Opioids in Denton County: Advocates seek to break stigma of addiction as national crisis hits close to home
Patty Milam wants people to know opioid addiction doesn't discriminate between racial groups or social classes. It affects people all over Denton County, where local police grapple with drug trafficking and 29 people died from an opioid overdose in 2017.
Braswell High stages first-ever musical
Braswell High School wraps up very first musical, Disney's "High School Musical, On Stage!", with performances Saturday and Monday.
Peanuts gallery: Denton High to stage 'Charlie Brown'
Denton High School will open its production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" on Wednesday, Jan. 24.
Jury sides with Denton ISD in employment retaliation case
A jury ruled in favor of Denton ISD on Wednesday, saying it didn’t violate employment retaliation laws when administrators fired Kenneth Lyons, a paraprofessional who previously complained about racial discrimination within the district.
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In the Schools: Feb. 21, 2018
No weapons found after police investigate potential threats at Denton-area schools
Denton ISD calls election for $750 million bond project
In the Schools: Feb. 14, 2017
Parents of transgender students give education secretary an 'F' in defending civil rights
UNT faculty dancer concert to explore identity
UNT faculty dance concert "Through the Narrow Door" examines identity.
Man shot by Denton police was from Kansas; medical examiner working to notify family
Person, place or thing: A look at how UNT names its buildings
Local nonprofit takes applications for music scholarships, band grants
Friends With Benefits is taking applications for music scholarships and grants for Denton-area bands.