It’s a cold December night in the city of Houston and David Rodriguez is sitting on his wheelchair in the patio of a Starbucks waiting to share his story. Eager to help. He is wearing a dark green polo and a smile on his face. The most luxurious thing
Today and tomorrow, nearly 40,000 students will walk into in a new class at UH. Almost all will have butterflies in their stomach. Others, not so much. As a senior, I still get pretty nervous about the first day of school. There’s always that professor that makes you stand up and tell everyone in the class who you are, and for someone who is at times painfully shy, this is what I dread the most. So for a freshman, who is like a newborn fish thrown into an ocean of sharks, I can understand the jitters they might feel.
Para conocer una ciudad se necesita empezar por explorar sus calles y probar los ricos mangares que su gentil y calurosa gente te ofrece. Así es que una vez que llegué a Cádiz, lo primero que hice fue caminar por sus calles estrechas, pavimentadas con un adoquín gris como el granito que solo los gallegos en España conocen.
EGMN reporter Lizette Garcia sets out to find the top five hispanic leader’s everyone in the space city should know. Whether they’re helping young students land their dream job, or helping citizens better themselves, these distinct individuals have been recognized as exceptional beings who are contributing to their community. Follow
Luis Diaz and his family went to vacation in Branson, MO. According to Diaz, the manager objected to the cashier applying a discount to an entertainment package. The manager, who Diaz says is the man in the blue shirt in the video, wanted the family to pay full-price for the
Reporter Ruth Muñoz sat down for an exclusive interview with indie singer/songwriter Sarah Jaffe at Free Press Summer Fest to discuss her humble beginnings of performing in Denton, Texas, her influences and her growth as an artist and a person. Follow Ruthy Muñoz @ruthymuñoz for more stories.
Reporter Ruthy Muñoz got a one-on-one interview with Moji Abiola from Moji at the Free Press Summer Festival this past June. The soul-blues based singer chatted about the band’s first EP “Desert Son”, their songwriting process, and shared some secrets her audience didn’t know about. For more stories from Ruthy
Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies have arrested and charged three men who robbed and assaulted two store employees , and leading deputies on traffic pursuit in north east Harris county. On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at around 10:30pm, four men entered the Exxon Market located at 5798 N Sam Houston