Karla K. Morton, 50, remembers that she was ready to give up both breasts to cancer in 2009, the year she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of the disease.
A Denton man was treated for injuries after his wife allegedly assaulted him Monday with a hammer, police said.
The Bartonville Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. today to discuss taking action on the half-constructed water tower that has been in legal limbo since Dick Armey took the Bartonville Water Supply Corp. and town Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustment to court earlier this year.
If Mike Steinel were to write a guidebook for men whose spouses are facing the battle of a lifetime — a fight against breast cancer — his words would be simple, brief and direct. “You cannot let fear be part of the equation,” said Steinel, a jazz studies professor at the University of North Texas. “You deal with what’s in front of you.”
A Denton man reported that he was injured when the mother of his child and her new boyfriend attacked him Sunday afternoon.
It was the same dream every night. She was standing at one end of an arena inside the center of a large barn, watching children as some of them rode horses and others groomed them. She watched for several minutes before making her way outside, where she saw three buildings in a U-shape around the barn.
The tractor-trailer that collided with a bus and killed four members of the North Central Texas College women’s softball team drove straight through an interstate median without any signs of braking or trying to avoid the collision, federal investigators said Sunday.
“Keep Aubrey Nutty” is the theme of the 29th annual peanut festival planned on Saturday in downtown Aubrey.
A 22-year-old man was arrested early Saturday on several driving-related charges, according to a police report.
Chief Warrant Officer David Ritchie stared at the wall in the helicopter hanger at Longhorn Helicopters in Denton, standing at attention, devoid of emotion, as his former commanding officer, Col. Stuart McRae, pinned the Legion of Merit medal above his left pocket.
A family is grieving after they lost a family member Friday afternoon.
How schoolwork is assigned, turned in and graded in some Denton school district classes is a lot different from the traditional methods most people are accustomed to seeing. In some classrooms, paper assignments have been traded for a paperless, Web-based alternative. Some Denton teachers say they’ve found a convenient way of uploading documents and assignments in Google Classroom, a free product offered to educators.
A $1 million bond was set Friday afternoon for a man police accuse of murdering his estranged wife. Flower Mound police Capt. Richard Brooks said Daniel Fink, who turned 41 on Friday, was arraigned at the Flower Mound city jail, where his bond on the murder charge was set.
An 18-year-old decided to give up his clothes and go for a jaunt for a second time in two days. On Friday, the Flower Mound Police Department received a disorderly conduct report at 7:42 a.m. about a naked person walking in the 1900 block of Timber Creek Road, near Timber Creek Elementary School.
The message from the bond election forum emanating from the Denton Senior Center on Thursday night was for voters to think about the needs of Denton as they go to the polls Nov. 4.
A 29-year-old man was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest after he was found “high” in the 200 block of East Hickory Street on Monday, according to police records.