Five stories that have North Texas talking: A beloved library cat in White Settlement faces eviction and unemployment; Donald Trump said Texans love him too much to ever secede; dozens of people got burned by Tony Robbins in Dallas; and more.
The top local stories this afternoon from KERA News: If you thought last weekend marked the end of highway construction headaches in downtown Dallas, just wait. Something even more boggling is coming Friday night. The Horseshoe project will close all lanes heading south on Interstate-35 into downtown Dallas.
- Is your personality fixed, or can you change who you are? @NPRinvisibilia explores tonight at 9pm on KERA FM: https://t.co/RM8Tofo2oS., Jun 24
- Jack Evans, one half Of Dallas' first same-sex marriage, has passed away: https://t.co/zGsEYG1nHm. @keranews https://t.co/Cu1DjyVmCi, Jun 24
- From 11am-noon, KERA FM will provide special coverage from @BBC_WHYS on #BrexitVote. Listen here: https://t.co/J8q0VuOVtv., Jun 24
- A @keranews special report on the #SCOTUS decisions affecting Texas: https://t.co/2A34XX3CjW. #affirmativeaction #immigration, Jun 24