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UNT student was in Fry Street area hours before police found her dead
Amanda Clairmont was with at least one person in the Fry Street bar area the night before she was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds inside a car in Corinth, according to a witness and a family member.
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UNT lands new grant for student mentorship
Blotter: Three arrested on drug charges after pursuit
Denton police arrested three people on multiple drug charges Monday after officers pursued a man who allegedly threw a meth pipe on the ground while riding away on a pink bike.
Denton Rewind: November 21, 2017
Denton Rewind highlights our photographers' best photos from news stories that were published over the past seven days.
Denton County Republicans lead way in filings for 2018 races
State Rep. Lynn Stucky, R-Denton, is one of 26 GOP candidates who have filed paperwork to run for office with the party since Nov. 11, the first day candidates could file. These candidates will be on the March 6 ballot. The Republican winners will then head to the general election Nov. 6.
New alt venue to host daylong music festival
Parker's Plantation is already known among thrill-seekers who have visited the Parker House Haunted Attraction. Now adding alternative music venue to its offerings, Parker's Plantation will host a music festival on Dec. 2.
Cool Schmool feminist art show puts marginalized empowerment, equality on display
When Stephanie Dailey came up with the idea of an art show, she wanted it to be meaningful. She wanted a place for people to feel safe and included, without the pressures of "social capital," misogyny, racism or sexism.
More local Democrats file for 2018 election
Two more Democrats have filed to run in the 2018 election: Anjelita Cadena for chair of the Denton County Democratic Party and Andrew David Morris for state representative District 64.