New Dallas PD Chief To Community: 'We Are One'New Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall spent part of her first day on the job visiting with community members in Oak Cliff and candidly talking about improving race and community relations.
Dallas Mayor: Confederate Statues 'Monuments Of Propaganda'Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings called for the formation of a task force to determine the fate of Confederate statues sitting in Dallas public parks.
Dallas City Council To Consider Removing Confederate MonumentsThe violence in Charlottesville, Virginia has some people in Dallas wondering if it's time for confederate statues to come down in the city.
Signs For 'Negro' Toilets Taken Down After ProtestA push to remove a couple of historic bathroom signs that say 'Negro' in the small town of Paris has succeeded.
Study: Dallas Police Don't Target Minorities, Social Media Distorts PerceptionA new study debunks the belief that white Dallas police officers use force against blacks and Hispanics disproportionately.
Hate Killing Suspect's Kin 'Shocked, Horrified'Relatives of a white Army veteran accused of killing a black stranger in a racial attack say they're "shocked, horrified and heartbroken."
Teen Arrested After Lying About Gang RapeA Denison teenager was arrested after admitting that she made up a story about three black men raping her.
Conservation Efforts Underway For Historic Black Cemetery In McKinneyHeadstones etched with names and dates reaching back to 1830 peek from the soil at Ross Cemetery in McKinney.
Video: Texas Officer Says Blacks Have 'Violent Tendencies'Patrol car video publicly released Thursday shows a white Austin, Texas, police officer violently throwing a black woman to the ground during a traffic stop.
White Mother Speaks About Fear Of Raising A Black SonFatal police shootings have become a familiar flashpoint—ripping away the façade of a nation tending its racial wounds.
Report Finds Racial Bias In Traffic Stops By Texas TroopersAn analysis of reports from the Texas Department of Public Safety says black drivers are consistently searched by troopers at a higher rate than white drivers.
All-White Dallas Country Club Admits First Black MemberFounded in 1896, the Dallas County Club has never had an African-American member, until now.