Black Restaurant Week Kickoff previews main event
Black Restaurant Week launches it’s ‘First Taste’ media media mixer ahead of April festivities.
For March Madness bets, bench the credit cards
With unpredictable fees, your credit card is better off riding the bench in sports bets.
Astros ready to resume dominance
With nearly their entire championship team back, the Astros could win the world title.
Pollyticks: game-changing shake-ups all around
Here’s a roundup of the game-changing political news of the week.
3 things every homeowner should do at the start of spring
This maintenance checklist will ensure your home systems run smoothly.
Sports Briefs: Houston’s Final Four, zero Texas teams
UH and UT had a chance to make the Final Four, but came up short.
Doing the bare minimum with debt can cost you
Changing up your payment habits can be well worth the effort in the long run.
Threats to marriage rights are threats to all rights
People For The American Way’s Svante Myrick shares his thoughts on same-sex marriage rights.
DN+ shares storytelling that reflects the diverse interests and experiences of Black Houston area readers.
Where Blacks in the Houston area meet neighbors, learn about Black businesses and share experiences
HUD: $5.5M funding opportunity for HBCU-led housing research
The research will initiate an ongoing series of housing reports focused on underserved communities.
NewsBriefs for Week of March 31
From police misconduct to free legal counseling, here are news briefs for March 31.
Schools are tracking everything students do
Insane amounts of student information tracked by schools coupled with inadequate data protection spells trouble.
Reporter’s Message: School shootings, digital blackface, Jonathan Majors
Defender Network reporter Laura Onyeneho gets straight “To The Point” on the latest trending news.
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Debt, expenses stress lower income households
A new poll shows that personal finances are a major stressor for some households.
Deputies accused of shoving guns in mouths of 2 Black men
In one fatal confrontation, a mother said a deputy kneeled on her son’s neck.
Report: Obamacare significantly reduced healthcare racial disparities
More than 5 million people gained coverage between 2020 and early 2022, federal data showed.