Ramesh Ponnuru: Alabama Senate race leaves anti-abortionists no choice
For many voters in Alabama, the Senate election is more than an agonizing choice. It is an impossible one.
Walter E. Williams: Diversity obsession thrives in colleges
Kelley Shannon: Boeing ruling furthers government secrecy
Letters to the editor, November 24
Other good news: RINO Joe Straus out; Denton lowered its property tax rate; the market and employment are strong; illegal immigration has dropped by 67 percent under President Trump; and U. S.
Friday, November 24 Calendar
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UNT women hold Coastal Carolina to 30 points in win
North Texas forced 29 turnovers en route to one of the best defensive performances in program history Thursday afternoon.
Prediction: UNT will hammer Rice, roll into C-USA title game
Basketball: UNT survives second-half scare, pulls away to beat Rogers State
Other Stories in Sports
Late night hoops rewind: UNT 86, Rogers State 74
Rarefied air — UNT having arguably the best season for a Texas G5 program
UNT aims to finish on high note at Rice
Friday Q&A with Glynn A. Hill of the Houston Chronicle
77-year-old outdoorsman keeps his love of nature alive through the generations
Rivers, Chargers beat fading Cowboys 28-6 on Thanksgiving
Philip Rivers was more than comfortable on the Thanksgiving stage for the first time in his 14 NFL seasons. Same with Keenan Allen, who didn’t have to wait nearly that long.
Blotter: Woman arrested for eating food at Kroger without paying
She was arrested for theft under $100 and taken to the Denton City Jail. 100 block of Hickory Street — Police arrested a woman for trespassing on the downtown Square early Wednesday morning after she was told not to return to the area, according to a police report.
Blotter: Denton residents claim mail was stolen
Blotter: Two arrested after vehicle search produces methamphetamine
Smith ready to step into spotlight, show why he's known as 'Quick' at UNT
Seth Littrell and the rest of the North Texas coaching staff didn't need long to identify the unique traits running back Nic Smith possessed when he arrived on campus.