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Reported crimes on Denton college campuses rose in 2016
Reported rapes and drug arrests soared at the University of North Texas from 2015 to 2016, according to newly released campus data. The jumps aren't necessarily because of an increase in crimes on campus, but because of increased policing and educational opportunities about reporting, campus officials said.
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Man accused in the grisly death of a TWU student is indicted on child porn charge
TWU to stage comedy penned by professor
'The Wal*Mart-ians' was written by TWU theater professor Steven Young.
Enrollment flat at Denton's universities
Both the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University recorded small changes in their enrollment this year, with UNT up and TWU dipping slightly.
TWU chancellor releases statement on DACA
Carine Feyten, president and chancellor of Texas Woman's University, publicly released a statement Thursday morning offering support and resources for students who attend TWU through the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals program.
Blotter: Two ejected from vehicle in Sanger, dead on scene
Police may have just found the body of missing 3-year-old from Richardson
Denton rape rates soar above national and state averages, but other violent crime rates decrease
Violent crime in Denton has been decreasing overall since 2012, but the frequency of reported rapes in the city remains significantly greater than the state and national averages, according to national crime data.
Texas Woman's University expects new dining and housing by fall 2019
Texas Woman's University is about to be one step closer to having new dormitories and dining options on campus by fall 2019. Preliminary plans are complete for the Residential Village Project — three residence halls and a stand-alone dining facility — east of Bell Avenue where there's currently a soccer field.
Calendar: Sunday, Oct. 22
Democrat who owns Dallas gay bar hopes to unseat Gov. Abbott
Head of Texas Woman's University faculty senate dies
Jeffrey Robb, a longtime professor at Texas Woman's University and a Denton High School graduate, died Aug. 3 from hypertensive heart disease, according to a press release issued by the school.