The solar energy industry is experiencing massive growth but is facing a severe shortage of skilled solar professionals. Lone Star College and RigUp have announced a partnership to provide free training for students interested in joining the growing renewable energy industry.
Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, the esteemed religious leader who advised both President Barack Obama and President George W. Bush, will serve time in prison for his part in bilking millions of dollars out of unsuspecting people in an investment scheme.
For one African American family in Houston, education plays a monumental role in their lives and in the lives of their children. Rev. Edwin A. Davis, Ed.D. and Charlotte J. Davis, Ph.D. have both had their own personal educational journeys.
The City of Houston is encouraging its residents to protect their health during the global pandemic, with many of them leading the way in publicly receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations.
The City of Houston announced that the Houston Health Department is opening the city’s first free COVID-19 vaccination clinics, expanding vaccine access to the general public at high risk of severe illness and death from coronavirus disease.
Houston native, educator and entrepreneur Dr. LaKeisha Menifee, affectionately known as “Dr. KiKi,” teamed up with local black-owned businesses to bring much-needed holiday cheer to those hardest hit by the pandemic.
Texas Southern University students made an appearance on the "TODAY" show while giving back to their community. Torian “Ian” Parker, a senior history major, and Khristopher Singletary, a sophomore computer science major, are volunteers at the Houston Food Bank and made a cameo appearance on the show Tuesday morning.
A Houston community servant and “Ma Dear” to all, Pearlie Mae Lane Tezino, died at the age of 95.
Whitetail deer in the wild don’t migrate; they remain in an area about the size of seven square blocks all year. But, this year, some of the most prestigious of the species in the country are making a move south about 250 miles this December 2020.
Lone Star College students from LSC-Kingwood and LSC-Tomball received recognition as Distinguished Delegation at this year’s National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference. The event, which was held virtually this year, took place Nov. 6 – 8.