The Defender Digital Editions

August 27, 2015


  • Local Newstalk: Prairie View renames road after Bland; Coleman questions DPS stops; Back to school
  • National: Farrakhan focuses on Oct. march, economics; Louis Stokes remembered as political pioneer
  • Awareness of cancer in kids encouraged; MD Anderson building new outpatient center
  • Entertainment: Prime time for Loretta Devine
  • Center Fold: Hurricane Katrina: 10 years later; Thoughts on New Orleans; New Orleans residents reflect, reunite
  • Opinion: LeBron James gives kids a chance
  • Pro & College Sports: TSU Tigers have no restrictions in 2015
  • High School Sports: Kalyn Greer does it all for Austin H.S. volleyball
  • Business: Black chamber, auto dealers sign agreement; Improve your business credit scores
  • Top Events: National Association of Real Estate Brokers Welcome Reception; World Youth Foundation Leadership Conference; Diamonds And Pearls Hair Cut Charity

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