Lawsuit Says Motel 6 Told Immigration Agents About Latino CustomersA civil rights group has sued Motel 6, alleging that it discriminated against Latino customers by giving their whereabouts and personal information to U.S. immigration agents.
"Coco" Attracting Large Latino Audiences With Theme Of Family"Coco" is one of the largest U.S. productions ever to feature an almost entirely Latino cast, and it's drawing in Latinos for its depiction of Mexican culture.
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.
Pastors In Texas Find New Ways To Serve Fearful ImmigrantsJulio Barquero is among pastors serving Texas' estimated 1.5 million people living in the U.S. illegally who are fearful of the crackdowns on immigration.
10 Affiliated With Prison Gang Arrested In 3 Texas CitiesFederal prosecutors say 10 people affiliated with a Texas-based Latino prison gang were arrested in a coordinated series of roundups in the Corpus Christi, Houston and San Antonio areas.
Pro-Trump Hispanics Face Ridicule From Friends And FamilyIn the border towns of Texas, the working-class neighborhoods of New York, and even inside Trump's overwhelmingly white rallies, the pro-Trump Hispanic minority is willing to risk public and private ridicule to defend him.
Supreme Court Justices Weigh Meaning Of 'One Person, One Vote'The Supreme Court is treading gingerly on a question of immense importance to the nation's growing Hispanic population: whether states must count all residents, or only eligible voters, in drawing electoral districts.
Greg Abbott Widely Expected To Win Republican Primary In Governor's RaceThe moment Republican Greg Abbott announced he was running for Governor, political analysts started saying it's his race to lose.
Changing Demographics Shows Hispanic Voters Shaping Future Of Texas Politics A new report on the changing demographics in Texas shows Hispanic voters could be shaping the future of politics in the state.
Civil Rights Leader Adelfa Callejo Dies At 90Civil rights leader, philanthropist, attorney and education activist Adelfa Callejo died on Saturday, Jan. 25 from a brain tumor.
Stateside "Mexican Coke" Still Sweetened With Cane SugarFans of "Mexican Coke" in the U.S. need not worry about any sweetener changes.
Parade In Cowtown Celebrates Hispanic Heritage MonthDowntown Fort Worth was alive with music and colorful celebration Saturday morning.