NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags From All Events And PropertiesNASCAR has banned Confederate flags at racetracks. 
Commissioners Vote To Remove Confederate Monument Outside Tarrant County CourthouseTarrant Co. commissioners voted 4-0 to remove a highly scrutinized monument honoring Confederate war soldiers currently in front of the historic county courthouse.
PGA Tour To Hold Minute Of Silence At 8:46 To Honor George Floyd In a memo to players Tuesday, Commissioner Jay Monahan said there would be a moment of silence in each of the four rounds at the Charles Schwab Challenge that will coincide with the 8:46 a.m. tee time.
Sonic Apologizes After Dallas Teens Profiled, Community Speaks UpTurning pain, into power. That's how some local teens are moving forward after being threatened with a call to police at a North Dallas Sonic restaurant. ​
Texas Senator Calls For Arrest Of Central Park 'Karen' For Making False ReportState Sen. Royce West is calling for the arrest of Amy Cooper, a woman walking her dog in New York’s Central Park who threatened to have an African American man arrested.
Arlington Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Painting Racial Slurs On BuildingsArlington police have arrested the man suspected of painting racial slurs on buildings earlier this week.
Arlington Police Investigating Hate Crime After Racial Slurs Painted On BuildingsArlington police are investigating a hate crime after racial slurs were painted on a building and car wash. 
US Homeland Security Chief Says Racism Provoking Some TerrorismThe Homeland Security head says white supremacist ideology is fueling some domestic terrorism.
Black Church Leaders Celebrate Dr. King, Consider The Work That RemainsThroughout North Texas and the nation Monday, many are celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior.
Groups Using Super Bowl In Push Against Confederate StatuesA coalition of civil rights groups in Atlanta is using this year's Super Bowl to help kick off a renewed "war on the Confederacy," in a fight to remove Confederate monuments around the nation.
Texas County Makes History After Swearing In 17 Black Female JudgesIt was history in the making in Harris County where a new year brought the swearing-in of newly elected officials -- among them 17 black female judges.