LGBT Community Getting ArmedSetting their sights on shooting, more people within the LGBT community are arming themselves in a post-Orlando massacre world.
Dallas Pride Festival Gains More Security, More AttendeesThe celebration of Dallas Southern Pride Juneteenth festival carried two side effects of the Orlando mass murder. More security and more people.
Fort Worth Police Scope Out LGBTQ Bars To Improve SafetyFort Worth police officers think something as simple as a map could help save lives.
Public Invited To SMU To Pray For Orlando Shooting VictimsMany North Texas residents will join students, faculty and staff at Southern Methodist University to spend their lunchtime praying for and remembering victims of the nightclub mass shooting in Orlando.
Free Concert Tonight As Orlando Vigils Continue In North TexasAfter a standing room only celebration at a Fort Worth church Monday night, another large crowd is expected to gather for a free concert in Oak Lawn tonight to remember the victims of the nightclub massacre in Orlando.
Orlando Massacre Spurs Grief And Fear For LGBT AmericansIn Dallas, other Texas cities and across the nation, gay, lesbian and transgender community have seen violence before, from the attacks in Oak Lawn to Harvey Milk and Matthew Shepard, and an ever-lengthening list of transgender women. But never anything like this.
Hundreds Show Orlando Solidarity At Dallas EventHundreds of people crowded around a Dallas LGBT resource center Sunday night in a show of solidarity for the victims killed in the mass murder attack at an Orlando gay nightclub.
Orlando Shooting Spurs Grief And Fear For LGBT AmericansThe gay, lesbian and transgender community has seen violence before, from Harvey Milk to Matthew Shepard, and an ever-lengthening list of transgender women. But never anything like this.
Mesquite Council Approves Change To EEO PolicyThe Mesquite city council has voted to approve a change to the city's Equal Employment Opportunity Policy.
Rockwall Leaders To Debate Proposed Bathroom LawThe City of Rockwall is bringing the bathroom debate to North Texas. Officials will be weighing a proposed ordinance that some say protects children, while others argue that it is discriminating against the LGBT community.
Dallas County DA Addresses Safety Concerns In Oak LawnAfter a string of attacks during the past six months, residents say they're not happy no one's been arrested.
Texas Supreme Court Upholds Court-Ordered Gay MarriageThe Texas Supreme Court has dismissed the state's effort to overturn an Austin lesbian couple's marriage that came months before same-sex weddings were legalized nationwide.

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