Denton police have a suspect in the threat to Ryan High School that led to Thursday’s campus lockdown.
A train has collided with a rock hauler, according to the Denton County Sheriff's office.
After months of consideration, the city’s planning department and other offices will soon vacate City Hall West and move into other buildings south of the Square.
A lockdown and search of Ryan High School turned up nothing Thursday afternoon, after a phoned-in threat about a person with a gun on campus.
A reckless-driving call became a drug arrest for one man Wednesday morning.
City, school and county transportation officials have determined that the least expensive way to help about 250 Ryan High School students get to school safely could be to buy them DCTA bus passes for the next few years.
An alleged retail thief and his partner fled the scene but did not get very far Monday night, according to a police report.
Police respond to call of possible child abuseChild abuse claims brought out Denton police officers to a medical facility early Sunday morning.
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Theft of 10 pairs of jeans leaves store bluePolice were dispatched to a store in the 1200 block of South Loop 288 at 6:30 p.m. Saturday after a man took about 10 pairs of jeans.
One man was injured in a structure fire on Saturday morning in the area of Stice Road and North Branch Road, south of Slidell.
Denton mayor Chris Watts, middle, awards Dallas actress Irma P. Hall a Lifetime Achievement Award on Friday at the Denton Black Film Festival. Hall, known for roles in “The Ladykillers,” “Bad Lieutenant” and “Soul Food,” appeared in two films that screened in the inaugural film festival last year, and she appears in “Red,” a short film, in this year’s festival.
Adrian Eaglin, a teacher and assistant football coach at Ryan High School, is the latest addition to the Braswell High School staff.
Aubrey city leaders have recently been considering two major options to expand the city’s water system, either selling the system to Mustang Special Utility District, or approving a $5.5 million bond to upgrade its existing water infrastructure.
A gun-wielding biker put fear into a Denton man Wednesday, according to police.