FWPD Officer Testifies After Suspension For Controversial ArrestHe was suspended for 10 days after a controversial arrest, now a Fort Worth police officer is defending his actions and appealing an unpaid suspension. Officer William Martin took the stand today to testify at that suspension appeal.
Signs For 'Negro' Toilets Taken Down After ProtestA push to remove a couple of historic bathroom signs that say 'Negro' in the small town of Paris has succeeded.
Defense Raises Race Bias In Cosby Jury SelectionWith just one black person seated among the first 11 jurors chosen for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, defense lawyers are crying foul and accusing prosecutors of trying to systematically keep blacks off of the jury.
Study: Dallas Police Don't Target Minorities, Social Media Distorts PerceptionA new study debunks the belief that white Dallas police officers use force against blacks and Hispanics disproportionately.
Former All-Pro Linebacker Says Race A Factor In White Coach's Possible FiringFormer NFL All-Pro linebacker Zach Orr says race is the reason why the Desoto school board is considering firing their head football coach.
How Cowboys Dez Bryant's Thoughts On 'Race In America' Got MicrowavedDallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has, at just 28, "lived a life." Highs and lows. Fame and failure. Wealth and poverty. Acceptance ... and racism.
Hate Killing Suspect's Kin 'Shocked, Horrified'Relatives of a white Army veteran accused of killing a black stranger in a racial attack say they're "shocked, horrified and heartbroken."
Justice Department To Transfer Immigration Judges To Border Detention CentersThe Justice Department says it will temporarily transfer immigration judges to six detention centers near the border with Mexico in an effort to put President Donald Trump's immigration directives into effect.
Plano Police Investigate After Racist Graffiti Sprayed On SchoolStudents at Plano West Senior High arrived Monday morning to find hateful, and in some cases racist, graffiti had been scrawled on several of the windows and doors at the school.
Aryan Brotherhood Of Texas Members Sentenced In Drug ConspiracySeven people, including men and women from across the state and members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas prison gang, learned their fate today for their roles in a drug distribution conspiracy.
Order Halting Travel Ban Appears To Supersede Boston RulingA federal judge in Boston has declined to extend a temporary injunction against President Donald Trump's travel ban, however a separate federal ruling in Seattle appears to supersede it.
North Texas Students Tackle RacismRacism was the topic Wednesday for high school students from all over North Texas on the SMU campus.