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Today's Big Stories
Robert L. Moody, a philanthropist and the namesake of Austin's Moody Center, has died at age 88.
Moody was a businessman who was part of the influential Moody family of Galveston. Moody's grandparents, W.L. Moody Jr. and Libbie Shearn Moody, founded the Moody Foundation in 1942, the largest philanthropic foundation in Texas.
The Commission on Presidential Debates, the nonpartisan group that has hosted every presidential and vice presidential debate since 1988, has announced the dates and locations for the 2024 general election debates.
The first debate will be held at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, on Monday, Sept. 16, 2024.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to volunteer your time or donate over the Thanksgiving holiday in Texas, Spectrum News has a list of several opportunities to make a difference in your community.
Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce has shot to fame this year, largely due to his relationship with Taylor Swift. Now, he may reach new heights. Think “Pigskin in Space.”
On the Nov. 15 edition of “New Heights,” the podcast he co-hosts with his brother, Philadelphia Eagles safety Jason Kelce, Travis Kelce said the podcast received an email from SpaceX representative asking him if the private company could “discuss spaceflight with Travis, or his team.”
Notes for Tomorrow
- Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes published 2pm
- Jill Stein launches presidential campaign 8pm
- Wisconsin Supreme Court hears oral arguments in case challenging state's legislative maps.
- 15th anniversary of the first 'Twilight' movie
- Jon Hamm and Juno Temple star in new season of 'Fargo' on FX
- Davis Cup Finals tennis knockout stage
In Case You Missed It
For the obsessive record collector or the casual listener, the shower singer or the rock star of tomorrow, a music-inspired gift is never a faux pas over the holidays. The challenge, of course, is in the decision making. Is a genre-specific festival ticket the way to go? What about a box set fit for a budding audiophile?
Here's a variety gift guide for the audio lover in your life — from photo card binders for the K-pop superfan to a pair of some of the best headphones on the market and a cheese board that looks surprisingly hi-def.