to leave, also saying that Taylor has gone through some things the last two years, and those experiences have helped make […]

Gregg Leakes, the husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes, died Wednesday due to colon cancer. He was 66 years old. Longtime family friend Ernest Dukes confirmed news of his death in a statement that read, in part, “The Leakes family is in deep pain with a broken heart. After a long battle […]

A new pro-gun law that went into effect Wednesday allows most Texans who legally own a firearm to carry it openly in public without obtaining a permit or training. This is an issue many experts say will make it more challenging for law enforcement officers to protect the public from gun violence. The controversial “constitutional […]

Before Mitchell McElroy became the founder and CEO of the Speed Shopper app, the Houston man was a “favorite” teacher among students, educating them in the subjects of history and technology. His expertise in technology led him to where he is today. McElroy was tired of spending hours roaming around grocery stores searching for items […]

When you think of Houston’s nightlife and hospitality, ALife Hospitality Group is at the top of the list. With over a decade of experience in executing memorable experiences and curating special events, owners Jonathan Reitzell and JR Martin have certainly made their mark as heavy hitters in the industry. The two met on the campus […]

Houston-based rapper-producer BBY Kodie has recently released his powerful new single, “Children,” via True Panther/EQT/Motown Records. The provocative, richly cinematic official video for “Children” immerses Kodie in vibrant, visceral tableaux that reference the Baroque historical paintings of Caravaggio, capturing moments in history like the the Last Supper and the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The stirring […]

Houston police have arrested two suspects who allegedly shot and killed an off-duty New Orleans police officer who was dining at a Galleria area restaurant while visiting Houston. The suspects, Frederick Dwayne Jackson, 19, and Anthony Rayshard Jenkins, 21, have been charged with capital murder. According to Houston police, on Aug. 21, off-duty New Orleans […]

Officials are pulling out all the stops to ensure that residents get those much needed shots in arms. Members of the Houston City Council voted Wednesday to approve incentives for COVID-19 vaccinations up to $150. The incentive has been extended to Sept. 15. The Houston Health Department will provide $100 gift cards for participants who receive the […]

Continued prayers are going out to the Rev. Jesse Jackson and his wife, Jacqueline, who both tested positive for COVID-19. Physicians were “carefully monitoring their condition” because of their ages, with the reverend being 79, and his wife being 77 years old. It should be noted that Reverend Jackson received his first dose of the […]

In response to the recent natural disasters in Haiti, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced today the Houston’s Paying It Forward Earthquake and Hurricane Relief Response to Haiti. The City of Houston is partnering with Houston Haitians United and the National Association of Christian Churches (NACC) Disaster Services to collect supplies for Haitians recovering from the major […]