Rep. Colin Allred Raises Huge Fundraising Haul To Challenge GOP Sen. Ted Cruz
The Texas Democrat’s senate campaign announced $4.7 million in the third quarter.
The Family Of A Black Student Is Suing Officials In Texas For Hair Discrimination
Darryl George, 17, has been serving an in-school suspension at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu because school officials said that his dreadlocks violate the district’s dress code.
Texas Teen Suspended for Hairstyle Sues Gov. Greg Abbott
The student and his family are accusing the governor and the state’s attorney general of allegedly failing to enforce the state’s CROWN Act.
Serial Killer Billy Chemirmir Dies In Texas Prison, Officials Explain How He Met His End
Suspected of killing as many as 22 elderly women, prosecutors said he took their lives, then stole their jewelry.
Why Texas School District Suspended Black Boy Over Dreadlocks, Despite Hair Discrimination Ban
Two dozen states have enacted a CROWN Act that bans hairstyle discrimination associated with race.
Black Man Says He Suffered Serious Injuries in Brutal Encounter with Texas Police
‘I kind of folded like a flip phone,’ Keandre Green recalled of the arrest for what his lawyer said was a minor offense.
Texas Woman Arrested and Charged with Threatening Federal Judge Overseeing Trump’s Election Case
Abigail Jo Shry left a voicemail for Judge Tanya Chutkan saying, "You are in our sights, we want to kill you.”
Texas School Trustee Claims Children Are Traumatized by Racially-Inclusive Posters
The poster of a Black and white child holding hands is considered among "symbols of personal ideologies."
Texas A&M To Pay $1 Million Settlement To Black Journalism Professor After Probe Uncovers Botched Hiring
The school ‘has learned from its mistakes,’ the university says.
Police In Texas Hold Black Family At Gunpoint In Traffic Stop, Admit 'Mistake' Was Made
‘Y'all put a gun on my son for no reason,’ a man says on police bodycam video.