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  • California Christmas money stolen from Boy Scouts

    SACRAMENTO, Calif—A brazen snatch and grab has left a hard-working boy scout troop scrambling to raise over 150-dollars. Rockroe Boy Scout Troop 59 has been selling Christmas trees everyday after school to raise money for a summer camping trip and with just two weeks ’til christmas, they were worried they wouldn’t  have enough time to recoup the stolen money. Tattooed Santa, a-k-a  Josh Hughes, the owner of a nearby tattoo shop, wanted to help once he found out about the heartless […]

  • ‘Happily gentrifying the neighborhood’: Colorado coffee shop sign sparks outrage

    COLORADO —Cleaning up or cleaning out! Wherever you stand on gentrification, some would agree that this Denver coffee shop sign was in bad taste. Managers of the Ink Coffee Shop stirred up the community when they posted a sidewalk sign saying, “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood since 2014.” The message resulted in hundreds of protesters gathering outside of the  shop to voice their outrage. This inner city neighborhood, like many across the country, is undergoing a major demographic shift, as many […]

  • Battle of the Big Mouths

    WASHINGTON—Some are calling it the battle of a big baller versus a big bully, but we’re just calling it the battle of the big mouths! Lavar Ball, father of LiAngelo Ball, one of the UCLA players recently caught shoplifting in China, hasn’t exactly been lavishing praise upon President Trump over his role in getting the players released. The basketball beef started after  Trump took to Twitter asking if the players would say thank you, which they did in a press […]

  • Houston Police Department 32nd Annual Comida Food Drive

    HOUSTON– While some of us are still eating thanksgiving left overs, the Houston Police Department is  working to feed all Houstonians this holiday season. What started as one “do-good officer” looking to help the less fortunate 32 years ago,  has grown into the  largest food drive in the city. This years drive was sponsored by HPD, Pepsi, and Fiesta, which served as the official drop off spot for donations. HPD Police Chief Art Acevedo says its a chance for volunteers […]

  • Roy Moore accuser breaks her silence; second alleged Al Franken victim comes forward

    HOUSTON — Leigh Corfman, one of the first women to accuse U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, has broken her silence. Corfman opened a floodgate of accusations against Moore when share her story with the Washington Post. Corfman claims she was only 14 years old when a 32-year-old more approached the teen and her mother at a courthouse in Gadsden, Alabama. He allegedly offered to watch the teen while her mother went into the courtroom for a hearing. […]

  • Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, partners host Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway Extravaganza

    HOUSTON — It’s that time of year when most folks make an effort to be of good cheer and give back! And that’s exactly what Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee did Monday and will continue you to do on Tuesday with her Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway Extravaganza. Houston’s Third Ward residents were treated to a live band, interpretive dance and a live performance by gospel recording artist Brian Courtney Wilson as they picked up their free turkeys. The event is […]

  • Sutherland Springs’ cards of compassion

    HOUSTON – Some much-needed love is on its way to Sutherland Springs! As this small Texas town is trying to recover from last Sunday’s mass shooting that killed 26 people. A Houston group, The Encouragement Corner, is heading to the heart-broken city to deliver over 5,000 cards of encouragement. Self-described as a group of concerned, caring and compassionate citizens, The Encouragement Corner felt the need to respond to the tragedy. Knowing it happened during a Sunday service like the one he […]

  • Watch: Hawaii road rage incident turns violent

    HAWAII—Cell phone video captures what looks like a game of vehicle pin ball in Hawaii’s Harano Tunnel. The owner of a pickup truck filmed a Honda hatchback, repeatedly swerve into his lane, hitting and damaging his vehicle. Hawaii Police report that they have opened a Collision Investigation and are looking into the matter.  

  • Country Music Association $1 million donation to HISD

    HOUSTON— The Country Music Association Foundation in collaboration with Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation and Music Rising donated one million dollars in the name of fine arts education to the Houston Independent School District. The money will be invested over a three year period to insure that the future of fine arts for local students will remain a priority. Music Rising donated a $200,000 grant and the CMA Foundation pledged $500,000 through the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation. The funds will be […]