This segment we welcome back the owner of OMG Seafood and Blacklisting Marketing, Clayton Edwards, and the co-owner Trent Collins. The fellas are giving back to the community with their 3rd Annual Coat Drive for the homeless. Clayton and Trent shares advice to those entering into entrepreneurship, they talk about Blacklist Marketing and its purpose, […]

This segment of Access Houston we welcome Houston native and Broadway actress Dequina Moore. The Ensemble Theatre elevates the life of Josephine Baker in the season finale biographic musical Josephine Tonight, running now through July 28. Our next conversation is with philanthropist, actress, model, and basketball player, Princess Jackson, along with her mother Phyllis Burton, […]

On this segment of Access Houston, KG Smooth welcomes film and television actor and activist Luis Guzman, along with Film director and founder of Real Beauty Real Women, Jacquelyn Aluotto. Today we talk about the documentary on homelessness called “The Nimby Experience” (NIMBY is short for ‘Not in my back yard’). We also talk corporatism, […]

NY will compensate three homeless Harlem men for trashing their belongings. A lawsuit said their rights were violated.

Thanks to the generosity of a stranger, Tonia Handy got the chance to see her girls go for the gold.


A group of 40 students from Chicago got the opportunity to attend a prom hosted by two local non-profit organizations.

Faced with D.C.'s sky-rocketing rent and surges in the price of living, Tyree's mother lost her job. The family was forced to make the difficult decision to move into the shelter, which houses around 243 people.


President Obama made history on Friday by becoming the first U.S. sitting president to visit the Hiroshima bomb site in Japan. The city was destroyed 71 years ago by the world’s first atomic bomb, dropped by American forces. Prior to his arrival, a large crowd gathered by the memorial site. President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister […]

The office of U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, has launched an investigation of health concerns among public housing units and homeless shelters across the city. Cases of elevated blood lead levels and false claims from housing and shelter officials will fall under the scrutiny of federal prosecutors, the New York Times reports.

The 58-year-old made his return to WVKO-AM (1580), the radio station where the Ohio native began his career in the 1980s before drug and addiction woes took over.

"My case was I was too scared to ask for help," Tony Jones said. "I didn't know what to do until [my caseworker] sent me in the right direction."

A police officer is being praised for his kind gesture towards a man who was kicked off a New Jersey bus for not wearing any shoes.