District Court Judge Jonathan Bailey has recused himself from presiding over the lawsuit filed by the Texas Oil and Gas Association, which challenges Denton’s ban on fracking.
After a brief chase Monday, Denton police are still looking for a reckless driver.
The Amber Alert for the missing 4-year-old boy from Denton was canceled Monday night, according to police. Ricardo Lara has been missing since Saturday afternoon after his mother's body was discovered at Sanchez Insurance and Tax office. Police believe his father, Ricardo Martinez, 23, had taken the boy and fled the area.
A short vehicle and foot chase ended with a man’s arrest on a trio of charges Sunday.
People used any means they could to extinguish a small grass fire near the Diamond T Arena on Sherman Drive on Monday morning in Denton. Denton firefighters arrived soon after to finish extinguishing the blaze. A cold front came through Sunday evening and brought in drier air that may have aided the fire. The drier conditions are not expected to last as the forecast from the National Weather Service in Fort Worth calls for rain chances to begin Wednesday morning at 40 percent and increase to 60 percent Thursday night into Friday.
An Amber Alert is still in effect for Richard Alekzander Lara, 4, whose mother was found dead Saturday at her workplace. The boy is reportedly with his father, 23-year-old father, Ricardo Martinez, who is a person of interest in the homicide investigation of the child’s mother, 27-year-old Maria Isabel Romero Medina.
The Denton Public Library is offering visitors an opportunity to show some love for animals this holiday season with its annual Pet Santa Tree.
The ground trembles as the beasts trample across the land faster than a hunting cat. They hunt in darkness, traveling together in packs. Dark grizzled hair covers their muscular bodies, masking them from casual observers as they lower their long snouts and burrow into the ground. Only their loud snorts and snarls indicate that the nuisance is on the loose again.
A call from a concerned neighbor led to two arrests Friday night, according to a police report.
The hammer is starting to drop on Laura Lovrien. She’s the mystery woman who is president of a shady Oregon company that sends out thousands of fake subscription notices to newspaper and magazine readers across the nation.
Denton County Judge Mary Horn is gearing up for a familiar battle in the 84th Texas Legislature. Horn and fellow Commissioners Court members are hoping a proposed bill to lower the caps on annual increases in residential property appraisals and revenue will be defeated because they say it would limit the prerogatives of local elected officials to set tax rates, create budgets and deliver needed services to Denton County residents.
A fight over a woman led to broken glass and possible charges at a Denton bowling alley Thursday, according to a police report.
ARGYLE — The horse’s eyes are the first indication that he’s a survivor. A spark of fire illuminates their blackness as if his will to live were personified into a flame that could not be extinguished, despite the number of times an unknown assailant beat him with a baseball bat.