The 93-year-old was honored for her advocacy. She's already gathered more than 1,000,000 signatures.
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Opal Lee, Pushing To Make Juneteenth A National Holiday, Honored In Fort WorthThe 93-year-old was honored for her advocacy. She's already gathered more than 1,000,000 signatures.
Frisco 2nd Grader Sells Yard Flag Service Benefiting Frisco PoliceBrooks Dunagan is young entrepreneur. Lining the yards of Frisco, are tiny flags he sold and installed.
Dozens Protest North Texas Business After Owner Calls Customer The N-Word, Owner Apologizesit began when the customer said he and the shop's owner got into an argument after the customer mistakenly flushed a napkin down the toilet.
Dallas Moms Look To Improve Race Relations Through ConversationsLisa Lozano DePoy opened her door to strangers Tuesday to start a conversation in her community about race.
Beloved Dallas Diner Chain Helps Give Homeless Children Something To Celebrate... Their Own BirthdaysNorma's Cafe supports The Birthday Party Project, which throws parties and creates smiles for homeless children around the country.
WWII Veteran Surprised With 100-Car Salute On 100th BirthdayGlenn Lacy, a highly decorated World War II veteran and volunteer for Baylor Scott & White turned 100 years old on Monday.
Dallas' MLK Center Hosts Juneteenth Drive ThruDallas’s Martin Luther King Center held a drive thru celebration this afternoon to give back to their community in need.
Rockwall Police Investigating After Someone Rams Car Into Z’s Catfish"It really hits you in your gut to have to come into something like this," said the restaurant's owner, Zora Wesley during a Facebook Live. "You work hard to create your own business and to have something like this happen... is unbelievable. I am at a loss for words."
2 Dallas Churches Come Together For 'Conversation In Black And White'"Conversation Ii Black and White" s the name of their live stream, but is also a reflection of their congregations and their communities.
VIgil For Burleson High Student Killed In Hit And RunTre Allison, 16, was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck Monday night. He died at the scene.
$100K Donated To Black-Owned Boutique Hit By Looters In Deep EllumIn just three days, people from all over the world donated $100,000 to the cleanup effort.
North Texas Community Advocate Talks Of High Cost Of ChangeCory Sessions says demonstrations are in the DNA of the U.S. He says there must also be education and legislation.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Responds To Calls To Defund Police Department, Says That's Not The Answer“We depend on our police department for safety and security and we expect our officers to build relationships with students," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Dallas Mavericks Holding 'Courageous Conversations' Meet-Up In Victory PlazaDallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will be joined by team CEO Cynt Marshall for what is being called a 'courageous conversation' about race, privilege and every day challenges.
Garland Teachers Take Lesson On Social Justice Outside"We are teachers that are supporting Black Lives Matter. Because we care about our students we want to stand by them."
Thousands Of Mourners Line Up At Texas Church For George Floyd VisitationMonday was the first of two days of remembrance for the Houston man who died May 25 with the knee of a Minnesota police officer on his neck.
Dallas Hosting 'Mourning At The Plaza' Friday In Memory Of George FloydThe city of Dallas will hold a George Floyd remembrance ceremony for Friday, June 5 at 8:00 a.m. outside Dallas City Hall.
Peaceful Protest Organized By Kids In Fort WorthHundreds of children and their parents gathered in North Fort Worth with signs as they protested peacefully near a road.
Protest In Lewisville Tuesday Night Turns TenseREAD MORE HERE about protests expanding into cities outside of Dallas and Fort Worth. https://cbsloc.al/2XyTaXv
George Floyd's Family Joins Estimated 60K At Houston Rally, Call For Non-Violent ProtestsMayor Sylvester Turner told the crowd that the rally and march were about “lifting up the family of George Floyd.”
Those Protesting George Floyd's Death Comply Peacefully With Dallas Police As Curfew Zone ExpandedAs the 7:00 p.m. curfew drew near, the crowd dispersed, with many moving to Lake Cliff Park, where the curfew is not in effect.
Despite Peaceful Protests Some Arlington Businesses Close Fearing Second Night Of LootingSome of the protesters were frustrated, felling their peaceful demonstration was conflated with those showing up and doing damage.
Arlington Church Leaders, Police Pray For PeaceCBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney takes us to the event.
Fort Worth Community Leader Says Police And Citizens Need To Come TogetherCory Session said he hopes to have a vigil in Fort Worth with citizens and police.