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Mariah Carey expecting first child

Singer Mariah Carey tells "Access Hollywood" she is pregnant.

‘King of Pop’ tops Forbes deceased celebrity earning list

Michael Jackson is the highest earning deceased celebrity, according to Forbes magazine.

New book helps businesses understand social media

In this new age of emerging media, how do organizations make sure their social media efforts are creating a positive return on investment?

Ed-Entrepreneur Center launches new innovative programs for urban school leaders

The ED-Entrepreneur Center addresses the need for effective leaders in high need schools and will bring an entrepreneurial mindset to the field of education to transform schools.

Cowboys’ Bradie James and Methodist team up against breast cancer

Dallas Cowboys’ linebacker Bradie James is teaming up with Methodist Dallas Health System for Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The Boneyard Haunted House set to reopen

The Boneyhard Haunted House prepares to crack open its doors and exploit your fears.

African-Americans, Women, and Southerners talk and text the most in the U.S.

According to Nielsen, African-Americans use the most voice minutes – on average more than 1,300 a month.

Hamilton Park resident recognized by three Presidents and a Governor

Local resident honored by three U.S. Presidents and Governor of Texas.

Telling the Gospel in Jazz

Ivy Carter talks with gospel jazz legend Kirk Whalum.
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