As 1-Year Anniversary Approaches, George Floyd's Family Holds Rally, March Of RemembranceMembers of George Floyd’s family traveled from Texas to Minnesota to join citizens, activists, and others who lost loved ones to police encounters for a march marking the one-year anniversary of Floyd’s death.
In Texas, Floyd's Hometown Rejoices In Verdict But Tempers ExpectationsIn the streets of Houston’s Third Ward, a historically black neighborhood where George Floyd grew up, there were shouts filled with the word “justice” in the moments after former police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder.
“True Justice... Would Be George Floyd Being Alive Today” - Community Leaders, Criminology Expert Weigh In On Chauvin VerdictFrom community leaders to criminology experts, people in North Texas have been weighing in on the Derek Chauvin trial.
Man Who Brandished Assault Rifle At Black Lives Matter Protest, Emmanuel Quinones SentencedEmmanuel Quinones, 25, was sentenced to three years for brandishing an assault rifle at a Black Lives Matter protest in Lubbock.
Texas Leaders Unveil Mural Honoring George Floyd In Front Of Jack Yates High, His Alma MaterA two-block long mural dedicated to George Floyd was unveiled over the weekend. The dedication is along a street that passes in front of Floyd's alma mater, Jack Yates High School, in Houston.
Dallas BLK Experience Pop-Up Museum Features Exhibit Highlighting Black History & Black ExcellenceThe Black Lives Matter movement has prompted the opening of a new pop-up museum in Dallas. The BLK Experience celebrates Black history, Black lives and Black excellence.
Dallas Police Excessive Force Investigations Stalled Until DA's Office Receives Protester Videos Of IncidentsStill images from the protests the DA's Office is now sharing publicly, show some of the people John Creuzot wants to come forward with their photos and videos.
‘You Are So Full Of S**t’ Mavs Owner Mark Cuban & Sen. Ted Cruz Disagree Over Social Justice Messaging, NBA Ratings DropThere were some heated exchanges between Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Texas Senator Ted Cruz on Twitter Tuesday after the Republican blamed a drop in NBA Finals ratings on social justice and Black Lives Matter messaging.
City Of Dallas Honors Botham Jean On His Birthday, Encourages Citizens To #BeLikeBoThe City of Dallas honors the memory of Botham Jean -- a man shot and killed in his own home by a then police officer who has since been convicted of murder. Mayor Eric Johnson has declared today #BeLikeBo Day.
Texas Teacher Fired After Wearing BLM Face MaskA Texas teacher was fired for continuing to wear a Black Lives Matter face mask after school officials asked her to stop.
Texas Doctor Apologizes After Viral Tweet Falsely Accused BLM Protesters Of Attacking His DaughterA Texas cardiologist's tweet about his daughter and her boyfriend being attacked by “a group of BLM” in Baltimore went viral -- the problem is the claim was not true.
Students March On SMU Campus To Call For Racial Equality, Police ReformThe call for racial equality and police reform was heard on the SMU campus Friday.
Mavericks, Rangers, Wings Thursday Games Postponed As Teams Condemn Racial Injustice Following Police Shooting Of Jacob BlakeThursday's games involving the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Wings and Texas Rangers have been postponed as teams stand in solidarity over racial injustice following the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake.
'You Can't Even Have Support From Your Own Fans', FC Dallas Defender Reggie Cannon Responds After Some In Texas Boo Players Kneeling For AnthemThere were some boos in North Texas when players from FC Dallas and Nashville SC collectively took a knee during the national anthem before their MLS game Wednesday and Dallas defender Reggie Cannon is calling the action "absolutely disgusting."
Austin Police Renew Appeal For Witnesses To Deadly Shooting Of Protester Garrett FosterPolice said witnesses told them a disturbance began when a vehicle started honking at protesters July 25.