“It's finally moving into the political sphere.”
KERA's mental health project, On Our Minds, and American Public Media's mental health initiative, Call to Mind, are proud to present a free virtual panel discussion on Wednesday, May 5 at noon, exploring how the mental health of children and teens is affected by poverty.
Laws on the books can be enforced and strengthened on paramilitary and private militias. Texas took a pass during this legislative session.
A Year After Vanessa Guillén’s Murder, Family And Advocates Say Not Enough Has Changed In The MilitaryThe Texas woman’s death exposed a pattern of violence and abuse against soldiers at Fort Hood, the U.S. military’s largest active-duty base. It also sparked national outrage over federal officials’ handling of sexual harassment and noncombat deaths.
Hundreds of pilots will soon return to flying as passengers book more and more flights. Still, American Airlines expects it could take months or years to recover from the devastating pandemic.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a report on Wednesday, providing new details on February’s deadly pileup on I-35 in Fort Worth. The report says roads were treated for ice 44 hours before the collision occurred.
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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 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.
While the spring election hasn’t received as much attention as last November’s, it could have much more influence on North Texans' daily lives. Here’s what you need to know about the May 1 election.
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