Red, white and blue flags waved Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of Academy Sports and Outdoors on University Drive, but it wasn’t the star-spangled banner seen hours earlier on the Fourth of July.
Ole’ Blue has seen it all. She’s ridden beneath the sprawling forests of Vermont and the snow-capped mountains of Colorado. She’s been buried in the sand in North Carolina and narrowly missed a herd of buffalo in South Dakota. She’s traversed from Canada to Mexico and back again. Yet the 39-year-old still glistens as if she rolled off the assembly line yesterday.
The Denton Public Library now has trained navigators to assist with online applications for food benefits, medical coverage and emergency cash assistance as part of the Texas Community Partner Program, according to a press release from the library.
Police arrested a 52-year-old woman after she allegedly hit another woman with her car Saturday night.
You might want to put down your phone while driving. Texting, talking and other distractions cause nearly 1 in 5 traffic crashes in Texas, according to statewide statistics.
The Denton County District Attorney’s Office acknowledged Thursday that it keeps a list of certified peace officers who are not allowed to testify in criminal trials because of their checkered histories, including criminal conduct, dishonesty and unprofessional conduct.
DALLAS — The University of North Texas and Texas Christian University plan to build a medical school together in Fort Worth, according to sources.
CORINTH — Corinth police want the public’s help identifying a woman caught stealing from a resident’s front doorstep.
“I want tomatoes!” “I want cucumbers!” “What about peppers?”
Amateur radio enthusiasts gathered Saturday for their annual field day, featuring food, ham radio practice and emergency planning techniques.
Julie Mathews never considered herself a fighter.
The Denton school district’s ability to finance its bonds at a lower interest rate over the past 10 years has generated savings of more than $60 million.
Casey Cavalier and Tod King should have been celebrating. They’d been waiting for this moment for 19 years. The gay community had come a long way from the days of police raids, when gay people hid their faces out of shame and fear. Now a same-sex couple was marrying on the steps of the Courthouse on the Square with scores of supporters gathered in celebration.
The Denton County Clerk Juli Luke refused two same-sex couples an application for a license Friday, saying first that she needed to receive legal guidance from the district attorney's office.