We hold tea parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and cooking and painting parties, so when it comes to a fighting COVID party, it does not necessarily sound like a crazy thing! Because now, groups of at least five people can schedule a mobile clinic to come to just about anywhere […]Read More
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KTSU 90.9FM is proudly leading 14 other HBCU licensed public radio stations in a joint fight to knock out coronavirus in our communities. The legendary radio station, which is located on the campus of Texas Southern University, is one of the HBCU recipients of a $150,000 grant funded by The […]Read More
The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards committee has decided to postponed the highly-anticipated awards show due to the coronavirus. The show, which was scheduled to air on January 31, has been moved to March 14. A statement was released on the Recording Academy’s Instagram page. “After thoughtful conversations with health experts, […]Read More
Leading by example to encourage Houstonians to protect their health during the global pandemic, Mayor Sylvester Turner rolled up his sleeve to get a Moderna COVID-19 vaccination Monday afternoon. The mayor was joined by a diverse group of community members, health care personnel, and essential frontline workers. The doses were […]Read More
HOUSTON – City Council recently approved a $624,960 program to provide internet vouchers to low-income Houstonians. Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Health Equity Response (H.E.R.) Task Force has partnered with Comcast to provide approximately 5,000 vouchers to qualifying applicants from now until December 20, 2020. This agreement will ensure qualifying applicants can […]Read More