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Voices of invisible Tent City residents

After an Aug. 2 formal media statement on homelessness outside an illegal tent city was interrupted by unexpected violence, numerous television news crews entered the Interstate 45 settlement with police officers in order to record images of the location and ...

Fair Park group says city has failed South Dallas

“This area has been nicknamed ‘Zombieland’ because that’s what’s here due to mental illness, drug abuse, all other kinds of illnesses and idiosyncrasies. It’s what we deal with on a daily basis,” said Ibrahim Abdullah of the Masjid Al-Islam Beacon ...

White nationalist rally leaves three dead, dozens injured

A car rammed into a crowd of protesters and a state police helicopter crashed into the woods Saturday as tension boiled over at a White supremacist rally. The violent day left three dead, dozens injured and this usually quiet college ...

Locked up for life: Part 1 of a national investigation

Courtroom 801 is nearly empty when guards bring in Bobby Hines, hands cuffed in front of navy prison scrubs.

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The fifth annual Backpacks 4 Brainiacs Back to School Supply Rally and Concert, presented by Hip Hop 4 Hope and Operation Community Care, will be held Aug. 12 from noon to 4 p.m. at Southwest Center Mall - lower level, ...

Texas Legislative Sessions: What people would be surprised to know

During the 85th legislative session, which ended May 29, a total of 10,672 bills were filed on behalf of the people of Texas with 4,960 passed and 51 vetoed. Most of the remaining bills died before making it to Gov. ...

Ex-officer indicted on murder charge in Black teen's death

A White former police officer has been indicted on a murder charge in the April shooting death of Jordan Edwards, a Black teenager who was a passenger in a car that was leaving a party in Balch Springs, prosecutors said ...

Broadnax appoints city’s first Black female police chief

In the midst of multiple community and governmental issues plaguing the city of Dallas, city officials are looking for strong leadership to head the Dallas Police Department. Since the retirement of Chief David Brown, the city has been on an ...

Dallas named as a place of racial healing, transformation

“We understand that as a city, that Dallas – as diverse as we are – there are several, several, several, ideas of what truth, racial healing and transformation should and needs to look like,” said Joli Robinson, co-chair of the ...

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Lancaster City Council approved a citywide smoke-free ordinance making all workplaces in the city smoke-free, including all bars and restaurants. The new ordinance went into effect June 26.

Florida’s first African American state attorney pulled over in traffic stop

There was something a little unusual about a June 19 traffic stop in Orlando – other than the driver being Florida’s first African American state attorney who also happens to be in a legal fight with the governor over the ...

Message of Hope: Kayla Reed shares inspirational message to future queens, kings

“Pretty much you name it, I have been through it. Luckily I don’t look like what I have been through. I come from a broken home, I was bullied…” Kayla Reed, reigning Miss Black Dallas Coed, said as she described ...

New laws could impact the Black community in a positive way

Each year, the 150-member Texas House of Representatives and 31-member Texas Senate gather in Austin during the Texas Legislative Session to discuss and vote on bills that govern Texas.

Around the State

Summer is here, and for many children in Dallas County that means long hours of inactivity, too much TV and munching unhealthy snacks.

Prosecutor shocked by mistrial for cop who killed Black man

An Oklahoma prosecutor said Saturday that he was shocked when a judge declared a mistrial in the case of a White former Tulsa police officer who fatally shot his daughter’s Black boyfriend because jurors had deliberated for only a few ...