Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—As we enter the holiday season, Team Newscast
Media would like to wish all our readers a Happy Christmas and a prosperous new
year. There is a lot of to be thankful for the past year and what lies ahead.
We will leave you with a play-by-play tour of Houston and its incredible
freeways. Houston is referred to as “stack city” with more stack interchanges
(overpasses) than any other city in the world. It is also the best freeway system
worldwide that are built over 100 feet in the air. Sit back and take a video tour of
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Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas — Houston hosted the international rugby match in which USA played against Italy on June 23. Before the game, a pre-game party was held at Lucky’s where thousands of fans gathered in support of Team USA. Italy’s Carlo Festuccia scored the first seven (7) points, followed by a penalty awarded to Team USA giving it three (3) points. Italy also got a penalty awarded to it for three (3) additional points making the score 10-3 against the US. Team USA then plowed through the Italian team scoring an additional seven (7) points that tied the game. Italy won the game after all by a 30-10 win against Team USA.
However, a sporting event isn’t a sporting event in Houston without a brawl. Both
teams started hurling insults at each other in the second half, as players shoved
one another. Team USA then all of a sudden started spraying the Italian players with
fists—the referee ended the fist fight by issuing a couple of red cards to the US
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Newscast Media FORT WORTH, Texas—On the final day of the Texas GOP Convention local singer and songwriter Gaye Arbuckle, performed The Star Spangled Banner as she set the stage for the invited speakers at the Fort Worth Convention Center. The video below captures Gaye as she demonstrates her powerful set of pipes before a live audience.
Videography by Joseph Earnest
Gaye Arbuckle performing The Star Spangled Banner at the Texas GOP Convention
Newscast Media AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Gov. Rick Perry was sworn in for his third term as governor at the south steps of the state Capitol in Austin, Texas. In addition Lt. Governor David Dewhurst was sworn in on the same day. Newscast Media was on hand to capture the moment.
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