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    HOUSTON—A year since its introduction, the Post 9/11 GI Bill continues to leave a trail of frustrated veterans nationwide. Despite the promise of future benefits, which were made prior to enlistment, many veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces have yet to receive their corresponding rewards. Jacobí Montgomery, 28, is …

    Catherine McAdoo was raised in a good home, but she still has fear in her heart about her experience as a victim of human trafficking nearly ten years ago. “I’m afraid that he’ll get out and that he’ll come find me,” said McAdoo of the man named who allegedly …

Houstonians are fighting back against unlawful towing that is occurring in private parking lots and garages. Presciliano Diaz is just one of hundreds of victims who have been improperly towed from a parking facility. In December 2007 his car was towed for alleged non-payment near Jefferson and Louisiana Street after the …

    Due to the recent census counts, Houston is currently looking to add two new districts, which Latino organizations are strongly against. The Coalition is composed of non-profit organizations like LULAC, the National Hispanic Professional Organization and the parent company of The Venture, EGMN. This group is currently asking …

    Dear Mr. President: We write to discuss our mutual interest in a talented group of responsible young people with the potential to further enrich our great nation:  individuals eligible for immigration relief under the DREAM Act. We know that you share our desire to enact comprehensive immigration reform …

Why is diabetes so high for Hispanic people? The thrifty gene may be causing the problem. This gene causes the body to store extra amounts of fat and sugars.

The Coalition, a group of concerned leaders representing over 20 community organizations, rejects the proposed 2011 Houston redistricting plan.