A black male real estate investor, Michael Hayes, record an encounter he says he had while he was checking on a property in Memphis. Hayes says a white woman came out of the neighboring house and aggressively questioned him – asking Hayes what he was doing in the house and the neighborhood. The woman then called the police for him. Here's where the story shows a glimmer of hope for us all. When police arrived, a white male police officer shut the angry woman down. He told her if she caused any problems for Hayes, who had his proof and paperwork, she would be taken to jail. On the Factor to talk about this are Houston area real estate agents Mish Guillory and Garland Bennett.
Rapper Baby Bash's CBD products helping teen deal with seizures
He was one of the first entrepreneurs in Houston who entered the legal marijuana business on the east coast.
Now that CBD and hemp have taken the country by storm, rapper Baby Bash has finally been able to open a store here in Houston.
He has also partnered with Jonathan Gwynn, and now the pair have been able to help a local teen suffering from seizures.Read the full article
Former Houston police officers charged with murder in Harding Street raid
Two former Houston police officers have been charged in connection to the deadly Harding Street raid, the Harris County District Attorney's Office announced on Friday.
Gerald Goines has been charged with two counts of felony murder.
Steven Bryant is charged with second-degree tampering with a government document.Read the full article
Fandemic Tour brings new convention experience to Houston
The Fandemic Tour is a new Comic-Con convention experience where you can see the stars of some of your favorite movies and television shows.
In addition to comic artists, cosplayers, and other exhibits, they will have a great lineup of celebrity guests. It happens October 18-20.Read the full article