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Waterparks ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 4 Waterparks Houston local band Waterparks is one of the newest additions to Equal Vision Records. In November 2015, Awesten Knight, Geoff Wigington, and Otto Wood announced their signing to the label and released the puppie-filled music video for their new single

Updated at 3:32 p.m. One suspect is at the hospital and another has been taken into custody after the Houston Police Department investigated an officer-involved shooting at a gas station in Southeast Houston Friday night. Police said the shooting occurred at around 9 p.m. at the Valero gas station located
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How many hours do you spend completing homework, attending classes, taking part in organizations or working at your job? Now take a moment to think about your last meal. Will your body appreciate skipping breakfast this morning in exchange for snacking on Hot Cheetos later in the evening? With a

The chant “Let’s go, Cougars!” echoed loudly inside Hofheinz Pavilion as fans stood on their feet, cheering as Devonta Pollard rallied the Houston Cougars against the Southern Methodist Mustangs, Monday night. Suffering a defeat against SMU less than two weeks ago, in Dallas, the Cougars were determined  to not let

The UH Cougars get revenge and pull off the upset as they drop #12 SMU at home, 71-68. Devonta Pollard scored 23 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to give Houston their biggest win in years. Photos by Andre Brooks

Desperate for a win after dropping four straight games, head coach Kelvin Sampson knew he had to up the style of play against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.  “When we left the meeting Sunday, we knew what we had to do and that was push the pace,” said Sampson. “We’re no

UH Cougars Basketball finally gets off the schneid against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, as they win 81-66. Galen Robinson led the way for the Coogs with 19 points to help snap a 4-game losing streak. Photos by Matt Flora
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To make it as a journalist, students have to obtain experience through multiple internships, be creative, learn a variety of multimedia skills and master the art of storytelling. Luis Ortiz, a sports anchor at FOX 2 in McAllen, TX, got his start as a journalist working as a writer for

The Houston Dynamo might have lost one of its most notable players, Brad Davis, who had played for Houston since the team’s first season, but on the good side, they now have nine new players that have the chance to become icons. With all the new signees, the Dynamo is

New faces, old faces, and Oscar De La Hoya joined the Houston Dynamo and team staff this week, at Houston Sports Park, during their practice for the upcoming 2016 season. Photos by Matt Flora