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Molly Evans

Assistant Producer of Digital News

Molly Evans is the Assistant Producer of Digital News at KERA. She produces, edits and curates news content on KERANews.org. She also writes The High Five and maintains the Twitter feed for KERA News. Molly previously served as Digital Coordinator, maintaining KERA’s websites and various digital platforms as well as designing graphics, participating in digital projects and site builds and offering technical assistance to the staff. She has worked at KERA since January 2015.

Before KERA, Molly interned with This Land Press in Tulsa, TulsaPeople magazine, World Literature Today magazine in Norman and the Oklahoma Gazette in Oklahoma City, where she also freelanced. She also wrote and edited for The Oklahoma Daily, the award-winning student newspaper at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.

Molly graduated from OU with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in Spanish in December 2014. She was awarded Outstanding Senior in Journalism from the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Molly is a native of Tulsa, Okla. 

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Crack open the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book; Cowboys will host the 2018 draft; tracking Texas quakes in real time; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Ezekiel Elliott avoids suspension again; update on the Texas hot air balloon disaster; Texas could lose 2,000 teachers if/when DACA ends; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Dallas Zoo had a good year; short-lived Corpus Christi mayor aims for Ted Cruz’s seat; investor polishes gem in Dallas music history; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: South Texas man stole fajitas for almost a decade; environmental policy changes affect Texas; a former Dallasite gets personal in new album; and more.

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It’s up to the Dallas City Council to decide the fate of the city’s Confederate symbols.

The council is expected to vote next month; the city's Cultural Affairs Commission endorsed a series of recommendations this week made by a task force appointed by Mayor Mike Rawlings. Here's what those actions would do.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Court clears way for NFL to suspend Elliott; Dallas Animal Services is doing better; medical cannabis will be available to certain Texans soon; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Prisoners in Texas pitch in to help Harvey victims; Boy Scouts will start accepting girls; Dallas Holocaust Museum to expand; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Texas Parks and Wildlife gets stolen rock back in the mail; how much Harvey will cost the state; some Texans try Chipotle queso so you don’t have to; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: An update on the Waco Twin Peaks trials; Greg Abbott wants to win more Latino votes in 2018; ketchup plus corny dog equals heresy; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: How Exxon compares among top energy companies; nearly 400,000 Texans could lose health insurance; Dallas will close 20 miles of streets next month; and more.

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Royal Furgeson, a former federal judge, will step down as dean of the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law next summer.

 

Furgeson will continue working with UNT on fundraising for the downtown Dallas law school he helped establish and push toward accreditation.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Coca-Cola taps into sparkling water craze with Topo Chico; the Las Vegas shooter spent time in Mesquite; it’s local music month in D-FW; and more.

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History has molded Texas — literally — to form today's unmistakable shape with its sharp angles of the Panhandle, sweeping curves along Mexico and jagged edges near the Red River and the Gulf.

Now, nearly 170 years since the state's borders were defined, we eat Texas-shaped waffles, swim in Texas-shaped pools and sleep on Texas-shaped pillows.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Enough votes would restore the McKinney Performing Arts Center; Dallas Stars lose beloved voice; a vegan made the state fair’s butter sculpture; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: It’s the first day of the fair; least and most distressed cities in Texas; Southwest Airlines taking a financial hit from Harvey; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Lisa Fain traveled across Texas to find the best queso; get to know Dallas’ new police chief; Rubber Gloves is up for sale; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: What’s next for the Gaineses; Fort Worth police officer have low morale; a Denton music festival moves to Big D; and more.

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Dallas has made progress on reducing poverty, but it still has one of the highest populations of children living in poverty among major U.S. cities.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Cowboys kneel before national anthem in demonstration of “unity”; parts of SB 4 can take effect; how to avoid buying a flood-damaged car; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Ted Cruz opposes Graham-Cassidy bill; the new cultural plan in Dallas depends on you; a longhorn estimated at $500,000 sold for a “bargain”; and more.

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Like some of our favorite occasions, the State Fair of Texas comes just once a year. But between the tempting foods and classic rides, the annual festivities can burn a hole in your pocket.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Fort Worthian donates millions to environmental research; Rangers show off new ballpark designs; gas prices are going down; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: When it’s going to rain in D-FW?; endangered sea turtles are doing well on Padre Island; Sarah Jaffe plays the KXT studio; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: New fair food announced; Joe Straus calls for removal of “inaccurate” Confederate plaque at Capitol; Theaster Gates wins 2018 Nasher Prize; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Allen’s the second-best place to live; fossils from 95 million years ago found in Arlington; Granny Smith apples in guacamole; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Dallas helps Houston in next phase; bright, squishy blobs made this Dallas artist Instagram famous; Bono’s getting an award from the Bush Center; and more.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: A memorable summer evening for Texas teen sprayed by skunk; income inequality persists in Texas; Selena Gomez had a kidney transplant; and more.

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The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and a young soldier on horseback in Oak Lawn was taken down Thursday. A crane and crews arrived at Lee Park in the afternoon to remove the statue, after several failed attempts in the past week.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Vandals destroy sculpture of beloved Denton blues artist; what alternative medicines Texans use; why you’re going to spend all your money at Target in November; and more.

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Biking around Dallas and living to tell the tale is no small feat. Bumper-to-bumper traffic, distracted drivers, constant construction and general inaccessibility create a perfect storm only few can brave.

But efforts to promote biking among the masses haven’t gone unnoticed.

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