Shining the spotlight on North Texas people or places making a difference in the community

Jun 4, 2012

Race In DFW: First Memories On Racial Differences

Race In DFW: First Memories On Racial Differences

North Texans share the moment they learned about racial differences

Jun 4, 2012

Race In DFW: Part 2-Social Media

Race In DFW: Part 2-Social Media

Multiracial group of students at UT Arlington recently reviewed an msnbc segment dealing with race.. and a Viral Video regarding Asian stereotypes.

Sep 28, 2012

Why Discuss Race In DFW?

Why Discuss Race In DFW?

A closer look at some of the racial issues DFW faces in the 21st century.

Jun 3, 2012

Race In DFW: The Facts

Race In DFW: The Facts

Some facts about racial diversity in Texas

Jul 2, 2012

Race In DFW: Why Whites Are Reluctant

Race In DFW: Why Whites Are Reluctant

For white people, the topic of race is sensitive, complex and changing.

Jun 3, 2012

Race In DFW: Interracial Marriages Increase

Race In DFW: Interracial Marriages Increase

The number of interracial marriages in the U.S. is higher than ever before. Acceptance is also higher than ever before.

Jul 3, 2012

Race In DFW: Black Man's Burden

Race In DFW: Black Man's Burden

For generations of African-American families, it's necessary to tell young black males that they may be viewed as suspicious.

Jun 3, 2012

Race In DFW: Who Is Latino?

Race In DFW: Who Is Latino?

Hispanics and Latinos in North Texas represent a variety of skin tones and nationalities.

Jun 3, 2012

Race In DFW: Targeting Asian-Americans

Race In DFW: Targeting Asian-Americans

Asian-Americans are the top targets for bullies in US public schools and the US military.

Jun 3, 2012

Race In DFW: Helping Hispanics Graduate

Race In DFW: Helping Hispanics Graduate

Programs to get Hispanic women into college are making a difference but males are vanishing from campuses. Will Latinos emerge as laborers or leaders?

Top Stories
Ebola Victim's Sister: Hospital Denied Request

Ebola Victim's Sister: Hospital Denied Request

The family of the first Ebola victim to die in the United States says the hospital that cared for him has refused for weeks to release lab results showing the effects of an experimental drug treatment,...

Video Captures Fatal McKinney House Fire

Video Captures Fatal McKinney House Fire

McKinney firefighters find one person dead inside one of two homes that were damaged by a fire early Wednesday morning, officials say.

Police: Pair Left Large Bag of Drugs at Day Care

Police: Pair Left Large Bag of Drugs at Day Care

Lufkin police say they arrested a man and a woman who left a large bag of marijuana in a day care trash can.

Vet's Penalty Not Tough Enough, Dog's Owner Says

Vet's Penalty Not Tough Enough, Dog's Owner Says

A Fort Worth veterinarian who admitted to keeping a family's dog alive to use it for blood transfusions instead of euthanizing it has been barred from practicing for five years -- a decision the family...

Owner of Dog Cop Shot in Video: "I Couldn't Believe It"

Owner of Dog Cop Shot in Video: "I Couldn't Believe It"

A Cleburne family is demanding justice after just-released video showed a police officer shooting and killing their 6-month-old pit bull Maximus.

West Texas Man Sentenced for Stabbing Girlfriend

West Texas Man Sentenced for Stabbing Girlfriend

A 52-year-old West Texas man is sentenced to prison for stabbing his girlfriend during an argument in October 2013.