The University of Dallas community called out a professor on the first day of school for calling COVID-19 the “China Virus” in his syllabus.
What happened: Leeann Hutson, a 1990 UD alumna, posted a picture of Dr. William Atto’s American Civilization I class syllabus on Aug. 25, the same day the professor distributed the outline for his class’ policies and procedures, according to The University News.
An Asian-owned liquor store in Dallas saw chaos earlier this week as a woman threw and destroyed items over a phone call.
What happened: Security footage shows the woman pulling down shelves and throwing products across the store.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with comments from Liên (@naillien.lopeezy).
A nail technician recently took to Instagram to share images of the injuries she sustained from an alleged attack while riding a train in Dallas last week.
The Dallas Police Department’s mobile app iWatch Dallas crashed due to a flood of video submissions from K-pop fans as a way to protect the identities of the Black Lives Matter protesters.
The online protest began after Twitter user @7soulsmap shared a screenshot of the Dallas PD post asking its citizens to send “video of illegal activity” from the Black Lives Matter protest on Sunday, according to Buzzfeed News.
A woman in Texas has taken to Twitter to expose a man who allegedly touched her without consent in public after pulling down her outfit as she walked out of a bar with a group of friends last week.
User @aimeiji, who lives in Dallas-Fort Worth, says she has never felt so violated in her life until the incident, which reportedly took place between a local Clutch and Concrete Cowboy after 1 a.m. on Sept. 7.
A man suspected of shooting his wife to death at an upscale hotel in Dallas, Texas on July 29 is now in police custody.
Peter Noble Nicholas III, 30, was found covered in blood when he opened the door of his room at Hotel ZaZa for responding officers.