Local Election Results, Pence to Visit Sutherland Springs, Future of Sanctuary Cities Ban: Your Wednesday Morning News Roundup

Good morning. Here is a look at the top headlines as we start the day.Weather: Cloudy and chilly with a near 100 percent chance for rain. High: 46 degrees.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Voters on track to axe embattled Dallas County Schools bus providerVoters appeared to give the embattled Dallas County Schools bus agency the boot on Tuesday, which would disband the transportation provider that's been mired in controversy over driver safety, financial mismanagement and a questionable business deal involving stop-arm cameras.Returns into late Tuesday night steadily showed voters rejecting the ballot measure that would have saved the agency, according to unofficial results from the county.School bus service in the eight area districts that rely on DCS will continue for the academic year, but the agency will now wind down operations.Dallas City Hall: Dallas voters, as of late Tuesday, overwhelmingly supported a $1.05 billion bond package aimed at repairing crumbling city buildings and streets and adding parks and recreational amenities.Cedar Hill: The city’s three bond proposals, as well as a crime proposition, appear headed for approval.Statewide: Texans approved seven constitutional amendments on Election Day.The numbers: Get results by county for constitutional amendments and municipal and school board elections.  Continue reading...

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