Approximately 100 Demonstrators Gather To Say White Supremacy Not Welcome In DentonThe crowd came to condemn hate in all forms in the wake of two disturbing incidents last weekend.
Texas Officers Punished Amid Nationwide Fallout Over Racist, Violent Facebook PostsPolice officers in Texas are facing consequences amid nationwide fallout over racist and violent Facebook posts revealed by a watchdog group.
The Power Of Community: Our Father's Children Helping The Smallest VictimsOur Father’s Children works to create positive, uplifting memories for children of abuse and neglect. Learn how you can help.
Rise In Anti-Semitic Attacks Alarms North Texas Jewish Community, Builds Resolve To Eradicate Hate Through EducationA new, expanded Dallas Holocaust Museum that will not only focus on the Holocaust, but human rights, is set to open in September in downtown Dallas.
Sounds Of Remembrance: Names Of 27K Children Abused In 2018 Read AloudFor 24+ hours straight, volunteers from around​ North Texas will read the names and ages of more than 27,000​ children who were reported as abused​ in Dallas County in 2018.
Music Instructor Who Taught For 20 Years Arrested For Child Sexual Abuse Reid Rogers worked at Sounds Good School of Music as a guitar instructor for the last two decades.
Despite Heat, Migrant Caravan Of Thousands, Including Many Children Heads Toward USA new migrant caravan of about 2,500 people is making its way through southern Mexico, headed for the U.S. border.
Affidavit: Man Admits 'Frustration' Made Him Abuse 8-Week-Old BabyThe baby is fighting for his life at Cook Children's Hospital, where he arrived with hemorrhaging in the brain and bruises on his body.
Fort Worth Mom Convicted Of Child Endangerment In Brutal Beating Death Of Son, 2A Fort Worth woman was convicted of child endangerment in the 2015 death of her 2-year-old son in an attack blamed on her boyfriend.
Carrollton Leaders Consider Anti-Discrimination Ordinance To Protect City LGBTQ EmployeesTonight, the City of Carrollton is considering an ordinance that would shield city employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Gov. Abbott Announces $18M In Grants To Combat Human Trafficking In TexasGovernor Abbott announced Tuesday $18 million in grant funding will go toward efforts to help victims of human trafficking.