Nearly 300 women from North America are in Dallas for the United Way Women’s Leadership Summit. They’re discussing a range of topics, such as making the organization more diverse, embracing new technology, and tackling human trafficking.
Conservative state senators grilled Gov. Greg Abbott's appointees to the University of Texas System Board of Regents for more than five hours on Thursday, publicly rehashing the drama that has plagued the system's flagship university in recent years.
The top local stories this evening from the KERA Newsroom: The winter storm that dropped an inch or two of ice on North Texas freeways and lawns prompted school and work cancelations or delays. Tuesday will be a repeat for some. Dallas Arlington and Denton schools are among those that will be closed again Tuesday.
Update, 5 p.m. Sunday: The cancelations have begun. DFW International Airport reports that it canceled 160 flights today, mostly evening flights that could be affected by plunging temperatures and freezing rain changing to sleet. Half of DFW's flights tomorrow are already canceled.