Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief
Wolfforth mayor, city manager calls it quits; Dallas boys found safe; SCOTUS issues athlete win in NCAA case
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Wolfforth’s mayor and city manager resigned Monday night.
- They cited issues with member of the city council.
- The council will have a special session Friday, to discuss how to fill those positions.
- Get more from KCBD NewsChannel 11′s Blair Sabol: Wolfforth mayor, city manager quit citing problems with council
Dallas police say two children are safe after an Amber Alert was issued last night.
- The man accused of abducting the boys is also a suspect in a Monday homicide.
- Read more here: Toddlers abducted from North Dallas area found safe
The National Weather Service will continue assessing the damage from a tornado that hit the Chicago suburbs.
- The EF-3 tornado damaged more than 100 homes and injured at least eight people in two communities.
- Teams will survey the damage in three more towns today.
- Read more here: Illinois tornado leaves at least 5 people injured, dozen of homes damaged
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the NCAA cannot impose caps on educated-related benefits for student athletes.
- The ruling said the NCAA’s rules violated antitrust laws.
- The NCAA says the rules preserve the amateur status of college sports.
- Get the details: Supreme Court win for college athletes in compensation case
The Senate will vote today on whether to take up the For the People Act.
- Democrats say the voting rights bill will make it easier to vote and see how candidates are financed.
- Republicans are expected to filibuster the bill.
- Read more here: GOP ready to block elections bill in Senate showdown
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