The $175,199 grant awarded to the Denton County Behavioral Health Leadership Team providing case management services to Denton County military veterans and their families is one of four awarded to organizations across the state as part of a pilot grant program.
Road rage caused a Wylie man to reach out to Denton police on Monday, according to a report.
Rick Villarreal stepped down as the athletic director at the University of North Texas on Monday, ending his 15-year tenure at the school. Villarreal will stay in his role until June 20, when he will officially leave the school he led through a time growth in athletics. Villarreal has just less than two years remaining on his contract, which is set to expire on Feb. 28, 2018, and will receive a buyout. Terms of that buyout were unavailable.
Carl Finch has spent the past 36 years bending the rules of polka with his band Brave Combo, even as he grew to love the folk music more than any other. Thirty-six years later, the International Polka Association has announced it will induct Finch into its Polka Hall of Fame.
A small audience at the University of North Texas’ Lyceum Theater got a first look at North Texas-based director Brett Bentman’s new independent film "Pale" on Saturday night.
The Watchdog can finally report who is behind some of the illegal phone calls being made to sell roof jobs to victims of property damage from tornadoes and hailstorms.These shadowy telemarketers violate...
Two arrested after alleged aggravated robberyA 29-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man were arrested Friday morning in connection with an aggravated robbery at a residence in the 1100 block of Johnson...
DALLAS — Locations where guns will be allowed and banned on Texas Woman’s University were finalized after the Board of Regents approved its campus carry policy Friday during its meeting at the TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences — Dallas Center.
Denton police responded to a fight Thursday evening and ended up making an unrelated drug arrest, according to a report.
It’s no secret Selwyn College Preparatory School has had problems in past years. After a fire destroyed the school’s main building in 2012, students and faculty were put in temporary portables. Plans were drawn up for new buildings, but because Selwyn is a private school and doesn’t receive public funds, the school struggled to finance the project.
A felon from Houston moved in with a UNT freshman in Denton and forced her into prostitution for more than two years, federal authorities say.
Miley Blanchette scrolls through various science videos on an interactive touchscreen on Wednesday afternoon at Denton’s South Branch Library. The videos are part of a walk-through exhibit, Explore Earth: Our Changing Planet. The exhibit is open every Wednesday at the library through June 2.