Man Arrested For Capital Murder Of Cathedral Of Hope EmployeePolice arrested a 22-year-old man for the capital murder of an employee of one of the nation's largest LGBT churches.
North Texans Head To Austin To Rally For LGBTQ RightsBusloads of people are leaving DFW on Monday to rally for LGBTQ rights in Austin. The group will make the trip and then advocate for policies that would improve the livelihood of the state's LGBTQ community.
Police Looking For Suspect That Sprayed Graffiti On ChurchDallas Police are looking for the suspect that defaced a church with graffiti last week.
Oak Lawn Adjusts To Increased Police PresenceMany in the LGBT community are thanking police for their response after suspicious packages forced the evacuation of an Oak Lawn church, but the case highlights heightened tension in the wake of the Orlando attack.
Church Reopens Following Discovery Of Suspicious ItemsThe Cathedral of Hope in Dallas was evacuated early Sunday morning after suspicious packages were found at the church.
Hundreds Attend "Songs For Healing" In DallasThe crowd stood shoulder-to-shoulder as the Turtle Creek Chorale serenaded the room in song.
Free Concert Tonight As Orlando Vigils Continue In North TexasAfter a standing room only celebration at a Fort Worth church Monday night, another large crowd is expected to gather for a free concert in Oak Lawn tonight to remember the victims of the nightclub massacre in Orlando.
Dallas Churches Miles Apart On Same-Sex DecisionCBS11 went to two very different church services on the first Sunday since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
Marriage Equality March Draws 2,000+ In Dallas“Love Rules,” was the common theme as the crowd embraced one another and even witnessed a first for a church.
DFW's Most Interesting ChurchesFrom castle-like structures to mega-sized buildings, DFW has some of the most beautiful and historic churches in the southwest. Here are a few must-visit houses of worship.
Same-Sex Marriage Supporters Celebrate Supreme Court DecisionsAn estimated 400 supporters of same-sex marriage gathered in celebration Wednesday night around the Legacy of Love monument in Oak Lawn.