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  • India Uber driver allegedly rapes passenger

    HOUSTON, Texas — Just a week ago the ridesharing company Uber was celebrating its launch in several Asian countries. However, that celebration has been quickly cut short. An Uber driver in India was arrested after the alleged rape of a customer over the weekend and now Uber and other ridesharing apps have been banned in New Delhi. Uber released a statement saying, “What happened over the weekend in New Delhi is horrific. Our entire team’s hearts go out to the […]

  • Defensive back Robert Walker snags this week’s Class Act

    HOUSTON, Tx — Dickinson High School senior Robert ‘Robby’ Walker is in his third year on varsity and currently in the second round of the playoffs. He has been getting a lot of attention as a defensive back, playing a big role in the team’s last win against Cy-Fair. Being a team leader and a good classmate, it’s easy to see why he is a Class Act.

  • Houston gym wants you to work out during the holidays

    HOUSTON, Texas — Studies show that on average, people usually gain at least one pound between Thanksgiving and Christmas, but they rarely ever lose that weight. Local Houston gym IX Innovations is trying to get people to work up a little sweat during the holidays. You even get a free workout if you bring in five canned goods. Trainer Firdose Khan said, “Keep it active. It doesn’t have to be in the gym and it doesn’t have to be the […]

  • Texans honor military during Sunday’s game

    HOUSTON, Texas — By the end of the Texans game against the Bengals, it was hard to think about anything other than bad offense and a losing score. Unfortunately the Bengals beat the Texans 22-13. But more important than a win-loss record is a salute to service. Former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell was the man leading the team out prior to the game. Luttrell said, “I’m very fortunate to be the one out of all the men and women here […]

  • Jalen Hurts passes the competition to be Class Act

    HOUSTON, Texas — Jalen Hurts is a junior varsity quarterback at Channelview High School. Their football season just ended but he is already talking about how he can improve in the offseason. He’s already talking about how he will lead his team to the playoffs in his senior year.

  • Texans host military barbecue lunch and practice visit

    HOUSTON, Texas — The Texans hosted over 200 military service men and women from Wounded Warriors Project, USO and the Lone Star Veteran Association, providing lunch and an up-close look at how the gridiron warriors do their thing. The barbecue at NRG Stadium was served by the Lady Texans – the wives and significant others of Texans players and coaches. The food was cooked up by the Texans Brew Crew and Battle Red Wagon award-winning Texans tailgating team, all to […]

  • Giancarlo Stanton gets record $325M deal with Miami Marlins

    MIAMI, Florida — The $325 million dollar contract Giancarlo Stanton got with the Miami Marlins gives Stanton the biggest contract in North American sports. Stanton’s deal nets him $25 million a year which equals out to just over a $150,000 for every game. Stanton will make more than any current player in the NFL, NBA or NHL. The 24-year old rightfielder has hit 154 homeruns in his career and finished second in the National League for the MVP in 2014.

  • Texans vs Browns is around the corner

    HOUSTON, Texas — Texans starting quarterback Ryan Mallett stepped up to the podium and said, “I’m just ready to play football. It’s been a while and I’m ready to go.” This Sunday, the Texans travel to Cleveland to go toe-to-toe with the Browns. Reports from head coach Bill O’Brien after a week of practice with Ryan Mallett at quarterback sound pretty encouraging. O’Brien said, “It’s everything that we thought it would be. Good command. Good huddle operation. He’s throwing the ball […]

  • Is J.J. Watt the next victim of the Sports Illustrated cover curse?

    HOUSTON, Texas — Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was busy during his bye week being featured on the covers of both Sports Illustrated and ESPN Magazines. Watt said, “I get all of my work done, put in extra work, do all different types of things and then if there’s an opportunity to do something, I take advantage of that.” Watt certainly deserves the cover treatment. Watt could become the first defensive player to win MVP in 28 years. There’s only […]

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