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Denton police grasp for leads as armed robberies continue
As Denton police continue to investigate a series of armed robberies dating back to Sep. 5, officers responded to another armed robbery early Monday morning at the 7-Eleven store in the 1200 block of South Loop 288. They responded to a similar robbery at that store on Sept. 5. Police now believe at least six aggravated robberies could be connected to the same suspect.
UNT raised more than $30 million in the past year
For fiscal year 2017, UNT received $19.6 million in cash donations and an additional $10.5 million in pledges and estate gift commitments, according to a news release.
Texas to change voting in nursing homes — for one election, by accident
Election administrators hope to avoid confusion as Texans living in nursing homes test a new system of voting during the state’s constitutional election — a one-time change prompted by a new law set to vanish in December.
Denton music fest bound for Deep Ellum
More of Senate Bill 4 in force
Blotter: Man hits doors of local businesses with stolen car
A man on Sunday drove a stolen silver Hyundai into the front door of a convenience store and, later, the Kroger grocery store in the 500 block of West University Drive, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.
New ruling on ‘sanctuary cities’ law lets Texas enforce detainer provision
Texas for now can require law enforcement to honor federal immigration requests to detain people in local jails for possible deportation under a new "sanctuary cities" law supported by the Trump administration, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday.
Collins’ opposition slams health care drive
Weiner gets 21 months in prison in sexting case
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Prescott, Cowboys pull away to beat Cardinals 28-17
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Weekend recap: Denton-area teams have plenty to brag about
Rookie guard Smith gives Mavs hope in Nowitzki’s 20th season
UNT notebook: UNT soccer team off to solid start in C-USA
Denton County health officials offer free flu vaccine
Free flu shots are available at two northern Denton County locations Saturday, thanks to the Denton County Medical Reserve Corps.
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UNT faculty express 'shock, dismay and embarrassment' for upcoming Trump Jr. speech
White House lifts Obama-era guideline for sexual assault cases at colleges
Vandals damage sculpture by UNT alumnus
One year later, campus carry brings no apparent change to UNT
UNT professors earn grants to increase cultural competency of therapists
A team of three University of North Texas professors have been awarded at four-year, $1,272,233 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to increase the cultural competency in therapists.
UNT student published in latest ‘Chicken Soup’ series
UNT looking to innovation, international collaboration to accelerate its growth
NCAA assistant coaches among 10 accused of fraud, corruption
NEW YORK (AP) -- Four assistant basketball coaches from Arizona, Auburn, the University of Southern California and Oklahoma State were among those arrested on federal corruption charges Tuesday after they were caught taking thousands of dollars in bribes to steer NBA-destined college stars toward certain sports agents and financial advisers, authorities said.
Jonah Goldberg: Dogs’ love of man isn’t just con job
One of my favorite kinds of news stories is the report of a new scientific study that verifies the obvious. You've seen them. New research finds that heterosexual men are attracted to very attractive women. Evidence collected by wildlife researchers has confirmed that bears really do use the woods as toilets.
Athletes should protest on own time
We are sick of professional athletes who insist on turning sporting events into political displays. Yes, the United States is the land of freedom. They are free to take a knee during the pre-game playing of the "Star Spangled Banner." And their employers are free to fire them for making political demonstrations on the company clock.