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FILE - The Supreme Court is seen on Friday, April 21, 2023, in Washington. The Supreme Court on Monday, April 24, rejected appeals from oil and gas companies that are fighting lawsuits from state and local governments over whether they can be held responsible for harms resulting from global warming. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

What we’re reading: Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon fired, Supreme Court rejects oil companies’ appeals and more

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer
Published Apr 25, 2023
The Supreme Court sends energy company appeals back to state courts, Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon out at Fox and CNN and more of what we're reading.
Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., leaves the House Chamber after President Joe Bidens State of the Union address at the Capitol, Feb. 7.  (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

What we’re reading: debt limit proposal, fears of Austin serial killer, House bill controversy and more

By Allie DeSimone, Staff Writer
Published Apr 22, 2023
Oklahoma reports damage after severe storm, the Austin Police Department comments on a string of recent drownings and more of what we're reading.
A Syrian family covered with thermal blankets walk after they arrived from Turkey at the Greek island of Lesbos, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Santi Palacios)

TCU and Pulitzer Center host conversation on Ukrainian refugees in Dallas/Fort Worth

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Apr 18, 2023
The 2023 TCU Journalism and Pulitzer center focused its discussion around Children in the refugee crisis. The war in Ukraine has forced for 8 million Ukrainians to flee their country, hoping to find security in the bordering countries. The members of the panel gave audiences a better understanding on the refugee crisis and how to get involved.
What were reading: Finland joins NATO, Florida governor signs bill that allows the carry of concealed weapons without a permit and more

What we’re reading: Finland joins NATO, Florida governor signs bill that allows the carry of concealed weapons without a permit and more

By Sydney Brunson, Staff Writer
Published Apr 4, 2023
Finland joins NATO, Florida governor signs bill that allows the carry of concealed weapons without a permit, Donald Trump returns to New York to face criminal charges and more of what we're reading.
People pay their respects at an entry to The Covenant School that has become a memorial for victims, Tuesday, March 28, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. Six people were fatally shot at the school the day before. (AP Photo/John Amis)

What we’re reading: Body camera footage released of Nashville school shooter 

By Noelle Siwek, Staff Writer
Published Mar 28, 2023
A Fort Worth chef is back in the kitchen, former NFL MVP requests a trade, and more.
Los Angeles Unified School District teachers and Service Employees International Union 99 (SEIU) members strike outside the LAUSD headquarters in Los Angeles, Tuesday, March 21, 2023. Tens of thousands of workers in the Los Angeles Unified School District walked off the job Tuesday over stalled contract talks, and they were joined by teachers in a three-day strike that shut down the nations second-largest school system. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

What we’re reading: LAUSD staff on strike, sheriff’s deputies indicted in Virginia

By Ella M. Mercer, Staff Writer
Published Mar 22, 2023
The latest on the Irvo Otiento murder case, the strikes in Los Angeles and more of what we're reading.
Voters will go to the polls on Saturday, May 6, to vote on mayor and district councils. (Courtesy of AP)

Voters guide to upcoming municipal election

By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
Voters will be given the chance to choose mayoral and updated district councils on the ballot this spring.
Defendant Alex Murdaugh is cross examined by prosecutor Creighton Waters while testifying during his murder trial at the Colleton County Courthouse in Walterboro, S.C., Friday, Feb. 24, 2023. The 54-year-old attorney is standing trial on two counts of murder in the shootings of his wife and son at their Colleton County, S.C., home and hunting lodge on June 7, 2021. (Joshua Boucher/The State via AP, Pool)

What we’re reading: Murdaugh trial concludes, DFW storm damage and more

By Allie DeSimone, Staff Writer
Published Mar 3, 2023
Murdaugh sentenced to life in prison, war hero receives Medal of Honor, severe storms batter North Texas, and more of what we're reading.
Student debt relief advocates gather outside the Supreme Court on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, Feb. 27, 2023. Arguments at the Supreme Court over President Joe Bidens student debt cancellation left some borrowers feeling isolated as they heard such a personal subject reduced to cold legal language. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

What we’re reading: Supreme Court skepticism of student debt forgiveness, moon time and more

By Leah Waller, Staff Writer
Published Mar 2, 2023
An increase in whale deaths along the East Coast concerns scientists, the moon may receive its own time system, and more of what we're reading.
Tadarrius Bean entering the courtroom for his arraignment on Friday, Feb. 17. (Patrick Lantrip/ Daily Memphian via AP Photo)

What we’re reading: Officers plead not guilty in Tyre Nichols death, U.S. sanitation firm fined for child labor and more

By Delaney Vega, Staff Writer
Published Feb 20, 2023
Five Memphis police officers plead not guilty for Tyre Nichols death, Packers Sanitation Services fined for illegal child labor and more of what we're reading.
President Donald Trump with members of the President’s Coronavirus Task Force speaks during a news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

What we’re reading: Trump addresses coronavirus, 5 killed in Wisconsin shooting

By Alexis King
Published Feb 26, 2020
The president tasked Vice President Mike Pence with handling the administration's response to the virus.
FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 31, 2020, file photo, South Koreans evacuated from Wuhan, China, disembark from a chartered flight at Gimpo Airport in Seoul, South Korea. A scary new virus from China has spread around the world. So has rising anti-Chinese sentiment, calls for a full travel ban on Chinese visitors and indignities for Chinese and other Asians. South Korean websites have been flooded with comments calling on the government to block or expel Chinese and racist remarks about Chinese eating habits and hygiene. (Kim Kyun-hyun/Newsis via AP, File)

What we’re reading: U.S. declares public health emergency over coronavirus

By Alexis King
Published Feb 3, 2020
Eight cases of the virus have now been confirmed in the U.S. while the worldwide total has surpassed 12,000.