Newstalk 820 WBAP Celebrates 100 Years of Serving Dallas-Fort Worth 

https://express-images.franklymedia.com/6616/sites/274/2022/05/02062816/WBAP-1.png (DALLAS, Texas) Cumulus Media’s Newstalk 820 WBAP launched a year-long centennial celebration Monday, May 2nd, from the station’s Victory Park Studios. “We begin the celebration today and have exciting things planned throughout the year to celebrate,” commented 820 WBAP…

Rattlesnake Handler Dies Of Snakebite

https://express-images.franklymedia.com/6616/sites/274/2022/05/02071718/Eugene-De-Leon-2.jpg Freer (WBAP/KLIF) – An experienced rattlesnake handler was killed by one of his snakes Saturday at a south Texas rattlesnake roundup. Eugene De Leon Sr. was performing at the roundup in the town of Freer, west of Corpus Christi.…

Texas conservatives have set their sights on school libraries. North East ISD’s proactive response concerns parents, students

https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/8fec05a/2147483647/strip/false/crop/4032x3024 0 0/resize/704x528!/quality/90/?url=http://npr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com/22/f6/e968494a44169da08ef14adfbbfb/img-0007.jpgTexas school districts have faced a wave of book challenges this year as part of a national GOP push to control the way racism and sexuality is framed in public schools. The challenges and critiques have resulted in…

Diagnosis diabetes: A serious issue that needs to be taken more seriously

https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/1c796ea/2147483647/strip/false/crop/8256x5504 0 0/resize/792x528!/quality/90/?url=http://npr-brightspot.s3.amazonaws.com/4c/7a/6ff161bb46c3a7599e212dee7d7e/istock-1135959162.jpg The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 37 million people in the U.S. have Type 2 diabetes. And it’s on the rise. However, many people don’t realize that they are at risk for a diabetes…

Starbucks workers drive nationwide surge in union organizing

https://npr.brightspotcdn.com/dims4/default/139c202/2147483647/strip/false/crop/3124x2343 0 0/resize/704x528!/quality/90/?url=https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2022/04/29/gettyimages-1240192714-93903c4a24113dc1c5eb00225e2ad61b00ef7aa8.jpgOn August 30, 2021, three Starbucks stores in and around Buffalo, New York, filed union election petitions with the National Labor Relations Board. In the eight months since, close to 250 other Starbucks stores have followed, driving a…