Soldier Accused Of Killing Transgender Woman In West TexasA soldier is accused of killing a transgender woman in West Texas, and the FBI is investigating whether it was a hate crime.
Governor Abbott Looks To Make Crimes Against Police Hate Crimes Governor Greg Abbott announced an effort Monday to strengthen penalties for crimes committed against law enforcement officers. It's called the Police Protection Act.
Oak Lawn Men Say They Were Chased By Fake OfficerThey say it was five minutes of terror when they thought they were about to become victims of a hate crime.
Police Investigate Graffiti Including Trump EndorsementInvestigators found anti-Mexican graffiti written all over a man's truck that also contained a message endorsing the GOP presidential candidate.
Symbol Of Hate Greets Jewish TCU StudentCampus police investigating yellow Stars of David as possible hate crime.
Plano Family In Fear After Possible Hate CrimeVandalism or hate crime? That is the question that a family and investigators in Plano are now trying to answer after someone threw a rock through a house window twice over the past two days.
Bar Owners Take Security Steps in Oak LawnDallas police are investigating eleven violent crimes since September 1st; among them, robbery, assault, and one hate crime.
Oak Lawn On Edge After Recent AttacksDallas Police and city council members tried to ease fears in the community of Oak Lawn after seven people have been attacked in the past six weeks.
White Texas Man Sentenced For Hate-Crime Attack On Black ManA white Houston-area man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for committing a hate crime when he surprise punched an elderly black man.
Police Investigate Possible Hate Crime; Victim Beaten With BatPolice in Dallas are investigating a beating in the Oak Lawn area as a possible hate crime.
White Texas Man Admits Hate-Crime Attack On Black ManConrad Alvin Barrett of Katy admitted to racial motivation in the November 2013 attack on his 81-year-old victim.
Springtown Man Sentenced To Prison For Beating Gay ManA federal judge has sentenced a North Texas man to more than 15 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to kidnapping and severely beat a gay man he met through an online service.