George Floyd Case: Judge Releases Ex-Officers Lane And Kueng Body Cam Videos (Warning: Graphic Content)The Hennepin County judge overseeing the George Floyd case has made the body worn cameras from ex-officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng available.
Reward Offered For Information On Suspects Involved In Capitol ProtestsThe Texas Department of Public Safety is asking for help finding ten people involved in crimes during protests that led to rioting at the Texas State Capitol on May 30, 2020.
Six Flags Takes Social Media Break, Wants To 'Invest In Platforms Devoid Of Hate Speech'It's a decision the company says, that strives to be "thoughtful and considerate of where we place our advertising dollars to ensure that we invest in platforms devoid of hate speech and harmful content."
Dallas Women Arrested During George Floyd Protests Challenge State Anti-Rioting Law In Class Action SuitThree women arrested during protests against systemic racism and police violence have sued the city of Dallas and Dallas County in a challenge to the Texas anti-rioting law.
Dallas Dismissing Curfew Charges Against ProtestersDallas Police Chief Renee Hall said this decision does not apply to the people who face riotous, burglary of business or various other misdemeanor offense charges.
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. 
Posthumous Pardon For George Floyd Is Possible For Houston Drug ConvictionThe actions of a scandal-ridden police officer in Houston could result in a posthumous pardon for George Floyd.
North Texas Officers Deliver Portrait Of George Floyd To HoustonOfficers with the Lancaster Police Department personally delivered a portrait of George Floyd to Houston on Sunday.
Governor Greg Abbott Addresses Major Issues Facing Texans: Police, Coronavirus, Back To School"Defunding the police is always the wrong answer," said Governor Greg Abbott Friday during an exclusive interview with CBS 11.
'Texas Sized Justice': Senate Republicans Unveil Proposed Changes For PoliceSenate Republicans unveiled proposed changes to police procedures and accountability Wednesday, aiming for what Sen. John Cornyn calls "Texas sized justice."
UT President To Meet With Student Groups On Athletes' Demands To Ditch 'The Eyes Of Texas'The athletes said last week they won’t help the school recruit future athletes and won't participate in alumni events as they typically do.