North Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Hate Crime Against African-American FamilyAccording to court documents, Glenn Halfin threatened force, intimidated, and interfered with a family because of their race and occupancy of an apartment that was located directly above his own apartment.
Arrested For Stalking Grapevine Man Now Facing Federal ChargesA white man arrested for stalking an African-American family last year in Grapevine is now facing not only state but federal charges too.
North Texans Rally Around Couple Targeted For Being GayHundreds of North Texans are rallying around a McKinney resident who said he was the victim of a hate crime in his own neighborhood.
Family Honors Man Dragged To Death In Jasper, Texas 20 Years LaterRelatives have dedicated a bench to honor a black man who was chained to a pickup truck and dragged to his death in East Texas 20 years ago.
Police Say Oak Lawn Robbery, Assault Victims Were Targeted For Being GayThe Dallas Police Department released a grainy picture of one of the alleged attackers.
Dallas Police Say No Evidence Of Hate Crime In Wednesday HomicideThe victim was Carla Patricia Flores-Pavon, 26. The transgender woman had been strangled, police said.
Texas Man Sentenced For Hate-Crime Assaults On Gay MenA north Texas man has been sentenced to federal prison for hate-crime assaults on gay men.
Texas Man Gets Prison For Hate-Crime Assaults On Gay MenA Texas man was sentenced to federal prison for hate-crime assaults on gay men.
Lawyer Argues Texas Dragging Death A 'Drug Deal Gone Bad'One of three white men convicted in the 1998 East Texas dragging death of a black man is arguing in an appeal that the killing was a "backwoods drug deal gone bad" and not racially motivated.
3rd Texas Man Admits Hate-Crime Assaults On Gay MenA third Texas man has pleaded guilty to hate-crime assaults on men because the victims were gay.
Man Convicted Of Notorious Dragging Death Gets Court ReviewThe 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals late Tuesday said it would review a claim from John William King that lawyers were deficient in presenting a case for innocence during his trial for what became one of the nation's most shocking hate crimes since the Civil Rights era.
9/11 Memorial Designer To Create Church Shooting MemorialThe architect who designed the 9/11 Memorial in New York has been chosen to create a memorial to honor the nine worshippers gunned down in a racist shooting attack on a South Carolina church.