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Hazel takes deep breaths as her husband stalks towards her, expression furious and teeth set on edge. He grabs at her arms, jostling her in place. She struggles against him, but he forces her down onto the kitchen counter as the half-finished soup boils. This sexual assault is common in …

KPRC Ch. 2 reporter, Rose-ann Arragon, sat down with 9 students for a roundtable discussion on midterms, political apathy among millennials and what motivates them to go to the polls.  Not surprising, social media and college attendance play a big role in shaping the political views of young voters.   …

As a senior in college, I was looking for a good workout. At 220 pounds, I started my regimen with a physical trainer. Little did I know, that began the shift in lifestyle that would pave the way for my future in combat sports.  Boxing and MMA changed my body …

Three weeks after recovering from a gastrointestinal bug, Mark Mozer was working in his office when suddenly he couldn’t feel his legs anymore. His brother, Kurt, took him to the emergency room, where he found out he had Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare autoimmune disease. “For a long time, I was …

Mexico and Uruguay take the field for the first time since the World Cup 2018 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX Friday night.  Mexico, however, hasn’t been able to find a head coach since Juan Carlos Osorio stepped down. Tigres UANL head coach, Ricardo Ferretti, is Mexico’s interim head coach …

Houston fans got the opportunity to experience another victory over Los Angeles Wednesday night, although this time it wasn’t on the diamond but on a soccer field.   After a grueling and excruciating round of penalty kicks, the Houston Dynamo prevail over the Los Angeles FC to advance to the …

Community activists, educators, and concerned parents met at AAMA high school to protest the name change of Mexican-American studies to “Ethnic Studies: An Overview of Americans of Mexican Descent”.    The name change, proposed by Beaumont Republican Board of Education member David Bradley has caused friction between segments of the Mexican-American …

Harris County Sheriff’s Office investigators are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man suspected of slashing a woman with a knife while yelling anti-Muslim slurs at her.  The victim, a 25-year-old woman, told investigators that she was driving home from her job at North Cypress Medical Center, 21214 Northwest …

Make Houston Like Mike It’s official, it’s the University of Houston’s Jordan year! We’ve seen seen Michigan, Oregon, and Georgetown’s limited edition Jordan’s and now, Houston is getting their own! They will be the first Jordan school in Texas and we all know that’s kind of a big deal. There …

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] At the March for Our Lives rally in downtown Houston on March 24, student organizers became involved for different reasons, but the overall sentiment was the same. Change needed to happen to make schools safer so that no student could lose their life to gun …