If you’re looking for a way to beat the heat this Memorial Day weekend, City of Houston public pools will be open. Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the summer pool schedule on Monday. Pools open this Saturday for Memorial Day weekend. The regular summer schedule begins June 2, with pools open 1 to 8 p.m. Tuesday […]


The Houston Independent School District, along with county and city officials, will be distributing thousands of free school uniforms to students at seven locations across the city from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 8 and Saturday, Sept. 9. Students must be present to be fitted in order to receive clothing. HISD has relaxed its […]

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The People’s Station, Majic 102.1 was able to get on the move and be a part of the 11th Annual Port City, Texas Health, Education, and Science Fair and Carnival.  We are always excited about getting out and being active in the Sunnyside community.  It is very rewarding to be able to give back and […]

THE 2ND ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT EXPO WILL TAKE YOU “TO THE MOON AND BACK” BY CONNECTING STUDENTS, PARENTS AND EDUCATORS TO COLLEGIATE OPPORTUNITIES MISSOURI CITY, TX — The 2nd Annual Spring Educational Enrichment Expo (E3), hosted by the Mu Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in partnership with the Fort Bend Independent […]

To get ahead in life you’ll want to live in the city. New findings show that urban sprawl actually impedes upward socioeconomic mobility. A team of researchers from Utah, Texas and Louisiana built mathematical models to analyze the different ways urban sprawl can affect a person’s chances of getting ahead. Lead study author Reid Ewing […]

What the #@%^!!!, was my reaction as I pulled my bottle of Ozarka close to my chest, lifted on leg off the ground shaking my head with that sudden chill running down my back when I first heard the story.  Just the thought.  Well imagine if it was more than just a thought and actually […]

According to TMZ, A Beverly Hills police officer has sued the city, saying that it punished him for reporting that a fellow officer for allegedly staring at Whitney Houston‘s dead body at the scene of her death.  Sgt. Brian Weir filed the lawsuit, claiming Sgt. Terry Nutall knelt beside Houston — mere hours after her death — and removed the […]


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Texas A&M University’s head football coach Kevin Sumlin will help kick off the world’s largest livestock show and rodeo as grand marshal of the Downtown…

We have no new on when the marathon will be reschedule.  Read More Source:ABCNEWS.com