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Top Stories: Sparks Follow Arts Center Bailout Plan; Help For Folks With No Water

Sep 7, 2016

The top local stories this afternoon from KERA News: The AT&T Performing Arts Center is deeply in debt. So deep that the center has asked the city of Dallas for $15 million over the next 10 years -- and some smaller arts groups protested at City Hall today. 

Other stories this afternoon:

  • The community of Sandbranch announced that it is getting a $30,000 grant to help find solutions to bring water to the community. It is a Dallas County community where about 100 people have lived for decades without running water or sewer service.
  • For the first time in more than 75 years, "The Dallas Morning News" has endorsed a Democrat for president. The editorial supporting Hillary Clinton was published Wednesday.
  • Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians and management met today after musicians voted Tuesday night to authorize a strike. In its own statement, Symphony management says it can’t pay what the musicians are asking for. 

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