A crowd gathered to protest against the Fort Worth police at the Tarrant County Courthouse in December.
A crowd gathered to protest against the Fort Worth police at the Tarrant County Courthouse in December. Joyce Marshall jlmarshall@star-telegram.com
A crowd gathered to protest against the Fort Worth police at the Tarrant County Courthouse in December. Joyce Marshall jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

Group chosen to fix ‘cruel reality’ of race relations in Fort Worth

July 25, 2017 09:23 PM

UPDATED July 26, 2017 12:36 PM

More Videos

Want an exotic pet in Fort Worth? The Humane Society of North Texas has you covered 1:32

Want an exotic pet in Fort Worth? The Humane Society of North Texas has you covered

The truth about prescription opioids and addiction 1:32

The truth about prescription opioids and addiction

Video shows drunken driver nearly hit police, bystanders in Texas 1:06

Video shows drunken driver nearly hit police, bystanders in Texas

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, December 6 0:31

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, December 6

Suspects target multiple storage units in Blue Mound 0:37

Suspects target multiple storage units in Blue Mound

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, November 29 0:31

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, November 29

His nightclub empire made millions because you could buy cocaine in the bathrooms 2:54

His nightclub empire made millions because you could buy cocaine in the bathrooms

Arlington Police's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, November 28 0:31

Arlington Police's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, November 28

Watch out, Amazon. Bell Helicopter is getting into the drone delivery business 1:37

Watch out, Amazon. Bell Helicopter is getting into the drone delivery business

Fort Worth's Molly the Trolley shuttle begins $2 fee 0:56

Fort Worth's Molly the Trolley shuttle begins $2 fee

  • Want an exotic pet in Fort Worth? The Humane Society of North Texas has you covered

    Animal Control in the DeSoto area found a 15-foot Burmese python, which got us thinking, where else would exotic animals be found in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Turns out, the Human Society of North Texas has everything from pythons to chinchillas to bats. (Although bats can't be adopted. Sorry.)