Five stories that have North Texas talking: Alamo Drafthouse will show “The Interview” after all; “American Sniper” opens Christmas Day; Glenn Mitchell’s “Christmas Blockbuster” is back tonight on KERA; and more.
The top local stories this evening from the KERA Newsroom: Courtney Collins sits down with Michelle Kinder, executive director of The Momentous Institute, to talk about how financial insecurity can impact young minds. Also, we’ll look at a Fort Worth school where most students are newcomers to the country.
Top stories this morning from the KERA Newsroom: Stella Chavez takes us toaschool in Fort Worth where the 500 students haven't been in the U.S. more than a year or two. And we hear from theater critic Mark Lowry about Shakespeare At The Bar and more evidence of a paradigm shift in how North Texans experience old - and new - work.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Dallas police chief tells his officers to “remain vigilant”; Lady Antebellum will perform at Greg Abbott’s inauguration party; the Christmas Anthem airs tonight on KXT; and more.
There’s an innovative school in the Fort Worth school district with about 500 students. Not one of them has been in the U.S. more than a year or two. It’s called the International Newcomer Academy. It’s the focus of the latest installment in Generation One, a KERA American Graduate series.