NASCAR Bans Confederate Flags From All Events And PropertiesNASCAR has banned Confederate flags at racetracks. 
Artists Create Black Lives Matter Mural Overnight In Dallas, 'We Really Need It'The art, approved by the city, was created by dozens of volunteers overnight and has already created quite an impact.
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. ​
1 Week After Atatiana Jefferson's Death, Protestors Rally For Change In Fort WorthOne week after the shooting death of Atatiana Jefferson, protestors rallied together in Fort Worth asking demanding change in their community.
Online Petition Pushes For Dallas Street Where DPD Stands To Be Renamed 'Botham Jean Way'Since the end of the Amber Guyger trial last week, there is now a push to make sure that Botham Jean is not forgotten in Dallas.
Lupe Valdez Casts Her Ballot: 'It's Time For Change In Texas'Democrat Lupe Valdez addressed reporters in Dallas Monday before she cast her ballot.
Woman Visiting Fort Worth Stockyards: 'It's Too Hot For The Horses' A Fort Worth woman is leading an online effort to help protect horses working in extreme heat.
City Of Dallas Changes To New App For Parking Meter PayStarting today the City of Dallas is changing the way you pay to park. For almost 80 years drivers had to keep a pocket full of coins to "feed" the meter. Now, the mobile pay system, in place since 2013, is changing.
Parents Awarded $142M Verdict After Infant Dies At Day CareA stunning verdict in Dallas County Thursday - more than $142 million for parents whose baby died at a Dallas day care.
Opinion: 8.2 Percent Unemployment Rate Won’t Reelect ObamaOf all the signs leading to a defeat for President Barack Obama in the presidential election of 2012, the most glaring sign is the 8.2% unemployment rate.
NoncentsWhy would anyone cling to a one cent coin that now costs 2.4 cents to make? Is exact change that important?