Posted on · Author of ‘Raising Simba,’ Falisa Ray, offers up a story of resilience as she recounts how her quest of faith emboldened her to inspire her son’s dreams of becoming one of the world’s most beloved characters on Broadway.
Posted on · In what would’ve been his 65th birthday this week, wife Rhonda McCullough shares intimate details about her late husband, iconic comedian Bernie Mac, and reveals the sense of fearlessness in his character; his unwavering determination to succeed; and how he became one of the most beloved Black comedic actors in Hollywood.
Posted on · Episode: 2289 The rise and demolition of New York’s first skyscraper. Today, the skyscraper arrives.
Posted on · The Gun Violence Archive reports that shootings across the country this holiday weekend claimed the lives of more than 180 people.
Posted on · In the largest U.S. cities, at least half of all households have seen a serious financial loss such as lost job, wages or savings. Many problems are concentrated in Black and Latino households.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We examine what presidential candidates from Texas are proposing regarding immigration reform. Our local experts break down the latest political stories. We discuss how to stay active in the Houston heat. And former Houston Oiler Eddie George tries his hand at musical theatre.
Posted on · We meet two Broadway artists with unique stories: an NFL player-turned-leading man and a classical violinist who leads the pit orchestra of a major production.
Posted on · The summit comes about a year after President Donald Trump's administration announced plans to pull out of the Kerry-negotiated Paris climate accord
Posted on · Harris County is looking at tunnels to help with flood mitigation. How have the tunnels fared in other cities?
Posted on · There were no reports of injuries after Flight 957 heading from Chicago to New Jersey landed safely Wednesday after making an abrupt turn toward Cleveland
Posted on · The new lawsuit comes more than a week after California filed a similar lawsuit in San Francisco federal court against Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Census Bureau officials
Posted on · Chicago and Houston are fighting over something very big or something very small — two beans. But there's a plot twist.
Posted on · Our panel of non-experts weighs in on the stories from this week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · The newly installed sculpture by Anish Kapoor gives Houston its own bean-shaped landmark
Posted on · The park offers Houston residents and visitors over 15 miles of pedestrian and bike paths