Former Denton animal services director sentenced to 10 years probation, will pay $25K in restitution
Denton's former animal services director Woodie Wilson was sentenced to 10 years probation and ordered to pay $25,000 in restitution fees back to the city Wednesday in his 2016 felony theft case. He pleaded no contest to a charge of theft (over $30,000 and under $150,000) by a public servant and received deferred adjudication in Judge Sherry Shipman's 16th Judicial District Court.
Strip center, restaurant coming to intersection near Rayzor Ranch properties
Site of Amazon's HQ2 has much to learn from Seattle
Mayor vows to finish Denton Parks Foundation investigation
Mayor Chris Watts pledged that an internal investigation into the Denton Parks Foundation finances will move forward, even though the city's auditor resigned this week.
Denton City Council opposes SB4
Assistant City Attorney Victor Flores said the city's resolution would likely be combined with resolutions from other cities in future court proceedings in the El Cenizo case.
Denton volunteers pluck 2 tons of trash, recyclables from area streams
Hundreds of volunteers cleaned up creeks and streams in Denton Saturday, removing 3,770 pounds of trash and 728 pounds of recyclable materials.
Driver released from hospital following crash involving Lake Dallas ISD bus
A Denton man was hospitalized after driving a Ford Fusion head-on into a school bus carrying the Lake Dallas Middle School football team.
Refuge for Women city director steps down
Lynnie Anderson, a founding member of Refuge for Women North Texas, relinquished her role as the nonprofit's city director at the beginning of October.