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  • Monday Motivation: Workplace Workout

    HOUSTON — Time for your Monday Motivation fitness tip of the day!  From stationary settings to scrumptious office snacks to stress …your J-O-B can make staying F-I-T tricky! Not anymore! I’ve got you covered with your at work workout! All you need is a chair and a desk. Do each of the following exercises for 1 minute. Rest 30 seconds between and repeat a total of three times. 1- Chair squats 2- Calf raise arm lift – if you have […]

  • Student reporters’ investigation leads newly hired principal to surrender post in Pittsburg, Kansas

    PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — An incoming high school principal has resigned in Kansas after student reporters investigated and raised questions about her credentials. The Pittsburg School Board accepted Amy Robertson’s resignation on Tuesday, saying she felt the decision was “in the best interest of the district … in light of the issues that arose.” The main concern stemmed from her receiving her master’s and doctoral degrees from Corllins University, an unaccredited, online school. Robertson said she received her degrees before […]

  • Kendall Jenner’s new Pepsi ad sparks backlash

    LOS ANGELES — Kendall Jenner’s new ad for Pepsi has fallen flat. After pumping up the excitement for her new role as a Pepsi spokesperson, the model unveiled her debut ad on Tuesday and quickly became the target of backlash, as did the soda company. In the ad, Jenner is seen participating in a photo shoot and becomes distracted by a group of protesters. She decides to join them, and toward the end, comes face-to-face with a stoic police officer. […]

  • Former Ruggles Green restaurateur accused in massive illegal seafood network

    HOUSTON — Texas Game Wardens allege that Houston restaurateur Bruce Molzan, who until October 2016 was the owner of Ruggles Green and who is currently associated with Ruggles Black, has been operating an illegal seafood network that has funneled nearly 28,000 pounds of unlawfully-caught fish through local establishments for a profit of more than $400,000. Based on evidence gathered during an extensive two-year investigation, Texas game wardens believe the illegal network has been ongoing since at least 2013 and could be […]

  • National Civil Rights Museum plans yearlong events to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, legacy

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Hundreds gathered at the National Civil Rights Museum to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was killed 49 years ago on April 4. Reverend Jesse Jackson, alongside Ambassador Andrew Young, returned to Memphis to recount the movement and echo King’s last writing, “where do we go from here?” King became involved in the Civil Rights movement in March of 1968. Reverend Jackson was with him when he returned to Memphis the day before he was assassinated. […]

  • 2 seen running from scene shortly before massive fire breaks out at NE Harris County apartments

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Authorities are searching for two people seen running from the scene of a large apartment fire in northeast Harris County. The fire broke out around 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Capewood Apartments in the 4300 block of Aldine Mail Rte. Firefighters from multiple agencies, including Houston, Eastex, Aldine Westfield, Sheldon, Spring, Atascocita and Huffman, joined to battle the blaze. At least 24 units were damaged. The building was under renovation and no injuries were reported.

  • Man shot to death during argument with woman at southwest Houston apartment complex

    HOUSTON — Police are searching for the suspect who shot and killed a man who was arguing with a woman at a southwest Houston apartment complex early Wednesday. The shooting happened at the Piper’s Crossing apartments in the 12500 block of Sandpiper around 2 a.m. According to Houston police, the victim was arguing with a woman when another man intervened. The person who intervened allegedly opened fire, then fled the scene. The victim was shot an unknown number of times […]

  • Police searching for teen who allegedly threatened to beat mother with bat

    HOUSTON — Houston police are searching for a 17-year-old who ran off after smashing up his home and threatening his mother with a bat. Police were dispatched to a home in the 5200 block of Penfield around 12:15 a.m. Wednesday for a family disturbance. A woman called and reported that her teen son was acting erratically, smashing up everything in the home with a bat and also threatened to strike her with it. The boy fled on foot when officers […]

  • 7-year-old skateboarder dies after struck by car in west Houston

    HOUSTON — A 7-year-old skateboarder died Tuesday night after being struck by a driver at a west Houston apartment complex. According to Houston police, the boy was lying on his skateboard and riding it through an apartment parking lot in the 2300 block of Hayes when he was struck by a vehicle. A woman and at least three or four children were in the car, and the woman did not see the boy before it was too late. The boy […]