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Jury sides with Denton ISD in employment retaliation case
A jury ruled in favor of Denton ISD on Wednesday, saying it didn’t violate employment retaliation laws when administrators fired Kenneth Lyons, a paraprofessional who previously complained about racial discrimination within the district.
Denton Housing Authority grants $250,000 to United Way
Confederate monument committee to hold two more public input meetings
Medical City Denton observes anniversary of Little Elm police detective's death with plaque dedication
The hospital where doctors and nurses tried to save a Little Elm police detective shot during a standoff one year ago, is honoring his memory. First responders and hospital personnel gathered Wednesday at Medical City Denton to honor the memory of Detective Jerry Walker.
Volunteers needed for homeless count
The Denton County Homeless Coalition is seeking volunteers for its annual homeless count Thursday, Jan. 25.
Maintenance repair specialist is Denton County government's go-to handyman
As one of the maintenance repair specialists for Denton County, a job he's held for the last 20 years, Tim Mullen is county government's go-to handyman.
Charter schools continue to boom in Texas, and Denton County is no exception
Charter schools continue to expand across the state, North Texas included. According to transfer data from the Texas Education Agency, nearly 5,000 students living within Denton County school district boundaries have enrolled in area charter schools.
Indictments: Jan. 18, 2018
The following people were indicted by a Denton County grand jury on Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building. Eddie Reyna Jr. Michael St. L. K.
Indictments: Jan. 11, 2018
The following people were indicted by a Denton County grand jury on Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building. Robert Cyr Jr.