Texas Civil Rights Activist Who Witnessed 'I Have A Dream Speech' Says Diversity Of Today's Protesters Gives Him Hope"When I see whites and blacks and Hispanics and even see a police officer walk over and give a protestor a hug, that encourages me," says Glen Rice.
Parades, Praise And Day Of Service Mark MLK Holiday In North TexasThis Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday marks the 25th anniversary of the Day of Service that celebrates the civil rights leader's life and legacy.
Dallas 5th Grader Shares Vision For America, Wins Oratory Competition Honoring MLKThe Dallas student said he believes the best way to honor Dr. King’s legacy is “to commit ourselves to his vision of nonviolence. Violence is not the solution to anything. Violence only breeds more violence.”
Dallas Mayor Issues Proclamation Declaring 2020 'A Year Of Nonviolence'Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a proclamation Friday declaring 2020 "a year of nonviolence" in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Volunteers Deliver New Shoes, Hands-On Lesson In Compassion To North Texas School ChildrenOrganizers say the hope is one day children who were given extra shoes, will remember those in the world who have none. And there are many.
North Texans Reflect 50 Years After Assassination Of MLKWe get two perspectives on whether or not Dr. Martin Luther King's call for racial equality is being met.
Commitment To MLK's Unfinished Work Remains 50 Years LaterDr. Martin Luther King's legacy continues, evident today in a new generation protesting many of the same issues the civil rights leader confronted 50 years ago: inequality, police brutality and poverty.
Tasha's KRLD To Do List January 11-15, 2018See what there is 'to do' around DFW this weekend.
Arlington's Upcoming MLK Parade Drawing Praise & ProtestThe controversy is about the Honorary Grand Marshal, Governor Greg Abbott.
National NAACP President Speaks Of 'Twitter-Aged' Civil Rights MovementCornell William Brooks was the keynote speaker at an annual UT Arlington MLK Banquet.
104-Year-Old Fort Worth Woman Says She Met MLKMarilyn Lucille Baker was born before women could vote. She grew up in a world with segregated schools and stores and saw people protest when those boundaries were challenged.
North Texans Turn MLK Holiday Into Day Of ServiceIt was with a spirit of gratitude that some 400 volunteers gathered at Dallas’ Concord Church to become ‘Meals on Wheels’ delivery drivers for the day: opting to use their Martin Luther King holiday day ‘off’ as a day ‘in’ the community: serving others.
Teen Shot, Suspect In Custody Near Fair ParkDART confirms it happened at the MLK northbound platform around 3:00 p.m.
North Texans Remember Dr. Martin Luther KingAcross the country today, people paused to remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior.
Dallas Parade Remembers Dr. King's Legacy