Traffic alert: DCTA testing automatic controls at A-train crossings
Beginning overnight Monday and through the rest of the week, the Denton County Transportation Authority will conduct tests of its "positive train control" system along the A-train commuter rail line from 10 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. nightly.
DCTA expands voucher program to provide taxi transit for low-income, disabled in McKinney, Melissa, Princeton and Lowry Crossing
DCTA to host free workshop on how to use system
Blotter: Man arrested after fleeing Denton officers and trying to escape on freight train
Police responded to a disturbance at the Downtown Denton Transit Center on Monday afternoon before the 29-year-old suspect fled from officers and tried to climb onto a moving freight train, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.
Blotter: Woman steals more than $300 worth of items from Walgreens, report says
A woman was using a credit card at Walgreens in the 100 block of West University Drive on Saturday afternoon that got declined twice. When police arrived at the store, the caller said that the woman swiped the card twice, then she grabbed the bags of groceries and left without paying, according to a police report.
Blotter: Denton police release security camera images of alleged jewelry store robbers
Denton police have released security camera images of two suspects involved in the armed robbery Wednesday morning at First People's Jewelers on the Square.
Monday, April 23 Calendar
Waffle House suspect still being sought; residents on alert
Blotter: Man arrested after drunkenly crashing moped, injuring passenger, police say
A 39-year-old man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after he crashed his moped into a curb after leaving a local bar.
DCTA seeks rider feedback in April open house meetings
The Denton County Transportation Authority is holding a series of open house meetings in April on upcoming changes to service and fares, along with other information about DCTA buses and the A-Train.
Presidents Day closures
DCTA adds former Denton city spokeswoman to staff
Stephen Scott capital murder bench trial to start Thursday
The bench trial for capital murder suspect Stephen Scott starts 9 a.m. Thursday, more than two years after he was accused of fatally stabbing his parents in their Denton home in January 2016 and confessing to a 911 dispatcher.