Blotter: Elderly woman robbed at gunpoint outside west Denton home
A 74-year-old woman said a man demanded her belongings Wednesday morning outside her west Denton home while pointing a "shoulder-fired gun" at her, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.
Blotter: Mother slaps daughter during argument over cleaning, exchanging money, police say
Chippin' for Children golf tournament to benefit Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home
Denton-based artist Kelsey Heinerman painted a mural on the wooden walls placed in front of the burned-out ruins of the Downtown Mini Mall on the downtown Square on Wednesday morning.
U.S. 380 reconstruction to be discussed at public hearing Tuesday
Under the proposed project, U.S. 380 would be widened from a four-lane undivided highway to a six-lane divided roadway between the U.S. 377/380 intersection andthe Denton/Collin County line.
Bryant sentenced to life in prison for killing, dismembering TWU student
Jurors sentenced a Haslet man to life in prison for murdering a Texas Woman's University student whose body was found charred and dismembered in a kiddie pool at a Grapevine park.
Insight Denton: There’s too much poop on the ground at the dog park. Is there a regular maintenance schedule?
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Blotter: Undocumented immigrant said she was threatened, abused by ex-boyfriend, police say
An undocumented immigrant's ex-boyfriend had threatened to report her to immigration officials before he punched her in the head and struck her with a car door on Sunday in south Denton, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.
Blotter: Boy says he was attacked outside home by multiple men, two of whom displayed guns
Denton police are looking for five to six suspects who allegedly attacked a 16-year-old boy early Tuesday morning in front of his house in the 500 block of Evan Drive, according to a police report.
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Blotter: Multiple Medical City Denton nurses report theft of wallets from break room
Multiple credit cards, IDs and other personal belongings were stolen from five nurses at Medical City Denton sometime Sunday night or early Monday morning, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.