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News Wrap: Heavy central U.S. storms kill 14, delay Indy 500

Season 2024 Episode 148 | 3m 20s

In our news wrap Sunday, powerful storms killed at least 14 people across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and delayed the start of the Indy 500, Israel and Hamas exchanged fire across Gaza’s border, at least 123 people died in intensified fighting in Sudan, the UN estimates more than 670 people are buried beneath Papua New Guinea’s massive landslide, and composer Richard Sherman died at age 95.

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