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Earthquake Rattles the Big Apple

Earthquake Rattles the Big Apple

(WBAP/KLIF) — NEW YORK (AP) — An earthquake shook the densely populated New York City metropolitan area Friday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said, with residents reporting they felt rumbling across the Northeast. The agency reported a quake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.7, centered near Lebanon, New Jersey, or about 45 miles west of…MORE

Judge Rejects Trump Request to Dismiss Classified Documents Prosecution

Judge Rejects Trump Request to Dismiss Classified Documents Prosecution

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has refused to throw out the classified documents prosecution against Donald Trump. U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon rejected a defense argument that the case should be tossed because he was entitled as a former president to retain the records after he left office. Lawyers for Trump had cited a…MORE

EXCLUSIVE: Dallas Mayor Proposes Potential Stadium Site for KC Chiefs

EXCLUSIVE: Dallas Mayor Proposes Potential Stadium Site for KC Chiefs

DALLAS (KLIF/WBAP) – Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson took his suggestion about the Kansas City Chiefs potentially moving to Dallas a step further on Thursday. In an interview with Clayton Neville and Laura Sadler on DFW’s Morning News on 570AM KLIF, the Mayor said Hensley Field in Southern Dallas would be a perfect site for a…MORE

Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver Rashee Rice Apologizes for his Role in Dallas Crash

Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver Rashee Rice Apologizes for his Role in Dallas Crash

DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF News ) – Kansas City wide receiver Rashee Rice issued a statement taking full responsibility for his part in a multi-vehicle crash that shut down Central Expressway on Saturday. He posted a message on his Instagram story on Wednesday. “Today I met with Dallas PD investigators regarding Saturday’s accident,” read the statement. “I…MORE

Immigrant Fee Hikes Will Likely Cause More Trouble To A Broken U.S. Immigration System

Immigrant Fee Hikes Will Likely Cause More Trouble To A Broken U.S. Immigration System

DALLAS – (WBAP/KLIF) – A Metroplex immigration attorney says he’s already seeing a broken U.S. immigration system get worse with significant hikes in fees for renewal of visas and work permits for those migrants already in Texas and around the nation legally; often, already here for years. Attorney Omar Ortiz with the Jaime Barron Immigration…MORE

Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments on Texas Border Law

Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments on Texas Border Law

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — An attorney defending Texas’ plans to arrest migrants who enter the U.S. illegally told a panel of federal judges Wednesday that it’s possible the law “went too far” but that will be up to the court to decide. The comment was made to a 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel…MORE

9 Dead, Over 900 Injured in Taiwan’s Worst Earthquake in 25 Years

9 Dead, Over 900 Injured in Taiwan’s Worst Earthquake in 25 Years

HUALIEN, Taiwan (AP) — The strongest earthquake in a quarter-century rocked Taiwan during the morning rush hour Wednesday, killing nine people, sending others scrambling out the windows of damaged buildings and halting train service throughout the island. A tsunami warning was triggered but later lifted. The quake, which also injured hundreds, was centered off the…MORE

Milk; Beef, Safe From Avian Flu, But You and Yours May Not Be.

Milk; Beef, Safe From Avian Flu, But You and Yours May Not Be.

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY – (WBAP/KLIF) – As “Bird Flu”, or the H5N1 “Avian Flu” virus spreads into species not known for susceptibility to the virus, and increasingly infects dairy cattle nationwide, and, at least one recent human victim; a Texas Panhandle resident, scientists continue to study how the virus is spreading. The first thing scientists…MORE

Biden, Xi Discuss Taiwan, AI, Security Issues in Call

Biden, Xi Discuss Taiwan, AI, Security Issues in Call

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed Taiwan, artificial intelligence and security issues Tuesday in a call meant to demonstrate a return to regular leader-to-leader dialogue between the two powers. The call, described by the White House as “candid and constructive,” was the leaders’ first conversation since their November summit…MORE