Denton police investigating shooting

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Denton police are investigating a shooting incident at The Oaks apartment complex in the 400 block of Bernard Street that left two people dead.

Veterans remember fallen comrades

Two filled shot glasses placed in front of two empty chairs sit atop two white napkins, each inscribed with a soldier’s name in blue ink: Petty Officer 3rd Class Anthony Garcia, KIA, Afghanistan ’09, and Staff Sgt. T.J. Dudley, Afghanistan, Oct. 2010 — “Gone but not forgotten.”

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Closed-door trial in Iran of Washington Post reporter begins

TEHRAN, Iran — An Iranian security court on Tuesday began the closed-door espionage trial of an Iranian-American reporter for The Washington Post who has been detained for more than 10 months.

12 detained after fire kills 38 at seniors’ home

Police: Airman shoots workers at Wal-Mart

Sanders kicks off 2016 bid

Malaysian teams dig up graves at jungle camp

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Firefighter’s training kicked in for rescues

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Weather likely to dampen weekend

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Firefighter’s training kicked in for rescues