Archive: 06/20/18: Wednesday
Round Of Showers To Hit Metro Wednesday Morning, EveningShowers and some storms will be in the panhandle and northwest part of the state, Wednesday morning. The trend will weaken with temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. There will be another chance of showers and storms along a cold front Wednesday afternoon and evening time. The front will swing southeast later in the day. A few severe storms are possible with hail and wind as the main threats. Mostly cloudy and highs mid to upper 80s. Wednesday night will se...
Facebook Campaign To Help Separated Children Seeks $1.5K, Raises $12M
A San Francisco couple distraught over the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant parents from their children hoped a Facebook campaign would help raise $1,500, or enough to cover the bond of one detained migrant parent.
Ryan Says House Will Vote Thursday On Immigration Bill That Keeps Families Together
House Speaker Paul Ryan says that the House will aim to pass legislation that will "take action to keep families together" while also enforcing existing immigration laws amid growing pressure over the administration's "zero tolerance" policy.
TSA To Step Up Efforts To Limit Powder In Carry-Ons
Air travelers will face a new level of attention at airport checkpoints starting Wednesday. The TSA will now inspect passengers' carry-on bags for powdered material. TSA officers will start asking passengers in the standard security lines to remove containers holding at least 350 milliliters of powder – roughly the size of a soda can – from their carry-on bags for additional screening. The rules are similar to those already in place for liquids and gels. The TSA is check...