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Ty Herndon discusses new dance covers, future plans, technology Special

Country star Ty Herndon spoke with Digital Journal about his dance cover of "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" and his future plans, which will include more dance covers, a jazz classics album and a re-imagined album that features some of his No. 1 hits.

Review: Watch country star Ty Herndon cover this Whitney Houston classic Special

On October 23, country star Ty Herndon has covered Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody," which has a dance vibe to it.

Review: Heather Whitney impressive on new single 'What Part of Life' Special

On September 8, 201, Texas country singer-songwriter Heather Whitney released her impressive new single "What Part of Life."

Review: Heather Whitney releases catchy country single 'Moving On Song' Special

Singer-songwriter Heather Whitney, who hails from Southeast Texas, has released her latest country single "Moving On Song."

Jordin Sparks talks Lay's Experience with Operation Smile Special

New York - On February 7, Grammy-nominated singer Jordin Sparks sat down and chatted with me in New York City about the launch of The Lay's Smiles Experience.

'Dreamer' died rescuing Houston flood victims

Chicago - A volunteer rescuer who drowned trying to save others from the floods in Houston last week has been identified as a recipient of the immigration amnesty program the Trump administration ended Tuesday.

Houston folks at risk from toxic chemicals and bacteria

Houston - At least 13 of the 41 Superfund toxic waste sites in the Houston area have been flooded or damaged by Hurricane Harvey, according to the EPA, adding to the worries of health officials already concerned over bacterial contamination in the flood waters.

Michael Dell is raising $100 million to rebuild Houston

On Friday, tech billionaire Michael Dell broke his silence on what he plans to do for Houston, his home town that's been devastated by catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Harvey.

Op-Ed: Houston has a golden opportunity to come back as a 'smart city'

Houston - Before Hurricane Harvey hit the southeast coast of Texas, the U.S. had already been through nine weather and climate disaster events that saw losses exceeding $1 billion each, according to NOAA. The big question — Will Houston be smart when it rebuilds?

Thelma Houston back with new band show 'Motown, Memories & Me'

Grammy-winning songstress Thelma Houston is back with her new band show entitled "Thelma Houston: Motown, Memories & Me."

Dionne Warwick set to perform at charity awards show in Georgia Special

Atlanta-based charity the Not Alone Foundation recently announced its fifth annual Diamond Awards, featuring a special live performance by the legendary Dionne Warwick. Digital Journal spoke to her.

Houston shooting not terror related, gunman 'disgruntled' lawyer

Houston - A gunman at a strip mall in Houston wounded nine, one critically, and was shot dead by police early this morning. The city's mayor said the shooting was the work of 'disgruntled' lawyer and officials said it was not connected to terrorism.

Nine injured in Houston shooting, suspect killed

Washington - A gunman opened fire in Houston on Monday just before daybreak, wounding nine people before police shot and killed him, police said. The shooter was a Houston-area lawyer, the Texas city's police chief Martha Montalvo told a news conference.

Suspicious fire at mosque on Christmas Day

Houston - Investigators with the Houston Fire Department are investigating a possible case of arson at a mosque in southeast Houston on Christmas Day.

Shots fired at vigil for 13-year-old Houston drive-by victim

Houston - Gunshots rang out at a Sunday evening vigil for a 13-year-old Houston girl killed in a drive-by shooting the night before.

Houston voters reject LGBT equal rights ordinance

Houston - Voters in America's fourth-largest city rejected a ballot measure that would have outlawed discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and others in city contracting, business services, housing and employment.

Review: Serge Gainsbourg – 'Casino de Paris 1985'

In October 1985, this cultural icon of the 20th century - the epitome of nonchalant Gallic cool - performed at the Casino de Paris in the French capital. A new limited edition two-CD/DVD collection documents the entire performance for the very first time.

Houston cop relieved of duty for sending speeding tickets in mail

Houston - The Houston Police Department is conducting an internal investigation regarding the ticket-writing habits of a senior police officer after a local news team began sniffing about and asking him about his roadside behavior.

Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dead at 22

Los Angeles - Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of pop legend Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, has died aged 22, six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub in her home."She is finally at peace in the arms of God.

FBI investigating St. Louis Cardinals for Houston Astros hack

Investigators for the FBI and the Justice Department have discovered evidence that an internal network for the Houston Astros was broken into by members of the St. Louis Cardinals front office, according to Michael S. Schmidt of The New York Times.
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