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Girl still buried in ruins of Mexico school, anxiety grows
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- A delicate effort to reach a young girl buried in the ruins of her school stretched into a new day on Thursday, a vigil broadcast across the nation as rescue workers struggled to pick away unstable debris and reach her.
Mums: A tradition the size of Texas
In Texas, teen girls mean business when it comes to homecoming mums.
Denton business gets multi-million dollar contract
M1 Support Services, a Denton-based aviation and logistics company, earned a 10-year, $387 million contract from the Department of Defense.
Apartment fire displaces four; lightning suspected as storms roll through Denton County
Denton Citizens’ Police Academy classes to start Monday
DCTA offers discounted state fair ticket combo
Anyone who purchases an adult ticket for the fair through DCTA is eligible for a 25 percent discount on a regional day pass for transportation, bringing the total price of the combo to $20.50.
Denton getting new ramen spot
Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya, a Japanese restaurant with locations in Fort Worth and Carrollton, is expected to open in Denton by the end of the year.
A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria
Peer-to-peer support available at county veterans center
Prediction: UNT will open C-USA play with win over UAB
North Texas really needs a win over UAB in its Conference USA opener after losing consecutive games. The Mean Green will pull through to even their record at 2-2.
Odor’s grand slam sends Rangers past Mariners 8-6
SEATTLE (AP) -- Alex Claudio put his worries aside and made sure Rougned Odor's grand slam did not go to waste. Odor capped a seven-run fourth inning in style and Claudio earned a six-out save to preserve Texas' 8-6 victory over the Seattle Mariners as the Rangers made up ground in the playoff chase Wednesday night.
Rangers score twice in 8th inning for 3-1 win over Mariners
Upton's homers lift Angels past Rangers, 2-0
Deroy Murdock: 15 percent corporate tax worth the fight
Three cheers for the Fight for 15! No, not the left's demand for a $15-per-hour minimum wage. (Why stop there? Why not $100 per hour?) That idea is a sure-fire job killer and exactly the wrong prescription from the same folks obsessed with an imminent invasion of robots.
Thursday, September 21 Calendar
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Immigration reform requires both parties
Most everyone agrees the time for comprehensive immigration reform is long past. Political gridlock in Washington, D.C., has guaranteed that nothing happens. And that has to change.