NAACP Demands 'Real Change And Action,' Presents List Of Demands To Fort Worth City CouncilA local NAACP chapter presented a letter with a list of demands concerning police and community relations for Fort Worth city council members on Tuesday night.
Dallas Moms Look To Improve Race Relations Through ConversationsLisa Lozano DePoy opened her door to strangers Tuesday to start a conversation in her community about race.
Dallas' MLK Center Hosts Juneteenth Drive Thru: 'We Celebrate In Honor Of Freedom'Volunteers also distributed non-perishables, toys, hygiene and cleaning products.
Plano Police Department Holds Virtual Open House For New SubstationIn current COVID times, the Plano Police Department got creative by holding a virtual Open House to preview its new substation.
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.
Methodist Charlton Medical Center Builds $71M Emergency Department In Southwest Dallas Methodist Health System announced plans to break ground on a major three-story addition to Methodist Charlton Medical Center.
Collin County Offers Housing Assistance For Those Impacted By COVID-19Collin County families and individuals impacted by COVID-19 can now apply online for housing and living assistance grants.
COVID-19 Testing, Education Expands To Southern Dallas CommunityStarting May 18, Baylor Scott & White Health, Methodist Health System, and Parkland Hospital are bringing specimen collection sites to better serve the needs of the community.
NFL Players Help Hand Out Free Food And Masks In FriscoDozens of people were in Frisco on Friday assisting local businesses help people in need during the pandemic.
There's Still Time To Donate Toward North Texas Giving Tuesday NowAs the hours tick away, the donations keep pouring in as North Texans come to the rescue of local nonprofits who do so much to serve others.
Dallas Woman Celebrates 108th Birthday, Community Honors One Of Oldest Texans A birthday is always cause for celebration, but for Mrs. Eva Johnson, turning 108 means a vehicle procession and in-person well-wishes from community leaders.
Texas Black Barbershop Owners Among Those Divided Over Coronavirus Social DistancingBlack barbers in Texas are engaging in a heated debate over whether cities and states should lift coronavirus social distancing mandates that have forced many of their businesses to close indefinitely.
Police Seek Women They Say Drugged, Robbed Person In Fort Worth Hotel RoomAfter two weeks, police have yet to identify two women they say drugged and robbed someone inside a north Fort Worth hotel.
After Losing Test Results, DPD Confirms 13th Officer Tested Positive For COVID-19Nearly four weeks after testing for the coronavirus, a senior corporal who works at Northeast Patrol Division learned on Wednesday about the month-old positive diagnosis.
Coronavirus In Texas: DFW Airport Offers Free Parking For Healthcare WorkersDFW Airport is now offering free parking in any of its five Terminal parking garages for eligible medical healthcare professionals aiding in the fight against the coronavirus.