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Crash at I-35 and University shuts down I-35E northbound lanes
No one was injured Thursday after a four-car pileup at the U.S. Highway 380 exit on Interstate 35, briefly shutting down the northbound lanes of the interstate.
Blotter: Medical examiner identifies pedestrian hit and killed on Interstate 35E
When Dallas means Denton: 'Little D' makes the cut for Amazon HQ2
UNT professor and cancer survivor will take on the runway at annual cancer benefit
To celebrate being cancer-free, University of North Texas professor Justin Watts will be walking as a model in the You’re Beautiful! Luncheon and Style Show on Friday, Jan. 26 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center.
Stoke to hold open house
Stoke, Denton's co-working space, will show off its newest offerings at an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9.
Verses and flow: Black film fest gets more depth through poetry slam
Denton Black Film Festival isn't just movies. Patrons can enjoy music and spoken word events during the festival, which is Jan. 26-28 in downtown Denton.
Lane shift ahead: State road projects bring big changes for Denton motorists
The city staff plans to do what they can to alert Denton motorists about Texas Department of Transportation work coming on Fort Worth Drive, Teasley Lane and Mayhill Road.
Local nonprofit takes applications for music scholarships, band grants
Friends With Benefits is taking applications for music scholarships and grants for Denton-area bands.