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Third Ward shop raising voices in the black comic book community

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CHANGING THE NARRATIVE: Inside Houston's first and only black-owned comic book store
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Bitty & Beau's Coffee empowering people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

1 day ago   |   ABC

CREATING A BRIDGE: Bitty and Beau's changing the way people see those with disabilities
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Birthday Bash Box celebrates underserved children on their big day

2 days ago   |   ABC

Every child should have a present to open on their birthday. One young woman is making sure they get a gift and a lot more.
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Texas teenager creates app to give non-verbal sister a voice

4 days ago   |   ABC

Texas teen Calder Archer developed an app called Freespeech that helps his non-verbal sister communicate using buttons that represent words.
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New Houston spot serving up burgers and fries 'chopped and screwed'

7 days ago   |   ABC

CHOPPED & SCREWED: The new burger spot on Washington Avenue is paying homage to Houston and New York City cultures
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Marcus Sasser and the UH Cougars ready for a Championship run!

10 days ago   |   ABC

University of Houston Senior Marcus Sasser ready to lead the Cougars back to the Final Four.
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Discover the art behind glass blowing at Juggernaut Glass in the Heights

11 days ago   |   ABC

BEST IN GLASS: The 'old world skill' that involves temperatures reaching 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit
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Women's Elite Boxing Gym more than just punching power!

15 days ago   |   ABC

Jab, Hook, Uppercut, the Women's Elite Boxing Club is celebrating their 10th Anniversary.
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No Fear: 7-year-old Friendswood BMX star racing to the top

17 days ago   |   ABC

'He's really determined': Get to know the 7-year-old BMX prodigy out of Friendswood
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League City handcyclist defies the odds to come out on top

21 days ago   |   ABC

'So much is possible': How a League City handcyclist born with a rare disease is proving doctors wrong
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China balloon: Many questions about suspected spy in the sky

China balloon: Many questions about suspected spy in the sky

The Pentagon says the balloon, which is carrying sensors and surveillance equipment, is maneuverable and has shown it can change course. Read more ...

With wind chills like these, frostbite happens in minutes

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Clemson University ‘Affirmative Action Bake Sale' Cookie Prices Based On The...

Clemson University ‘Affirmative Action Bake Sale' Cookie Prices Based On The Buyer's Race

A southern college campus stunt meant to amplify “racist” criticism over affirmative action that downplays the educational value and accomplishments of people of color has gone... Read more ...

Videocast: Warmer days ahead

Videocast: Warmer days ahead

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Poetry finally has its own Grammy category - mostly thanks to J. Ivy, nominee

Poetry finally has its own Grammy category - mostly thanks to J. Ivy, nominee

Poet J. Ivy is a nominee for the Grammys' Best Spoken Word Poetry Album award - a new category he helped create, after petitioning the Recording Academy. (Image credit: Matt... Read more ...

The logic behind the terror: Why does Ukraine keep attacking civilian areas...

The logic behind the terror: Why does Ukraine keep attacking civilian areas in Donetsk?

Rockets have hit peaceful neighborhoods once again. Why does Kiev continue its policy, if not purely out of hate? At least ten rockets hit central areas of Donetsk on Saturday... Read more ...

George Santos Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former Volunteer

The House Republican has been accused of grabbing a volunteer's groin without his consent. Read more ...

Olivia Dunne fans obey plea after LSU gymnast condemns wild scenes

Olivia Dunne fans obey plea after LSU gymnast condemns wild scenes

Looks like Olivia Dunne's fans finally got the memo. Read more ...

Space Foundation to award US Postal Service for 75 years of space stamps

Space Foundation to award US Postal Service for 75 years of space stamps

The Space Foundation is recognizing the United States Postal Service and its 75 years of space-themed postage with the Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award. Read more ...

Driver runs off after crash in Penn Hills

Driver runs off after crash in Penn Hills

Crash happened on Friday night Read more ...