Baseball: Braswell shuts out Rider, sets up District 5-5A title series with rival Denton
It's been a storybook year for Braswell, and to top it off, the team is set for a chance at a District 5-5A title when it squares off in a two-game series with crosstown rival Denton beginning Tuesday.
Denton schools take different routes to protest gun violence
Robson Ranch garage sale postponed until April 28
Beto O'Rourke looks for campaign momentum in Denton
More than a thousand people met Beto O’Rourke at a campaign stop in Denton Friday morning, enough to fill the ballroom and another large meeting room at the Gateway Center at UNT.
Denton residents form dueling SPACs related to school bond proposal
Those yellow signs all over town asking Denton ISD voters to support the district's $750 million bond package didn't come cheap, but the group behind them has some cash to spare.
O'Rourke to make campaign stop in Denton on Friday
Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, Beto O'Rourke, will make a campaign stop at the University of North Texas on Friday morning.
GOP devotes $250M to keep House majority in midterms
Pompeo vows to confront Russia, dodges probe questions
Other Stories in Denton ISD
TWU, NCTC and Denton ISD partner to increase nurses, teachers in North Texas through unique programs
Denton school board candidate misses campaign finance deadline
Denton school board candidate forms specific-purpose PAC for campaign contributions
Candidate finance filings give first look at local school, city races
Denton school board candidates talk school safety, teacher pay at PTA forum
In the Schools: April 18, 2018
For the second consecutive year, Lake Dallas High School junior Noah Payne will serve on the Texas Teen Advisory Board for Teens in the Driver's Seat, a group that promotes safe driving for young motorists.
UNT grad student named 2018 NBCC Minority Fellow
TWU to honor alumni, student excellence at luncheon
UNT students win big at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association awards
Staff from the University of North Texas student newspaper, the North Texas Daily, and Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism students won 20 awards at the recent Texas Intercollegiate Press Association awards ceremony.