The Defender Digital Editions

September 17, 2015

 

  • Local Newstalk: Two HISD students killed in bus crash; Tolans settle case with Bellaire; Grier leaving HISD in March
  • National: NAACP ends historic Journey for Justice; Blake says NY officer doesn’t deserve badge
  • Americans urged to walk more
  • Entertainment: Meagan Good plays detective on ‘Minority Report’
  • Health, Defender Special Edition: Joint Pain- About Arthritis; Caring for kids with arthritis; Lupus more prevalent in Black women; MD Anderson- Looking back on a year fighting breast cancer; Center Fold: Joint pain top to bottom; Know the causes, symptoms, treatment; Five facts about bone cancer; Memorial Hermann- Memorial Hermann’s health centers for schools Keeping students healthy, ready to learn; Texas Children’s Hospital- Supporting your child after accidental injury; Identifying post-traumatic stress symptoms after accidents; What parents need to know about dog bites; Kelsey-Seybold- Cholesterol: The good, the bad, the ugly
  • Decide if your business is ready to export
  • Survey reveals attitudes about race relations
  • Texas Legislative Internship registration open
  • Pro & College Sports: Houston sports legend Moses Malone dead
  • High School Sports: Sterling’s Hall aims to be impact player
  • Top Events: #Justvibing with outspoken Bean; Hope Through Grace walk; Wheeler Avenue celebrates troop 242

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