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Late May Severe Storms with Updated Information

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www.wbap.com – – 2024-05-28 14:17:09

SUMMARY: Severe storms swept across North Texas on Tuesday, causing widespread damage, heavy rainfall, and power outages affecting around 539,000 customers. Oncor is actively restoring power with help from out-of-town crews, and officials predict some outages may last several days. Cooling centers will be set up for those without air conditioning. School districts like Garland ISD and university campuses, including The University of Texas at Dallas, canceled or delayed classes. Over 1,300 flights at Dallas airports were either delayed or canceled. The storm’s impact also led to multiple accidents and flooding concerns across affected counties. This is an ongoing situation.

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Body found: Harris County investigators respond to fire-related call, reportedly find man dead inside home on Thistle Street

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abc13.com – KTRK – 2024-06-13 10:40:28

SUMMARY: Harris County Sheriff’s Office responded to a fire at a home on Thistle Street early Thursday morning, discovering a deceased man. It is unclear if the man died due to the fire. SkyEye footage showed damage to a trailer or mobile home with a fire hose surrounding the area. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez confirmed the fire-related call was received just before 8 a.m. ABC13 is gathering more information and will provide updates. They encourage the public to submit tips or story ideas through their website. Watch ABC13 for live updates on this developing story.

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Unanimous Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication – KXAN Austin

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www.kxan.com – MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press – 2024-06-13 10:02:27

SUMMARY: The Supreme Court unanimously upheld access to mifepristone, a key medication in two-thirds of U.S. abortions, dismissing the legal standing of opponents to challenge FDA approvals. The ruling, authored by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, stressed that federal courts aren't the appropriate venue for these disputes. This decision secures mifepristone's availability, a drug deemed one of the safest by the FDA. Opponents argued its eased access endangers women's , but the court found no forced compliance on doctors opposing abortions. The outcome, significant for the FDA's regulatory integrity, arrives amid political stakes as elections near. Another abortion-related case remains pending.

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Reported birth of rare white buffalo calf in Yellowstone National Park fulfills Lakota prophecy

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abc13.com – AP – 2024-06-13 08:58:48

SUMMARY: A rare white buffalo calf, born in Yellowstone National Park, is seen as a fulfillment of Lakota prophecy and a sign to protect the earth, according to spiritual leader Chief Arvol Looking Horse. The calf’s birth follows a severe winter that resulted in the death or relocation of over 1,500 bison. Erin Braaten photographed the calf in the Lamar Valley. The birth holds deep spiritual significance for the Lakota, akin to the second coming of Jesus Christ. A ceremonial event celebrating the calf’s birth is planned for June 26, despite conflicting views on bison population management in Yellowstone.

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