Funeral Held In Dallas For Murdered Transgender Woman Muhlaysia BookerMuhlaysia Booker, the transgender woman who was shot and killed in East Dallas 10 days ago, will be laid to rest today.
Police Affidavit: Man Was Offered $200 To Beat Transgender Woman In DallasInvestigators in Dallas say a man was offered $200 to beat a transgender woman in an attack that was caught-on-tape.
Police Investigating Whether Man Who Beat Transgender Woman Was Paid For AttackPolice are investigating whether a man in custody for assaulting a transgender woman in Dallas was paid to carry out the assault.
Carrollton City Council Approves Anti-Discrimination Ordinance To Protect LGBT City EmployeesIn a 5 to 2 vote, Carrollton became the latest city in the Metroplex to approve protections for LGBT city employees.
Cyndi Lauper Unveils Report On LGBTQ Youth HomelessnessYears before reaching pop music stardom, Cyndi Lauper was down on her luck, broke and homeless. She talked about her experience while unveiling a nationwide report on youth homelessness.
WHO To Stop Classifying Transgender People As Mentally IllThe WHO announced Monday that "gender incongruence" has been moved out of the mental disorders classification. It will now be discussed as a topic of sexual health.
Conservative Christian Attorneys Gain Influence Under TrumpAttorneys with First Liberty law firm in Dallas have moved into powerful taxpayer-funded jobs at the Texas attorney general's office, and even advised President Trump.
National Gay Rights Group Says Amazon Should Avoid DFW For Next HeadquartersThose connected to Dallas' business and gay community say Dallas is not anti-gay.
State Health Department Identifies 'HIV Clusters' In DFWSome are blaming social media and the influx of so-called ‘hook up apps’ for the HIV infection clusters identified in DFW, Houston, and San Antonio.
Texas Activist Targeted, Beaten Amid 'Bathroom Bill' DebatePolice say a Texas transgender activist beaten in a carjacking was targeted because of her gender identity, further raising tensions as state lawmakers advance revived legislation critics call an anti-LGBT "bathroom bill."
Dallas CEOs Express Concerns Over 'Bathroom Bill'As members of the Texas Legislature continue to debate the so-called 'bathroom bill,' a collection of Dallas business leaders have sent a letter to express their concerns about the measure.