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Houston Newsmakers March 22: Early education, children’s health snapshot and children’s festival

Early childhood education, health snapshots for Southeast Texas and the McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival are the topics for this week.

Newsmakers March 15: McNairs hope to raise funds for Hope Lodge Houston

Houston Texans founder and CEO Bob McNair and his wife Janice McNair are challenging Houstonians to help them raise the money needed to build Hope Lodge Houston, a residence for cancer patients…

Houston Newsmakers March 8: FBI offers $100K reward, superintendent speaks

The FBI teams with Brinks to offer up to $100,000 reward for information, Spring ISD's superintendent speaks about taking action to fix systematic widespread problems and the Metamorphosis…

Houston Newsmakers March 1: Chris Bell for mayor? Slavery & Christianity

Former Houston city council member and congressman Chris Bell has announced he is running for mayor of Houston, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo starts this week and a look at how slavery…

Newsmakers Extra: Slavery's Impact On Christianity & The Black Church

One of this week's guests on 'Houston Newsmakers' with Khambrel Marshall is Reverend Dana Carson, Ph.D, Pastor of The Reflections of Christ's Kingdom Church (The R.O.C.K.).

Houston Newsmakers Feb. 22 What to do about immigration?

Victory was the claim of politicians in 26 states after a federal judge blocked President Barack Obama’s executive action which would have given legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants.…

Houston Newsmakers Feb. 15: Fifty Shades of Grey: Love or domestic abuse?

Millions have bought the "Fifty Shades of Grey" books and on Valentine's Day weekend millions will have the opportunity to see the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie. It is full of sensuality and sex but…

Houston Newsmakers Feb. 8: Super Bowl leader: City could make $500M

Sallie Sargent, President and CEO of the Houston Super Bowl Committee, said Houston's game in 2017 could earn $500 million on a $50 million investment.

Houston Newsmakers Jan. 25: HPD Chief hopes town hall will ease tension

HPD Chief Charles A. McClelland Jr. will hold a town hall meeting Feb. 7 and says it's just one way for the community to provide feedback.

Houston Newsmakers Jan. 18: Houston community colleges discussed

President Obama recently called for a plan that would allow all students who work for it to be able to earn two years of free community college education. The heads of three Houston-area community…

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