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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
Trailing by four late in the fourth quarter of Friday night's game against Trophy Club Nelson, Guyer's Luke Stillwell dropped back and then took off behind Lanz, heading for the end zone.
Blotter: Hit-and-run suspect hits 17-year-old with vehicle, police say
The report said the tenant, who was not identified, was behind on rent by about $5,000. No arrests were made. 400 block of South Elm Street — Police found a toy replica handgun, drug paraphernalia and "burglary tools" on two people suspected of a burglary in Denton, according to a police report.
'A mother to us all': City's newest school namesake leaves lasting legacy in Denton education and community
Volleyball: Argyle to face Needville in Saturday's Class 4A state final
Denton utility deposits a burden for some
The Barnett family’s electricity and garbage bill often comes in higher than the monthly payment for their mobile home in southern Denton. The city's credit and collection policies make it even tougher for families like theirs.
Longtime local business owner dies at 87
Brian Briscoe recalled his father, Jack Edward Briscoe, as a devoted businessman who told masterful stories and volunteered in Denton schools long after his own children graduated. Jack Briscoe, the former owner of Briscoe Alignment & Tire, died Wednesday. He was 87.
After Sutherland Springs shooting, Cornyn files bill on background checks
Fights, sex, drugs: Texas juvenile lockup on the verge of crisis, reports show
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Volleyball: UNT advances to C-USA semifinals
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. -- After losing the first set, North Texas went on to defeat Marshall 19-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-12 in the quarterfinals of the Conference USA tournament. Freshman outside hitter Valerie Valerian led UNT with a career-high 18 kills.
Football: Pilot Point's season comes to end with 54-7 loss to Grandview
Grandview made quick work of Pilot Point 54-7 in the bi-district round of the Class 3A Division I playoffs at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl on Friday night.
Football: Argyle advances with big win against Snyder
Argyle scored 35 first-quarter points and breezed to a 56-21 win against Snyder in a Class 4A Division 1 bi-district playoff game Friday at Tiger Stadium.
Texas cases spotlight Medicare fraud
The recent news surrounding federal prosecutors bringing Medicare fraud cases against doctors, pharmacies and marketers in Texas cities provides some justice where it is needed.