KERA spoke to educators in the state about what Texas students are missing out on when it comes to Asian American history. They said the lack of diversity, key figures and modern-day connection are some of the key issues.
The Fort Worth Report and KERA News are hosting a virtual debate between Fort Worth mayoral runoff candidates Mattie Parker and Deborah Peoples. Watch live Tuesday, May 18 at noon.
As the Texas House of Representatives wraps up hearings on the last of its bills, some pieces of legislation slipped through the cracks — barely receiving a committee hearing.
This graduation season, some schools are holding in-person commencement ceremonies for the first time since the pandemic began. But for families spread across both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, it’s more complicated.
A recent survey has indicated most Asian Americans feel a sense of disrespect from other Americans. It also revealed a portion of people are unaware of increased violence against Asian Americans.
The animal was found unharmed, police say. Its alleged owner was in court Friday.
KERA is exploring the impact and legacy of Black churches on life in North Texas. Immerse yourself in stories, history and memories from across the region.
More Texans than ever are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine — but demand for vaccines is still outpacing supply. Here's what you need to know about the state's plan to distribute the vaccine.
KERA, WETA, and APM hosted a free virtual panel discussion exploring how the mental health of children and teens is affected by poverty. Watch the discussion and connect with resources.
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