The Prairie View A&M women’s basketball team earned its first Southwestern Athletic Conference win after defeating Grambling State 67-54 after a second quarter surge.
Rosales remains on top of standings after day two of SWAC West RoundUp
While the city of Houston is stumped and demanding answers as to why embattled Texas Southern University President Austin Lane was placed on paid administrative leave, African American News and Issues has obtained documents which provide a little more insight on the decision.
Millennials want to know that you care. Yes, it does take a village to raise a child, but that is only half of the battle. We also deserve to be equipped with the necessary tools to face all of the challenges that we are faced with today.
Crespo Elementary School fourth-grader Brandon Curbow’s speech on what civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision would be for America in 2020 won first place at the MLK, Jr. Oratory Competition, which featured a field of 12 Houston Independent School District students.
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Set your timers and get your walking shoes ready for the two Martin Luther King Jr. Day parades in Houston that will be celebrating the life and legacy of the legendary civil rights activist.
For our "Living Legend" this week, we honor world icon and Texas native George Foreman, who has been named grand marshal of Houston’s 42nd Annual “Original” Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade.
New York Jets legend and Texas Southern University alumni Winston Hill was selected for entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
DALLAS — Prairie View A&M bowling sits atop the standings following day one of the Southwestern Athletic Conference West Bowling Roundup. The Panthers went 4-1 to open competition with freshman Patricia Rosales leading the charge, bowling four games of 200 or better to sit in first place with an average of 197 among individual players.