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Good Morning H-Town brings you the most exciting duo in Houston. From 5am to 10am weekdays on 97.9 the Box Keisha Nicole & J-Mac give you everything you need to start your day.

Staples on The Box for years, Mac & Keisha kick your mornings off right with a little motivation, a fire mix and the latest in celebrity news and what is going on in H-Town!

Consider Paul Wall amongst the wave of celebrities who aren't jumping in the shower every single day.

"If you can see the dirt on them, clean them," Kutcher said of bathing children. "Otherwise, there's no point."

Trinity Bethune, a 21-year-old Black woman from North Carolina, unfortunately found herself as the butt of a racially insensitive joke after the dealership she bought her first car from thought it would be humorous to thank her with a Facebook post that read, "Congratulations to Bon Quisha on her 2016 Toyota Camry."

The top morning show in the city as voted on by Houstonians and recognized by the Houston Chronicle's Best of the Best is GMHT!

On Tuesday, the rumors surrounding her alleged pregnancy made the rapper the No. 2 trending topic on Twitter behind the NBA Finals.

Osteen's net worth of $40 million has come mainly from his 14 published books and bestsellers. According to Lakewood, he doesn't take his annual salary of $200,000 from the church.

Kraft and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream collaborated on a limited-edition macaroni and cheese ice cream flavor, which actually sold out in just an hour on National Mac & Cheese Day.

Veteran R&B singer Nivea has opened up in recent times about some of the struggles that led to her downfalls in the industry, but a new sit-down interview with Kandi Burress proved to be a true eye-opener into some of the extreme adversities she had to actually go through.

The 50-year-old Houston rap legend had been on dialysis with severe kidney failure since his battle with COVID-19 in March 2020.

The collaboration for a good cause is the first between Cash Money and No Limit artists, despite being two of the biggest labels in hip-hop in the '90s and early 2000s.

The two New York rappers are seen as trailblazers for various generations of female acts and have a history of a long-standing feud over comparisons, disrespect and more.