The Defender Digital Editions

October 22, 2015

 

  • Local Newstalk: TSU addresses new rules, campus carry; Shoot suspect charged
  • Early voting begins Oct. 19; Interim fire chief named
  • National: Black teachers decline as minority students increase; St. Louis churches targeted by arsonists
  • Oprah Winfrey’s Weight Watchers deal pays off
  • Business: Agency seeks partners for business
  • Entertainment: Rhonda Ross upholds musical legacy
  • Houston adopts plan for more access to arts
  • Cornel West speaks at UH-Downtown; Malcolm X’s daughter comes to TSU
  • Baylor program prepares future medical leaders
  • New breast cancer screening guidelines issued
  • Students benefit from gardening initiative
  • Follow fitness suggestions for aging well
  • Pro & College Sports: SWAC race tightens, Houston hosts title game
  • High School Sports: Bellaire sisters ready for volleyball playoffs
  • Top Events: 21st annual Pinnacle Awards; Kim Roxie & Star of Hope baby shower; MD 

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