The Astros bring home the AL West division title. 

If you look up overachiever in the dictionary, you will undoubtably find one of Houston's very own. Our celebrities never settle for less一everything is top level. From Houstonians making it to the big screen on The Voice to our beloved Astros taking home division titles; it's no surprise every week to see our hometown heroes going viral. 

Here's what your favorite Houston celebrities were up to last week. 

Travis Scott is back in the studio.


It looks like the "Sicko Mode" artist is getting back in the studio. Scott recently took to Instagram to share his latest studio session. October has arrived and fans are waiting for his highly anticipated Utopia album set to release sometime in November. 

COVID-19 nurse Vaughn Mugol makes it to The Voice


Houston area nurse Vaughn Mugol recently auditioned for the hit television series The Voice, and impressed the judges. Mugol gained the interest of judges Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Ariana Grande. 

KPRC News Anchor Dominique Sachse to retire after 28 years.


After nearly three decades on screen, KPRC's Dominique Sachse is retiring from the news. A native of Houston, the award-winning journalist committed herself to report everything the Bayou City has to offer. Sachse will sign off for the last time on October 29. 

Don Toliver announces a new album.


The Cactus Jack artist announced his new album, Life Of a Don, slated to be released October 8. That tracklist has yet to be released. 

The Astros named Division Champs.


Our baseball champs beat out the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 to take the American League West title for the 4th time.

Tejano band La Fiebre earns Latin Grammy nomination


The Pasadena-based Tejano band La Fiebre earned a Grammy nomination for best Tejano album for this group's latest album, Historico. The Latin Grammys will air on Univision on November 18 at 7:00 p.m. 

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