From The Newsroom: Refugees Arrive Today In Dallas; Grammy Nods For North Texas Artists
The top local stories this morning from the KERA Newsroom: 12 Syrian refugees are expected to join their families in Dallas and Houston today.
Texas sued the federal government and the nonprofit International Rescue Committee last week, but the state withdrew an earlier request for a restraining order against the group of Syrians arriving today.
The state says it will continue forward with the lawsuit. Another nine refugees are scheduled to arrive in Houston Thursday.
Other stories this morning:
- The Dallas Landmark Commission will vote today on making the Lakewood Theater a historic landmark.
- Diverticulitis is on the rise in the U.S.
- Escape rooms are gaining popularity for those who want to take puzzle-solving to the next level.
- Leon Bridges, Snarky Puppy and Kelly Clarkson received Grammy nominations.
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