The killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown have inspired a musical outpouring perhaps unseen in the U.S. since “We Shall Overcome” became a civil-rights standard in the 1960s.
The College Football Playoff will determine college football’s first national champion in the new playoff model in January, but the real playoff begins this weekend.
President Barack Obama stated on Monday that he wants to ensure that the United States is not building a “militarized culture” within local police departments.
The protests in Ferguson, Missouri fueled unrest in Dallas as well, with at least seven North Texans behind bars on Wednesday morning.
After months of speculation, it was confirmed Monday night that the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri will not face criminal charges.
Trustees in the Duncanville ISD held a special meeting Friday morning to discuss the case of a teacher caught up in a Twitter scandal, even though she has already resigned.
A teacher from the Duncanville ISD has been suspended without pay following a controversial post on her personal Twitter page on Friday. The tweet has since been removed.
After a crazy week 6 in college football in which we saw 11 of the Top 25 ranked teams lose, week 7 is also poised to burst a lot of playoff hopes for many teams.
A 41-year-old Texas man admits traveling to Missouri to have sex with two minor sisters whose supposed father — an undercover detective — he met online.
Requiring police officers to wear body cameras is one potential solution for bridging deep mistrust between law enforcement and the public, the White House said.
The unrest in Ferguson is shining a bright light on police in Missouri and all around the nation. Now, a gun group from North Texas is taking their message to the streets of Dallas on Wednesday.
Jabari Brown scored 26 points, Earnest Ross added 24 and Missouri barely kept alive its hopes of an NCAA bid, beating Texas A&M 91-83 in double overtime