Another day, another tragic story to report. While the nation is still reeling from the deadly mass shooting that took place in Buffalo, New York on May 14th, news of another causality scenario has made its way around the web.
Less than 24 hours after news broke that we lost legendary New York DJ Kay Slay, reports are in that Roderick "Pooh" Clark, member of the 90s R&B group Hi-Five, has passed away.
If you haven't seen it yet, photos of board patrol in Del Rio, Texas have gone viral for attempting to remove Haitians from the border.
If you live in one of these states, take special care of your personal info and monitor online transactions: The FBI reports instances of online fraud are on the rise.
The family of a middle school student is demanding answers from Haggard Middle School after bullying, racism, and humiliation allegations were made by 13-year-old Semarion Humphrey.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on Tuesday (March 2) Texas would be the largest state to end its mask mandate, nearly eight months after it was originally announced to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
Texas has now surpassed California, the most populous state, and reportedly has the 10th most cases in the world.
Some pundits are alleging Abbott's decision is another form of voter suppression in regards to the 2020 election.
2020 is only a few hours away and with that, a bunch of new laws in Texas are set to go into effect. These new laws couple with the ones that just went into effect back in September so here’s a cheat sheet as to what is now legal and illegal in the state. BINGO […]
Every year as high school seniors prepare to attend college, schools and other advisors tell students to prep for financial aid and tap into existing resources to help pay for college. Now a new state law is helping students no longer leave money on the table. When House Bill 3 was passed in regards to […]
If you want to purchase cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and other tobacco products, there’s a new minimum age requirement you have to meet. Governor Greg Abbot signed into law on Friday, an increase to the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 years old to 21. According to those who support the age increase, the law should […]