Limited Data Shows The Coronavirus May Be Killing More Men Than WomenResearchers say smoking, drinking, and general poor health are a few of the factors that could explain why more men than women seem to be dying from the coronavirus.
Harvey Weinstein Convicted Of Criminal Sex Act And 3rd Degree RapeHarvey Weinstein was convicted Monday at his sexual assault trial, sealing his dizzying fall from powerful Hollywood studio boss to archvillain of the #MeToo movement.
TCU Women's Rifle Team Gunning For Another National TitleAs it stands, the TCU Women's Rifle team is the winningest team in school history with three national championships under their belt.
Families Of Women Allegedly Murdered By Billy Chemirmir File Suit Against Apartment ComplexThe families of two women thought to be murdered by Billy Chemirmir have filed a lawsuit against the apartment complex they were both murdered in.
Hundreds Gather In Dallas For 4th Annual Women's MarchThe fourth annual Women’s March is part of a larger movement across the U.S. to bring attention to issues like equal pay, immigration and reproductive rights.
Plugged In: Coping With Stress And BurnoutIs work ruining your Sunday? Best-selling author and entrepreneur, TK Kader, explains what the Sunday jitters are and how he overcame them.
Vandals Deface Mural Honoring Transgender Community In DallasVandals defaced a mural on Cedar Springs Road commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. 
Transgender Women Fight Texas Law That Restricts Inmates From Changing NameThree transgender women have filed a lawsuit challenging a Texas law that bars federal prison inmates from legally changing their names while in custody and within two years after serving their sentence.
Police Seek Man Who Assaulted Woman, Hit Her Friend With His Truck After They Defended ThemselvesDallas police officers are searching for a man who assaulted two women in the 3000 block of Indiana Street on Sunday morning. 
Burleson Police Looking For 2 Suspects Who Tased, Robbed Woman In Ross Parking LotBurleson police are looking for two women they say tased a shopper in a parking lot Wednesday.
Texas: Evangelical Women's Health Group Owes State $1.5MAn Associated Press investigation found that the group came nowhere close to serving 50,000 women, as it had promised.