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This Old Fort Worth Pasta Factory Gets A New Life, Thanks To Entrepreneurs

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.

Art & Seek

Think with Krys Boyd

Inside India’s Caste System

Sujatha Gidla joins us to talk about how an education helped her to rise above her lot in life – and about how in India, you can’t ever fully leave your caste behind.

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Federal Judge Tosses Out Texas Voter ID Law

U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos issued the injunction, writing that changes did not "fully ameliorate" the law's "discriminatory intent." She had struck down the original law in 2014.