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.
A community in Texas has rallied together to raise funds for a nail salon owner in Katy after he was shot by a 21-year-old woman who was unsatisfied with the price of services.
What happened: Joana Vara, 21, and her sister, Quetzali Vara, 20, said they were “unhappy with the price of the services” and got into an argument with the owner of Katy Nails in Katy, Texas, on May 29, according to WPSD Local 6.
Dr. Tiffany Moon, a newcomer to the recently-concluded fifth season of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Dallas,” will not tolerate racist attacks against her character, her lawyer said in a statement.
What happened: Moon was subjected to racist cyberbullying by family members of her co-star, Kameron Westcott, on Twitter last week. The co-stars also had an argument on the show involving accusations of racism towards each other.
American stand-up comedian Tony Hinchcliffe made several racist comments during a comedy show in Austin last week as Asian Americans continue to face rising hate crimes across the country.
The video: Peng Dang, a Chinese national stand-up comedian who performs in the U.S., shared a brief video of Hinchcliffe during their show last week, where the former introduced him on stage.
A 16-year-old boy in Houston has been charged with murder for the alleged shooting and killing of his stepfather at a local restaurant on Wednesday night.
The Houston police said the family gathered for a birthday celebration at Shabu Zone in the Hong Kong City Mall on the 11200 block of Bellaire Boulevard when the shooting occurred shortly after 6 p.m., Click2Houston reported.
Nine valedictorians — all with a 5.0 GPA — are set to graduate this June at Bellaire High School in Houston.
Bellaire Principal Michael McDonough said he is proud of what the nine senior students achieved at school and how they overcame the obstacles brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Korean professional gamer based in Dallas, Texas has opened up about his team’s daily brush with “unspeakable” racism, from people who cuss to those who cough on them.
Lee Eui-seok, who goes by the moniker “Fearless,” plays in the Overwatch League for the Dallas Fuel, whose eight active members are all Korean.
A Korean American congressional candidate in Texas is facing a backlash for making anti-Chinese immigrant remarks in a forum last week.
Sery Kim, who is Republican, was responding to a question about the U.S. immigration crisis when she said of potential Chinese immigrants, “I don’t want them here at all.”
A Chick-fil-A customer in Houston was shocked to find the word “China” in place of her name on her receipt.
The customer, whose first name is Tina, ordered her meal at the drive-thru at a Chick-fil-A in Houston on March 22, Business Insider reported.
Three middle school teachers with the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (CFBISD) in Texas have been put on administrative leave pending investigation on a test question that encouraged racial stereotypes about Chinese culture.
Joy Lim, a 2018 Carrollton Creekview High School graduate, shared the question on Twitter Tuesday, which she says had appeared on her sixth-grade sister’s social studies quiz.
A beauty store owner was attacked inside her own store by two women in Harris County, Texas on March 17.
Jung Kim, who is of Korean descent, asked the five women who knocked over the store’s wig displays to leave the premises. However, two of them doubled back and caused further destruction.
The Keller Police Department has seized a “vehicle of interest” connected to a recent hit-and-run that killed a man in Texas.
A gray SUV hit Feng Zhou, 58, while he was walking with his wife at around 6 p.m. by Johnson Road on Saturday, CBSDFW reports.