Protesters were met with tear gas Monday night as they tried to cross the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge into West Dallas.
George Floyd's funeral will be held in Houston on Tuesday, June 9, after a public viewing on Monday evening. There will also be memorial services in Minneapolis and North Carolina.
Anyone with information on Gonzalez's whereabouts is asked to call the Waco Police Department at 254-750-7685.
At the White House Monday evening, President Donald Trump threatened to deploy military resources if states cannot get protests under control. He called on governors to deploy the National Guard.
A pilot program is in the works to help more homeless people in Dallas.
Many business owners in Downtown Dallas and Uptown are on edge as more demonstrations are planned for Monday night and the possibility of more unrest.
Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price is speaking out against what he saw this weekend.
In Minneapolis, Floyd’s brother, Terrence, made an emotional plea at the site where Floyd was pinned to the pavement by an officer who put his knee on the handcuffed black man's neck until he stopped breathing.
Dallas police are investigating two “use of force” incidents on Sunday in downtown Dallas as authorities cracked down on protesters.
Two very different stories can be told about what happened over the weekend in Los Angeles and across the nation. One demonstrates solidarity among people of all races, doing whatever they can to make sure that the message isn't lost in translation: black individuals are not being treated as first-class citizens in the United States and the death of George Floyd can't be another statistic. The other attempts to distract from that message by whatever means possible in hopes of capitalizing on a divided nation in order to shatter our dreams of unity.
Attorney Ben Crump, who represents the family of George Floyd, held a news conference Monday sharing the results of the separate autopsy the team had called for earlier in the week.
Genesis Church Pastor Tecoy Porter spoke of the double pandemic occurring in the country right now: Coronavirus and the virus of racism.
Two Atlanta police officers who were captured on video forcibly pulling a pair of college students out of their car and placing them under arrest during protests Saturday night have been fired, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Sunday.
Federal health authorities have received reports of nearly 26,000 nursing home residents dying from COVID-19, according to materials prepared for the nation's governors.
UPDATE: Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington confirmed Monday it appears Sunday's incident was not an intentional act. The driver was already on the freeway when it closed and did not go around any barricades.
Fort Worth begins a curfew Monday night in response to local and nationwide unrest over the weekend.
Arrest reports show that the two Florida women were arrested on Friday after tossing paint onto the front door of Derek Chauvin's Windermere home.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter was arrested in New York City during protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Terrence Floyd said he wants justice handed to the officers responsible for his brother's death, but feels violence is not what his sibling would have wanted.
Several YMCA locations around North Texas reopened their doors Monday.