Austin To Rename 5 Schools With Names Tied To ConfederacyFive Austin schools are searching for new names after officials voted to get rid of the current names that have ties to Confederate leaders and soldiers.
Texas Board Again Rejects Mexican-American Studies TextbookThe Texas Board of Education for the second year has rejected a Mexican-American studies textbook, with members arguing this time the book wasn't expansive enough.
Dallas Citizens Voice Their Opinion On Confederate MonumentsThere is a plan for street name changes, and what to do with this memorial, but that plan didn't stop Dallas citizens from offering their pointed views to the Mayor and Council.
All-Female Crew Becomes Southwest's First 'Unmanned' Boeing 737 FlightThe team became the first all-female crew to staff the airline's newest Boeing 737 Max 8 jet airliners.
Austin Replaces Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples DayAustin officials have voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day.
Jefferson Davis Park Next On Confederacy-Connected Names Chopping BlockA Fort Worth park named after one-time president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, may soon receive a name change.
Dallas History: A Different PerspectiveAs the debate rages over Dallas' confederate symbols, there is an obvious, at times emotional, reverence for history.
Crane Removes Robert E. Lee Statue That Stood For 81 YearsCrews came to finish what they started last week, removing a Confederate statue that has stood for 81 years in Robert E. Lee Park.
Dallas May Remove Robert E. Lee Statue At Cost Of $500KThe city of Dallas’ most prominent Confederate statue could come down, as soon as Wednesday morning.
Lawmakers Meet Privately To Discuss Confederate SymbolsSome Southern legislators have met privately to discuss Confederate symbols and race relations.
Downtown Plano Added To Prestigious List Of Historical PlacesBefore today, Plano was the largest Texas city without a district recognized by the National Register.
Step Back In Time At The Texas TheatreThe Texas Theatre has been a staple in Oak Cliff since the 1930s. It opened on April 21st, 1931 -- appropriately on San Jacinto Day -- and it was an instant hit.