Dallas County Sheriff’s First African American Deputy Dies At 85Jesse Everett Gill was hired as a deputy sheriff on January 16, 1954.
SMU Names First Human Rights Scholar To Honor Santos RodriguezIt goes to sophomore human rights and anthropology major Karly Zrake, who SMU says has been active in community service since childhood.
Motorcycle Parade Honoring Stevie Ray Vaughan Rolls Through DallasThe ride and concert honored the bluesman and raised money for the Stevie Ray Vaughan Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Big 12 To Add Aid Increases, Longer Scholarships For Student AthletesThe Big 12 has announced it will cover the full cost of a student-athlete's attendance and offer multi-year scholarships.
Ohio State Student Who Got Slammed On Field At Game Loses ScholarshipA student who ran onto the field during an Ohio State football game and was body-slammed by a coach is losing his scholarship amid his court case.
NCAA's Emmert Calls For "Scholarships For Life"NCAA President Mark Emmert told a Senate panel Wednesday that scholarships should also cover full cost of attending college, not just the basics.
Student Goes From Oak Cliff, To Georgetown, To The White HouseAdan Gonzalez of South Oak Cliff is living out his dream and defying all odds while doing so. Gonzalez, Georgetown University student and future White house intern, is now trying to help others like him who are striving for more.
Ford Fund Announces Automotive Design ScholarshipsThe Ford Motor Co. Fund will award a $1 million grant for scholarships commemorating William Clay Ford's contributions to the automaker's design legacy.
College QB Testifies In Bid To Form Athlete UnionNorthwestern quarterback Kain Colter is the first witness at a closely watched hearing to determine whether college athletes can form a union.
High School Students Surprised With 4-Year ScholarshipsMillions of dollars in college dreams came true in DeSoto Tuesday. Officials with Texas Christian University (TCU) surprised seven DeSoto High School students with full, four-year scholarships.
NCAA President Still Pushing For Athlete StipendsNCAA President Mark Emmert is still determined to provide college athletes with $2,000 for expenses not covered by scholarships.
More Scholarship Embarrassment For Congresswoman