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Harvey didn't spare toxic waste sites
The Houston metro area has more than a dozen Superfund sites, designated by the EPA as being among America's most intensely contaminated places. Many are now flooded.
Fill 'er up ... where? For electric cars to take off, they'll need places to charge
Burgess’ summit promotes smart ways to use power
Bright future possible for Denton's renewable energy
The future might soon be looking brighter for solar energy as the city of Denton and a couple of local businesses engage in discussion and implementation of more renewable energy throughout Denton.
Too close for comfort? Guyer High School encroaching on aging natural gas sites
The distance between Guyer High School and one of the six gas well heads on campus would be like an easy throw to home plate for former outfielder Connor Herriage — 300 feet or less.
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe: Just pick it up
I was willing to walk by trash on the sidewalk and the street, but I wasn’t willing to ignore it when my dog moved it around.
Insight Denton: What are those street markings with the bicycle and the sergeant stripes?
Some criticism of voting panel's secrecy comes from within
School board discusses safety amid gas well concerns
Denton school board members got an update Tuesday on school safety and preparedness, but some were still wary about what would happen in a gas well emergency at Guyer High School.