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Majic 102.1 received its official 40 Year Proclamation from the Mayor Sylvester Turner and Houston City Council on Tuesday, June 27, 2017. The proclamation introduced by Council Member Michael Kubosh and presented to the honorees by Mayor Sylvester Turner recognizes the 40th Anniversary of KMJQ – Majic 102.1. Mayor Turner and the Houston City Council […]

Michigan State University's Myya D. Jones has big plans for her hometown!

Kick-off the holiday season with Mayor Sylvester Turner at the 97th Annual Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting Presented by Reliant, an NRG company. The festivities will commence Friday, December 2 at City Hall in Hermann Square from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. This impressive, FREE event is a holiday tradition of music, fireworks and family fun. A massive […]

May is National Bike Month and the City of Houston is celebrating. The City and Bike Houston are hosting a Bike to Work Day event with a celebratory bike ride. The ride will start at City Hall in Hermann Square at 7:30 AM and showcase a variety of bicycle facilities. Washington Avenue (shared lane marking), […]

Sunday Morning Live hosted both mayoral candidates for Missouri City this past Sunday in an effort to inform, educate and inspire voting. But this is the view today of the polling place for residents of Hunters Glen I, II and III. Missouri City is almost 42 percent African-American, and these neighborhoods have a high concentration of black […]

Citizens of Missouri City head to the polls to select a Mayor. Early voting begins on April 25 and Election Day is May 7. Allen Owen, who has served as mayor for 22 years, will face business owner Fred Taylor. Both candidates will join host Marcus Davis on Sunday Morning Live to discuss the race. Allen […]

We here in Houston have been blessed with a new Mayor, Mr. Sylvester Turner, who is showing himself to be sincerely concerned with the needs and conditions of all and every block in the city.  Just one way that he has gotten active in the community is by supporting the Crusaders for Colon Cancer Awareness […]

Mayor Sylvester Turner’s commitment to finding more federal grant funds for the City of Houston is already yielding major results. The U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) announced Monday that Houston will receive $66.56 million to assist disaster recovery efforts following significant flooding during Memorial Day weekend and October of 2015. Houston’s grant is […]

Upon Monday morning, January 4th, 2016 the city of Houston welcomed its new mayor, plus the elected controller and other council members at the Inaugural Ceremony.  A record crowd gathered at the Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts in downtown Houston to witness the former city councilman take his oath of office as the […]

Protestors are marching the streets of Chicago in demand that Mayor Rahm Emanuel resigns. Downtown Chicago streets are flooded with people calling for his resignation and an investigation into his administration. Protests began after he publicly apologized for Laquan McDonald’s death due to police brutality. During his address this morning to the Chicago city council, he […]

Did you miss Sunday Morning Live yesterday? Marcus Davis, host of Sunday Morning Live, sat down for extensive interviews with Bill King and Sylvester Turner, the remaining candidates for Mayor of Houston. The mayoral hopefuls shared their philosophy on funding city infrastructure improvements, looming pension payments, police-citizen relationships and much more. If you missed the […]

In the hotly contested Houston mayoral race, Bill King and Sylvester Turner emerged as the front-runners and are headed to a runoff election on December 12, 2015 (early voting dates are December 2 through December 8). Fresh from victory in the first segment of the race, King and Turner share with the Sunday Morning Live […]