The death of a child is a soul-shattering experience, leaving the strongest of men groveling in its wake. Some say it’s a weight that can never be lifted, while others say the hole can never be filled. “Our children are supposed to outlive us” is the motto most parents agree upon, but it’s one that death often ignores.
Lori McLain is hoping to cook her way into the millionaires club. McLain is one of 100 contestants currently in Nashville, Tennessee, for the 47th annual Pillsbury Bake-Off. Along with the top prize of $1 million, the contest includes prizes in a number of categories for cooks to win for the recipes they have created.
Which federal agency was behind the raid on the offices of Alan Ritchey Inc. on Wednesday in Valley View? That’s a mystery several people were wondering about Thursday morning after federal agents stormed the business in unmarked cars and blocked the parking lot in their search for evidence.
FORT KENT, Maine — Insisting she is perfectly healthy, nurse Kaci Hickox again defied the state’s Ebola quarantine Thursday by taking a bike ride with her boyfriend, and Maine health authorities struggled to reach a compromise that would limit her contact with others.
Six family members were displaced after an overnight fire at their Denton home. Kenneth Hedges, spokesman for Denton Fire Department, said crews were dispatched at 11:40 p.m. Wednesday to the 1800 block of Mohican Street. Upon arrival, firefighters reported smoke coming from the garage.
The Bartonville Town Council voted Wednesday night to approve two ordinances. One of the ordinances amended the comprehensive zoning ordinance of a 4.7-acre tract of land and another granted a conditional-use permit for a half-completed water tower, according to Stacey Almond, the town administrator.
The night of ghouls and goblins is upon us, and officials want to ensure everyone has a safe and fun evening. Officer Ryan Grelle, spokesman for the Denton Police Department, said that while the department hopes those who go trick-or-treating have a great time, officers want them to have a safe holiday.
On this Halloween, I want to tell you about a trick or treat when people try to renew their driver’s license or Texas ID card or make any changes online. It’s a treat when they go to the correct government website as most do. But it’s a trick when a customer ends up at a look-alike website that takes their money. These shadowy websites send them information about their license, but don’t do the actual work. Only the government can do that. So suckers pay more for a middleman.
The State Bar of Texas has disbarred the attorney who filed a mineral takings lawsuit against the city. Charles Chandler Davis of Argyle appeared before a special disciplinary panel on Sept. 26 and received a judgment of disbarment on Oct. 2, according to documents obtained in an open records request. How that disciplinary action affects the case Davis filed — Arsenal Minerals and Royalty, et. al., v. City of Denton — remains to be seen.
As cars narrowly pass by one another along FM2181 at any given time of day, construction couldn’t end soon enough, officials say. Wednesday morning’s latest accident at Blue Jay Drive and FM2181 is another reason to remind residents to be mindful of construction, Corinth police said.
A noose hangs from a gallows in the woods, twisting in the blowing Lake Dallas wind. Posted on a window at the Swisher Courts recreation center is a sign with two demons from Japanese folklore; each is an Oni, has two horns, skin-piercing teeth and blood flowing from its devilish grin.
For the third consecutive week, the Denton City Council declined Tuesday to authorize another $75,000 for design work on the convention center.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — British pop star Phil Collins on Tuesday handed over his vast collection of artifacts related to the Battle of the Alamo and the Texas Revolution to the state of Texas.
Denton police made an arrest after midnight Monday when responding to an assault call, officials said. Officers responded to the 2300 block of Georgetown Drive at 12:45 a.m. after a wife alleged that her husband had woke her up and began screaming at her, reports show.
The Bartonville Town Council has scheduled a special meeting for tonight to consider approval of an ordinance amending the comprehensive zoning ordinance by changing the zoning designation of a 4.7-acre tract of land where the Bartonville water tower stands half-completed, according to the meeting’s agenda posted on the town’s website.
Bartonville Mayor Bill Sherer will conduct his next monthly informal meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. today at Town Hall, according to a press release issue by the town. Residents are encouraged to attend for...
A small fire in the Stark Hall residence tower on the Denton campus of Texas Woman’s University caused an evacuation Sunday night, according to a news release issued by the university.