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Fine engineers game-winning drive, UNT edges Army in thriller
All Mason Fine could do was sit and watch last season as Army snatched a chance for North Texas to reach its ultimate goal away.
Denton groups plan public transgender remembrance vigil
A Denton ministry has teamed up with three advocacy groups to observe Transgender Remembrance Day, which honors and mourns transgender people killed worldwide on Monday.
Volleyball: Argyle's improbable title run falls short in state final
Despite playing in its fourth straight state final Saturday, Argyle made no secret of the fact that it didn't have many girls on the court who were used to leading the charge.
Texans driven mad as tolls burn holes in their wallets
Woman dies in three-car crash with beloved dog
Blotter: Gunman shoots one outside local sports bar
A single gunman shot one victim at 1:16 a.m. Saturday outside Vitty's Sports bar, police say.
UNT upping tuition for certain programs
University of North Texas students in the College of Music, College of Engineering and the College of Business will pay additional tuition starting in fall 2018.
Football: TC Nelson shocks Guyer as last-second TD is called back
'A mother to us all': City's newest school namesake leaves lasting legacy in Denton education and community
Thanksgiving holiday closures
State, county and city government offices will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving. The U.S Postal Service and other federal offices will be closed Thursday only.
Familiarity defending option attack doesn't help UNT defense, but offense comes to rescue
North Texas was hoping seeing Army's option offense twice last season would help the Mean Green in the third meeting between the teams on Saturday at Apogee Stadium.
Friday Q&A with Sal Interdonato of the Times Herald-Record
UNT aims to finish unbeaten at Apogee
M. Ray Perryman: Hispanics essential to U.S., Texas workforce
More than 40 million people in the United States identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino, up from fewer than 28 million in 2003, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hispanics may be of any race, and include Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Central and South Americans, and others.
Basketball roundup: Lady Chaps claim bronze in Bells tournament
After winning by forfeit Friday night, Aubrey used its unexpected day off to its advantage and came back to defeat Braswell 50-45 in overtime to claim bronze in the Bells tournament.
Hugs & Shrugs
It's tough for a business to stand out in the crowd these days. Selena Rosa, a Mexican restaurant in New York City, has gone too far to get attention.