Hundreds Rally Against President-Elect Donald Trump In DallasAbout 200 people marched through downtown Dallas tonight to express their opposition to president-elect Donald Trump.
Group Holding Silent Protest In Downtown Dallas TonightTonight, three weeks after the deadly ambush of police officers in downtown Dallas a silent protest is being held on those same streets.
Vote Leaves Browser “The Library Cat” Homeless; Friends Claw For A RecallThe same city government that voted to give "Browser" the boot, actually commissioned the cat to live in the library to chase away rodents – a job it has obediently fulfilled for years.
Trump Marks Campaign Anniversary At Gilley'sDonald Trump marked the one-year anniversary of his presidential campaign launch with a rally at Gilley's that offered a heavy dose of nostalgia.
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.
Presidential Candidate Marco Rubio Announces North Texas RallyRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio will be in North Texas on Friday.
Marco Rubio To Host Rally In DallasThe Florida senator is coming to North Texas.
"United Against Racism & Hate" Rally Shows Support For Muslim CommunityThe Council on American-Islamic Relations along with a number of religious, political and social justice organizations hosted the rally and march.
Nearly 100 Rally For Peace Near Islamic Center Of IrvingThis follows a group of armed protesters standing outside the center last week.
Dozens Rally In Dallas To Support Syrian RefugeesThey also gathered to protest Gov. Greg Abbott's vow to bar Syrian refugees from resettling in Texas.
Oak Lawn Residents Plan To "March For A Safer Gayborhood"The rally and march are scheduled for Sunday evening.
Texas AG Paxton Makes First Post-Indictment Campaign AppearancePaxton made his first campaign appearance late Thursday since being indicted on securities fraud charges, but only vaguely alluded to his legal troubles while addressing about 800 cheering supporters at a tea party rally.