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Josh Brown, NFL Giants kicker admits to domestic abuse

Josh Brown was suspended by the NFL based on allegations of domestic abuse. Now, new evidence from a sheriff's investigation show evidence that Brown admitted to assaulting his wife. The league has yet to take any action, but are investigating further in this matter. See link for further details.  

After almost 25 years, Northside finally beats Furr

The recent game between Northside High School and Furr High School ended with a heart-pounding play that resulted in a final score of 26-22 respectively. In recent years, Furr High School had taken victory over Northside, however through a series of plays that were unexpected on both fronts, it ended with

President Obama’s opinion on the freedom of speech expressed by Colin Kaepernick

NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, has been getting mixed emotions from people around the country for kneeling and sitting during the national anthem during his football games. President Obama has openly expressed his opinion on the situation.   Click the link for more information:

Arian Foster gets cut off

By Jala Jones The Houston Texans are letting running back Arian Foster go. Foster is Houston's all-time leading rusher with 6,472 rushing yards. Who will do the Namaste bow for the Texans now? It shouldn’t be a shock to anyone that he is being released since he has been injured for a

USWNT On the Road to Rio; Wins 5-0 Against Trinidad and Tobago

By Callie Wariner The United States Woman’s National Team dominated the field on February 19th during their semifinal match against the team of Trinidad and Tobago. With a 5-0 win on their shoulders, the team qualifies to play and compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. This isn’t a shock considering the USWNT has

At the opening tip.

By: Lorenzo Moore At the opening tip, he is motivated to gain control of the ball. With the support of his teammates, family and friends, nothing can stop this vicious ball playing machine. All around him, the players are competitive, the situation is intense. Except, this player only has one arm to compete with. Meet

El Salvador v. Haiti 10/9/15

By Callie Wariner El Salvador and Haiti faced off in a friendly game Friday night at the BBVA Compass stadium in Houston. However, the game was hardly friendly in between both teams. The stadium was mostly packed with Salvadorans who were not friendly towards the Haitian team. The first goal of the game

Davis volleyball team serves a rough start

By: Alexis Medrano The 3-4 volleyball squad expect to make a turnaround for the season despite a rough start for the lady Panthers. "The team has more people who’d never played Varsity, and never played together." said Lead Coach Garna Grant. ”It was rough.” Even though the team lost their first few games, Grant expects

Madison Marlins ready to strike this season

By Cassandra Gonzalez Despite having a sour start in their game against Fort Bend Marshall, Madison High School’s Football team is looking forward to this year’s season. With last year’s positive results in district, the Madison Marlins’ fighting power  is fueled by their desire to aim even higher. Seeing both the improvement of the current players and the incoming freshmen talent; head coach Pat Reinecke believes they have a chance to

Basketball player works through injury

By: Jarvis Dillard Sweating from a hard afternoon of practice, one could not tell that just a month ago, Joi Simmons couldn’t play basketball. For athletes, an injury can be a stumbling block for their career and can possibly end that career. To Simmons, it was an eye opener. As a young

Houston Dynamo Wins 3-0

By: Cristian Moralez On a rainy Saturday night, Houston Dynamo received  Montreal Impact,CONCACAF league finalist, seeking to come out with a needed win. Dynamo made its way back home losing last weeks game against Seattle Sounders. In the first half the game Houston Dynamo surprised with a header of Gil barnes in the

Orlando City surprises Dynamo

By:Cristian Moralez Kaka and Orlando City surprised Houston, with a help of Tyler Deric. With a game played mostly in the midfield and a huge error of goalkeeper Tyler Deric, Orlando City won their first game in the MLS 2015 season visiting the mighty orange Houston Dynamo. In a stadium nearly full with

Orlando City Surprises Houston

By:Cristian Moralez With a game played mostly in the midfield and a huge error of goalkeeper Tyler Deric, Orlando City won their first game in the MLS 2015 season visiting the mighty orange Houston Dynamo. In a stadium nearly full with its capacity, The orange machine was in look for their second

Late 3-pointer downs TSU in loss to Prairie View A&M

The H&PE Arena was packed on Saturday night. The crowd arrived early. Something special was going on the Texas Southern campus. A happening was occurring. Even if it was a late start. It was TSU and Prairie View A&M in men's basketball. The TSU band was lively and entertaining, both teams'

Neuer, Messi and Ronaldo Finalist for the Golden Ball

By: Cristian Moralez Lionel Messi , Cristiano Ronaldo and Manuel Neuer will be disputing the Golden ball for 2014. The Finalist were nominated this afternoon according to FIFA and a French Magazine. The World cup goalie champion, the Sub champion and the best League champion will announced  January 12, 2015. Click Here to learn

Mexico vs Netherlands the rematch

By: Cristian Moralez   It has been four months after the controversial penalty shot that left Mexico out of the Fifa World cup 2014. But today is the rematch, starting at 2:30 p.m. in Amsterdam Arena , Amsterdam, Netherlands. Mexico will have the anticipated rematch after Netherlands eliminated them from a faked

HSB Committee unveils 2017 Super Bowl logo

By: Jaliyyah Hodge     HOUSTON – The Houston Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled its official logo Sunday at the Houston Texans match-up against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Kipsang Keitany wins New Yorks Marathon

By: Cristian Moralez Wilson Kipsang conquered the 2014 New York Marathon this past Sunday with a record of 2 hours, 10 minutes and 59 seconds. A little over one year, Kipsang has won marathons in Berlin, London and New York were he is will be receiving a bonus of half a Million

Raul New Player of New York Cosmos

By: Cristian Moralez   The New York Cosmos have confirmed the Spain player Raul Gonzalez. The confirmation has been made and expect the player to make the season 2015.  The player had an extraordinary season with Real Madrid and Shallke 04. Click Here to learn more

Adrian Peterson Child Abuser?

By: Keondre Osbonre Along with all the other legal issues that the National Football League is having with other players, the Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, has a pending case of child abuse toward one of his children. He has had interviews with the police without an attorney. He has made

Rice Ray Termination

By: Keondre Osborne The National Football League commissioner was all over the place with the handling of the Ray Rice story. First, the commissioner gave Mr. Rice too light of a punishment. Then the N.F.L. office, as well as the commissioner, couldn't take the public criticism about the way Rice was punished. Then Rice's wife, Janay