Admission Possible is a band formed by University of Houston - Downtown staff members. The group performs "Give Me My Two Dollars."
Bartender arrested after assaulting woman in Dallas
Video shows Austin Shuffield, 30, brutally beating a 24-year-old woman following a dispute over parking.
When the woman tried to contact police and 911, Shuffield is captured on video knocking the phone out of her hand. She immediately hit him in retaliation. He punched the woman in the face and some people are saying the bartender should be charged with a hate crime.
Shuffield has been arrested and charged with assault and blocking a 911 call.Read the full article
Wendy Williams targets Houston attorney in 'Hot Topics'
Following her public plea for understanding and support during her stay at a sober house, talk show host Wendy Williams ridiculed Houston-based attorney Xochi Greer during her popular "Hot Topics" segment. Williams said Greer, a single mother to three children, should lose her legal career for undergoing $30,000 in plastic surgery procedures to look like Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle.
Greer and fellow attorney Jason Rowe discuss with Isiah Carey how her life has been affected by Williams' segment on national television and the show's social media platforms.Read the full article
New Zealand prime minister vows never to say gunman's name
New Zealand's prime minister announced a ban on all assault rifles, military-style semiautomatic rifles, and high capacity magazines. It comes about a week after 50 people were killed in attacks on two mosques. The self-described white supremacist who attacked the worshippers used to assault rifles that were legally purchased and then modified to enhance firing capability.
The prime minister vows never to say the gunman's name, so why don't we do the same thing in the United States?
"It sends a signal out to would-be copycats. He was seeking attention, and by slamming his name shut, he doesn't get the attention that he wants," said Andy Kahn with Crime Stoppers Houston. "There was a study done recently that found school shooters and wannabe school shooters actually emulated the Columbine shooters, because we gave them the infamy and immortality they don't deserve."Read the full article