The top local stories this evening from KERA News:
The son of a former Texas governor has launched his bid to unseat the current governor. Andrew White held a rally Thursday in Houston, where the investor promised to campaign as a conservative Democrat. The party hasn't captured the Texas governorship since Ann Richards won in 1990.
Other top stories this evening:
- Sexual harassment allegations are rocking the world of arts, entertainment and media. In Dallas, in the last month, a curator from the Dallas Museum of Art resigned and an administrator at The Dallas Theater Center was fired. Art & Seek’s Jerome Weeks looks at factors that make the problem pervasive.
- We are in the midst of a real Christmas tree problem. Nationally, there are fewer trees available this season. Not to fear though, as Jimmy Maas with KUT-Austin reports, you can still find plenty of trees in parts of the state. They just may not be the ones you want.
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