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Ruthy Munoz

Ruthy Munoz

Ruthy Muñoz is a first-generation American born to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic. Born and raised in the Bronx, NY, she currently resides in Houston. Fluent in five languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian and Mandarin, Muñoz has an extensive understanding of people and cultures from traveling and living abroad. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Muñoz is currently pursuing her love of writing and languages at the University of Houston.

When A 2nd Cup coffee shop opened its doors in 2012, it was aiming to do more than just serve up freshly brewed coffee to caffeine enthusiasts in Houston. The non-profit coffee hub located in the Heights was looking to encourage its patrons to raise awareness and put an end

Alrededor de 70,000 personas viajaron a Houston para los eventos de Final Four que se llevaron a cabo el pasado fin de semana. Hubo eventos en el Centro de Convenciones George R. Brown como también en el estadio NRG y Discovery Green. Horas antes de que empezaran las actuaciones de

Latin beats, social justice, wild parties, love songs and a sprinkling of hybrid musical genres from the powerhouse lineup of Maroon 5, Pitbull, Aloe Blacc and Flo Rida closed out the three day March Madness Music Festival on Sunday night. Produced by Turner Sports Live Events, the Capital One Jam

Hours before the start of the event, University of Houston students began lining up at the Student Center Theater to attend an exclusive Q&A session with CNN host Anderson Cooper, who was in town to cover the last GOP debate before Super Tuesday.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard, announced their withdrawal from the presidential candidacy on Wednesday. Running in an often crowded Republican race that at one time had 16 contenders; neither candidate succeeded in capturing the necessary votes to survive the New Hampshire

Correction: Shannon Miles has not been charged with capital murder as previously stated. He is charged with killing Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth. Shannon Miles, accused of fatally shooting Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth at a Cypress Chevron gas station in August, is being committed to a state

After months of uncertainty over whether the final GOP debate would be held at the University of Houston, officials confirmed Wednesday that the university will host the debate in Moores Opera House on Feb. 25.

Having a job is a luxury many Americans don’t have. Those lucky enough to have one want to hang on to theirs at all costs. So, it’s not surprising that even when work conditions aren’t the best, employees don’t speak out for fear of retaliation. People have bills to pay

Strangers joined family, friends, dignitaries and law enforcement officers from around the nation to give Goforth a hero’s sendoff. By the request of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, attendees donned in blue in support of law enforcement.

Shannon J. Miles, the 30-year-old man from Cypress, is facing charges of capital murder in the shooting death of Harris County sheriff’s deputy Darren Goforth. Miles, who was scheduled for his arraignment Monday morning, appeared in shackles and handcuffs as Judge Denise Collins ordered the defendant be held without bond and appointed him two attorneys.