Denton United Way honors donors, dancers
The United Way of Denton County celebrated reaching its 2017 campaign goal, which raised $2.3 million, Saturday night at the new Denton Convention Center.
Texas Senate campaign video criticizes Fallon's attendance
End to shutdown in sight as Senate breaks Dem filibuster
Denton hopefuls file for city office
Several Denton City Council hopefuls have made their candidacy official since the filing period began last Wednesday: Mayor Chris Watts, Paul Meltzer and Bernard Vokoun.
15-year-old girl shot at Texas school; boy, 16, arrested
ITALY, Texas (AP) -- A 15-year-old student in Texas was injured in a shooting in her high school cafeteria Monday morning and a 16-year-old boy, also a student at the school, was taken into custody, sheriff's officials said.
No deal as workweek starts: Moderate senators try but fail to nip shutdown in bud
The government shutdown headed into its third day after frantic efforts Sunday by a bipartisan group of moderate senators failed to produce a compromise on immigration and spending.
One year later, Women's March returns to Courthouse on the Square
A crowd clad with pink beanies and holding posters filled about half of the Courthouse on the Square lawn Saturday morning, one year after the first Women's March was celebrated and President Donald Trump was inaugurated.
McAlister's Deli to open second Denton location
The new Denton restaurant will be located at 2200 W. University Drive. There will be room in the 3,540-square-foot space to seat up to 122 customers.