Fashion expert J. Bolin called up Erica Campbell and GRIFF to talk about spring fashion!
In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF talks about a day he took a walk and was appreciating the beautiful weather, and then all of a sudden the sky opened up and a storm began! So after a moment of being unsure of what to do, GRIFF decided to call Juan to swing by and […]
Summer fashion is always exciting as we approach the scene fresh out of the dead of winter. But every year when we quickly plunge into the relentless heat, styling for optimal comfort and flyness can get a little tricky. But luckily, we have Goo Goo, fashion stylist extraordinaire, to give us some helpful tips on staying […]
Brazos River in Fort Bend County has surged to its highest level in over a century. The river is located about 30 miles southwest of Houston. https://twitter.com/ABC/status/737877198846185472 After days of heavy rain, flooding continues to occur in the area outside of Houston which has killed six people and damaged many homes. The National Weather Service issued a […]
Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the conditions on the ground and the latest developments in the deadly historic Houston flooding.
On Wednesday, a light dusting of snow caused tons of traffic in D.C., and even President Obama couldn’t escape the chaos.
Where is New Orleans 10 years later, take a look at this infographic to see how Hurricane Katrina affected the beloved city.
By Dan Delzell via:christianpost We live on a planet filled with storms. Some of them are huge….like Hurricane Sandy. Others weather patterns are rather small and cause little havoc. There are storms in our personal lives as well. Some of them tend to be crushing, while others come and go without incident. […]
Thursday 08/16/12 African dust with “Moderate” fine particulate levels is covering much of South, Central, and North Central Texas and eastern portions of West Texas.…