The top local stories this morning from KERA News: Opening statements are expected this morning in the federal corruption trial of John Wiley Price. Prosecutors say the Dallas County Commissioner accepted nearly $1 million in bribes in exchange for providing insider information and for voting in favor of certain contracts.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Sid Miller hopes for the “hog apocalypse”; McKinney man sings ode to Whataburger; protesters will dance outside Gov. Abbott’s house; and more.
- The federal corruption trial of John Wiley Price could last four months. Here's what to expect: https://t.co/59VKZgZhp9. @keranews #JWPtrial, 1 hour ago
- Kimball High in Dallas is turning around a dismal academic record — in part with its hospitality & tourism program.… https://t.co/UwNIDpXb3M, 3 hours ago
- .@keranews' story abt @TheCliburn competition's stop in Moscow airs nationally today on @npratc. Listen @ 5:55pm CT! https://t.co/Ds3UzGf5b6, 20 hours ago
- How have #NorthTexas high schools changed in the last 20 years? https://t.co/4u7x7BbRp6 #ChangingFaceOfSchools… https://t.co/ARsHP1qLNt, 21 hours ago