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For the love of Lucille | Eat Like a Local with Chris Shepherd, Ep. 20

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-02-24 10:30:28

SUMMARY: Today on “Eat Like a Local,” we visit Emancipation Park and R Market El Dorado Ballroom to talk to Chris Williams, who is building his community through food. He shares his journey from working in London to starting Lucille’s 1913 and Ratt Market, feeding First Responders and elders in food deserts in Houston. Williams believes in providing dignity through food and community engagement. Late August will be their new venture, offering playful and sharable dishes with African and Mexican influences. The flagship restaurant, Lucille’s, serves delicious dishes like chili biscuits, hot rolls, catfish and grits, and fried chicken, honoring his great-grandmother’s legacy. Williams is dedicated to serving the community and shining a light on underrepresented neighborhoods. Follow them on Instagram at eatlikealocalTX.

In this episode, Shepherd sits down with Chris Williams to hear the stories of Lucille’s, his nonprofit organization Lucille’s 1913, Eldorado Ballroom and Rado Market which sit next to Houston’s Emancipation Park, and Williams’ most recent endeavor Late August.

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Growing concern over rise of uncertified teachers in Texas | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-04-20 21:53:30

SUMMARY: In tonight’s Fox 7 Focus, Dr. Heath Morrison discusses the rise of uncertified teachers in Texas Public Schools, due to districts of innovation allowing for hiring without certification. Before the pandemic, there were 2-3,000 uncertified teachers, but now there are over 177,000. Uncertified teachers tend to leave after 3 years and lack preparation in lesson construction and classroom management. Dr. Morrison emphasizes the need to support and certify these teachers, and suggests legislative action in the future. He believes in enhancing the teaching profession and ensuring proper compensation. The goal is to provide a pathway for uncertified teachers to become certified.

Concerns are growing over the sharp increase in uncertified teachers working in Texas public schools. Should you be worried about the quality of your child’s education? FOX 7’s John Krinjak takes a closer look.

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Dallas Wings may move to Downtown Dallas

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-04-20 21:42:02

SUMMARY: Downtown Dallas is close to gaining a new professional sports team, possibly the Dallas Wings of the WNBA, with a vote scheduled next Wednesday. The proposal includes the team playing at the K Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center and receiving $19 million in incentives over three years. The Wings have outgrown their current home in Arlington and are considering a move to the Dallas Memorial Auditorium, which is set to be renovated by 2026. Interest in the WNBA is growing, especially with popular players like Caitlyn Clark, and the potential move could bring more attention to women’s basketball in Dallas.

The Dallas Wings could be the latest professional sports team to play its games in Downtown Dallas. The City of Dallas will vote on Wednesday about a potential move from Arlington to the Dallas Memorial Auditorium.

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House approves $95B in aid for Ukraine, Israel, others

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-04-20 21:30:03

SUMMARY: After months of struggle, the House passed aid packages totaling billions of dollars for Israel, Ukraine, and the Indo-Pacific with bipartisan support. Despite threats to Speaker Mike Johnson’s position, he pushed the bills through, citing global instability caused by Russia, Iran, and China. Georgia congresswoman Taylor Green, who previously threatened Johnson’s removal over aid for Ukraine, did not challenge him. The bills now move to the Senate, where conservative concerns remain. Meanwhile, the US Senate reauthorized a key part of the surveillance program, with President Biden set to sign the legislation. Former President Trump had urged Republicans to block the renewal, blaming the program for his legal issues.

The House voted in a rare Saturday session to approve three foreign aid bills for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies totaling $95 billion.

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