Blotter: Police speak with intoxicated woman with dried blood on her face
Denton police responded to a disturbance at the same house four times on Monday and eventually contacted an intoxicated woman with dried blood on her face during their fourth visit, the police report said.
Texas sued again over abortion year after Supreme Court loss
AUSTIN (AP) -- Planned Parenthood is suing Texas over a new ban on a common abortion procedure that other Republican-controlled states have also tried outlawing in recent years.
Attorney general has no plans to resign despite Trump rebuke
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he has no immediate plans to resign a day after President Donald Trump excoriated the nation's top prosecutor for recusing himself from the probe of suspected Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.
Major league marchers: drum and bugle corps swing through Denton
Eleven traveling drum corps landed in Denton on Thursday night as they move through the state in what’s known as the “Texas Swing” portion of their summer tour.
Justin to receive state assistance for public water supply improvements
The Texas Water Development Board Thursday approved a $12 million multi-year, low-interest loan to the city of Justin for public water system improvements.