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True Blue Loyalty: Why Texans Stand by Their Ice Cream

Earlier this week Blue Bell Creameries returned after a months-long hiatus that was prompted by a listeria outbreak, which The Center for Disease Control and Prevention ultimately connected to 10 cases, 3 of which resulted in deaths. In that time, the Brenham, Texas-based company shuttered its 4 production facilities to clean and update its equipment and now it’s slowly returning to Texas shelves and people are people are flocking to stores to get some. KWBU’s Carlos Morales has more on what's driving Texans’ true blue loyalty.
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Carlos Morales

Earlier this week Blue Bell Creameries returned after a months-long hiatus that was prompted by a listeria outbreak, which The Center for Disease Control and Prevention ultimately connected to 10 cases, 3 of which resulted in deaths. In that time, the Brenham, Texas-based company shuttered its 4 production facilities to clean and update its equipment and now it’s slowly returning to Texas shelves and people are people are flocking to stores to get some. KWBU’s Carlos Morales has more on what's driving Texans’ true blue loyalty.


A court in Baltimore will begin hearings today on the death of a 25-year-old black man.

Six police officers have been charged in the arrest and the subsequent death of Freddie Gray.

NPR's Jennifer Ludden filed this report for our Newscast unit:

"Riots erupted last April after Gray died of a severe spinal injury. That happened while Gray was being transported in the back of a police van.

"The driver is charged with second degree murder, three others with manslaughter, and two more officers with lesser charges.

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For a second day, thousands of stranded migrants, including refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, have camped out at the main train station in Budapest.

As we've reported, the Hungarian government was allowing the migrants to leave without a passport check but, yesterday, they barred the migrants from boarding trains that were headed toward Western Europe.

Reporting from the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Joanna Kakissis tells our Newscast unit that the train station has become the latest flashpoint in this migrant crisis. She filed this report:

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