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From the Nosebleeds Episode 210

Houston Media Watch sits in once again and we break down the Astros, Texans and a little bit of college football.

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Study: Immigrant Teens Less Likely To Commit Crimes, Use Drugs

AUSTIN, Texas (CBS Houston) — A new study finds that immigrant teens are less likely to commit crimes and engage in drug use.

The study, led by University of Texas social work professor Christopher Salas-Wright, found that immigrant adolescents are statistically less likely than adolescents born in the United States to be involved in violent behavior and less likely to abuse alcohol and other drugs. 275 more words

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As domestic violence clouds college football, coaches work to root it out

It is important to Georgia coach Mark Richt that his players treat women properly. He tells them that all the time, and he uses himself and his coaching staff and their relationships with women as examples. 2,447 more words

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Alexis Jones' sisterly advice for college football players

Alexis Jones’ summer itinerary has included visits to nearby UCLA and USC, flights to Iowa State and the University of Washington, and recently Austin, where she met with football players at the University of Texas. 614 more words

USA Today Sports

Alexis Jones' sisterly advice for college football players

Alexis Jones’ summer itinerary has included visits to nearby UCLA and USC, flights to Iowa State and the University of Washington, and most recently Austin, where she met with football players at the University of Texas. 614 more words

USA Today Sports

Dead Confederate Memorials, and Living Bigots

The Southern Myth is rapidly imploding, with everything from Universities to Counties and States seeking to remove symbols of confederate racism and slavery…

University Removes Jefferson Davis Statue… 666 more words

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University of Texas Removes Jefferson Davis Statue

The University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.

The move happened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. 100 more words