Today is Martin Luther King Jr. day. Here is a man who preached non-violent reform. Though he was featured on national media and drew a lot of attention, his stage was certainly never as big as the one held by the President of the United States. Has Obama's election proved to be a step forward or a step backward. Take our poll.
Do you like to ride bikes? What are you doing tomorrow morning? You could help the kids at St. Nicholas Center and take a ride through Moss Bluff and Sam Houston Park with other bikers at the Wheels of Hope Charity Bike Ride.
The ride starts tomorrow morning at 8 a...
A family of ducks halt an IndyCar practice session at Belle Isle on June 01, 2013. Safety stewards did remove the little family from the track for theirs and the drivers safety before the practice resumed. Watch the close calls.
U.S. Congressmen Charles Boustany and Jeff Landry finally sat down for an actual debate tonight and got to the heart of a lot of interesting questions on Obamacare, Medicare, negative campaigning, and jobs in the oil and gas industry. If you missed it, we have the full debate, broken down into questions so you can hear the parts you're interested in.
It was a very informative night in the sole, exclusive debate between U.S. Congressmen Jeff Landry and Charles Boustany tonight. In the second part of tonight's debate, they touched on the national debt ceiling, their votes while in Congress, the nation's taxation problems and the negative feelings toward Congress. Here's the audio from the second half of the show.