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Trial begins in 2016 death of TWU student
Charles Dean Bryant's attorney said Monday that his client is guilty only of tampering with evidence — not of murdering a Texas Woman's University student. That argument was delivered on the first day of testimony in the Fort Worth trial of Bryant, 31, who is accused of killing Jacqueline Vandagriff, 24.
Youth science fair slated at TWU
TWU to host Transfer Connection information session April 14
As strikes continue in other states, here's how much your child's teacher made last year
Texas teachers may not have walked out of their classrooms this week, but many share the same frustrations as those striking in other states.
Human resources conference coming to Denton Convention Center
A human resources group will this year move its annual conference from the Texas Woman's University campus to the newly opened Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center. The event is May 17-18.
National journalists tackle Trump-era reporting during TWU lecture
Journalists Ashley Parker and Sabrina Siddiqui faced a packed auditorium on the Texas Woman’s University campus Wednesday night as they shared their experiences covering the often tumultuous Trump presidency.
BREAKING NEWS: Chemical spill on Loop 288 snarls morning traffic
Dallas police arrest suspect in shooting of two officers
TWU executive director of financial aid to retire
Governor Jackson, executive director of financial aid at Texas Women's University, will retire Saturday after 44 years.
New board of regents appointees a good sign
We are doing the happy dance here at the Denton Record-Chronicle. Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that he has appointed two Denton women to the Texas Woman's University board of regents.
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TWU to host 'Women in Politics' on Monday
The Texas Woman's University College of Arts and Sciences and Global Connections Initiative will host "Women in Politics: A Talk with State Representative Victoria Neave" on Monday. Neave will discuss her personal story and the need for more women in politics, followed by a question and answer session.