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Assessing tornado damage (Jan. 25, 2023)

On Wednesday’s show: We assess the damage in Pasadena and Deer Park after a tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon, tearing roofs off homes, damaging buildings, flipping vehicles, and downing power lines.

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On Wednesday’s show: Thousands remain without power and public schools have cancelled classes in Pasadena and Deer Park after a tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon, tearing roofs off homes, damaging buildings, flipping vehicles, and downing power lines. We learn more about what happened and assess the damages.

Also this hour: From a new White House Chief of Staff, to an NPR/Ipsos poll on abortion, to more classified documents found in Pres. Biden's home, it's another intriguing week in the world of politics. We discuss those stories and more in our weekly political roundup.

Then, we learn more about a lawsuit over the state’s troubled foster care system.

And medical students bring their passion for science, technology, engineering, and math into Galveston-area schools..

 

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