Drive along Interstate 35W in Fort Worth and you'll see a painted sign on a three-story brick building: O.B. Macaroni. For more than a century, the building was home to a family-owned maker of macaroni and other starchy products. Now this old landmark is getting new life: entrepreneurs are moving in and finding space to make their own goods and expand their brands.
The top local stories this evening from KERA News: A federal judge has once again thrown out Texas' voter ID law. U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos today rejected a weakened version of the law signed by Governor Greg Abbott earlier this year. Texas had made the changes after the same judge compared the original version to a "poll tax" on minorities.
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