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By KTSU2News Wire Over 1,000 people streamed into Hermann Square at Houston city hall for a candle light vigil for #VanessaGuillen, a soldier stationed at Fort Hood who was brutally murdered. The crowd marched from Discovery Green to city hall on July 4 demanding the military be more forthright about what happened to Guillen who […]

By KTSU2News Wire Over 1,000 people chanted #NoMas on the steps of Houston’s city hall on July 4 as they demanded justice for #VanessaGuillen, a soldier stationed at Fort Hood who was brutally murdered. The crowd marched from Discovery Green to Hermann Square demanding the military be more forthright about what happened to Guillen who […]

By Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—Against the odds, a positive and faith-driven African-American woman is throwing her name in the ring to run for 2020 president as an independent. Jade Simmons, a woman full of life, love and energy who is looking to bring a new light to the White House. A vibrant voice for truth on […]

Despite the decision to cancel the commencement ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Southern University held a virtual commencement May 9, 2020 in replacement to celebrate the graduating seniors.

The KTSU2 Radio Drama debuts Friday, Oct. 4 at 2p.m. HOUSTON (September 30, 2019) The KTSU2 Radio Drama, a contemporary digital narrative that includes sound effects and original music, premieres live Friday, Oct. 4 at 2p.m. on Texas Southern University’s student run digital station, http://bit.ly/ktsu2_, and social media platforms.     KTSU2 officially launched on February 19 […]

Washington, D.C. (April 13, 2020) – The NAACP, in conjunction with BET, will host part two of their four-part virtual town hall series, “Unmasked: COVID-19” on Wednesday, April 15, at 8 PM ET/ 5 PM PT. The hour-long call will focus on naming and addressing the real trauma communities are experiencing at this moment. Panelists will also […]

CHICAGO — On CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Chicago’s economy can’t reopen until there’s more widespread testing and decried the disproportionate number of African American deaths from coronavirus, saying the disease is “devastating our community.” Nearly 70% of the city’s COVID-19 deaths have been African Americans, who make up only about […]

By Sujata Gupta COVID-19 was called the great equalizer. Nobody was immune; anybody could succumb. But the virus’ spread across the United States is exposing racial fault lines, with early data showing that African-Americans are more likely to die from the disease than white Americans. The data are still piecemeal, with only some states and […]

KTSU2 is a student-centered, comprehensive training laboratory for undergraduate and graduate students to gain requisite, hands-on skills in multimodalities that prepares them to compete in a technology driven society as engaged citizens and innovative leaders.  The goals of KTSU2 are to prepare students for careers in the digital audio and television/video, multimedia industries; to instill […]

Former Vice President Al Gore launched a new youth voter turnout initiative at Texas Southern University Wednesday, urging students to help combat climate change by heading to the polls. “To anybody who believes that we as human beings do not have the capacity or the political will to rise to this challenge, just remember that […]