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Denton ISD maintenance workers slog through summer projects
Though the district contracts with other companies for specialized work and large-scale construction projects, the majority of the upkeep of 900 acres of district property falls to roughly 40 maintenance workers.
Ethics reforms moving ahead for City Hall
Clearer and tougher language for ethical behavior at City Hall is heading to the November ballot.
Fed leaves rates alone but moves closer to selling off bonds
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Reserve is keeping its key interest rate unchanged at a time when inflation remains persistently low. But it signaled Wednesday that it's edging closer to gradually shrinking its bond holdings, a step that would likely boost long-term borrowing rates including mortgages.
Emotions run high during testimony in Johnson's murder trial
Trucker in deadly smuggling operation to testify next month
Texas Senate OKs ‘bathroom bill’ despite police criticism
A Texas version of a North Carolina-style "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people again passed the state Senate on Tuesday over opposition from police and major corporations, but still faces an uncertain path to becoming law.
10 white caskets and memories: Funeral honors flood victims
To the strains of "Ave Maria," more than 1,000 people said goodbye Tuesday to 10 members of an extended family who lost their lives in a flash flood while celebrating a birthday in Arizona.
WWII veteran gives restored jeep to post
Nissan dealership in Corinth under new ownership
Think pink: Blush wines, bubbly trending on North Texas tables
People love to snark on blush wines being the latest in "mommy juice." But the much maligned beverage is commanding respect.
Kiffin ready for start of first camp at FAU
Lane Kiffin's first training camp as coach at Florida Atlantic opens Thursday, and ordinarily at this time of year he'd be swamped by writing practice scripts and locked in meeting rooms getting ready to tweak his offense.
NCAA rule ending two-a-days forcing teams to adjust
Ledecky, King cruise at worlds
Cowboys’ Elliott smiles for fans, shuns media
Ezekiel Elliott stopped for a few moments to greet military personnel and pose for a few pictures on the opening day of training camp.
Fires force evacuations in south of France
Backed by planes dropping water and fire retardant, more than 1,000 firefighters battled wildfires Wednesday that billowed smoke into the sky over France's southern Cote d'Azur coast and forced the evacuation of at least 12,000 people.
Pirelli: Raikkonen’s lost tire not faulty
Formula One tiremaker Pirelli has concluded that Kimi Raikkonen's tire damage late in the British Grand Prix was likely caused by external contact.