Posted on · The Cougars will make their debut as a member of the Big 12 Conference by paying homage to Houston's football past.
Posted on · Gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee serves as our Track And Field guide as competitive events ramp up this weekend in Tokyo
Posted on · We learn about the stories, accomplishments, and challenges of African Americans in the Olympics from nine-time gold medalist Carl Lewis and Dr. Billy Hawkins from the University of Houston’s Department of Health and Human Performance.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: Educators are gathering in Houston to discuss how to better engage Latinos in STEM fields. Then, we examine the stories of African Americans at the Olympic games. Plus, our political experts discuss the latest news. And we meet skiing enthusiasts in the Bayou City.
Posted on · From a firefighters union head resigning, citing threats from his own rank and file, to a n report citing IH 610 West Loop as the most congested roadway in Texas, to a court challenge to the Texas voter ID law, to Carl Lewis joining the full-time track coaching staff at the University of Houston, we […]
Posted on · On Thursday, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett met with the nonprofit Urban Land Institute to seek guidance on his idea for turning the Astrodome into the "world's largest indoor park." Judge Emmett has received a lot of feedback since unveiling his idea for the Dome last week, some good, some bad. “Yeah, I've had a […]
Posted on · Lewis will coach sprints and jumps as an assistant