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Insight Denton: Can penalties escalate for repeated noise violations?
Generally, if warnings from Denton police go unheeded by house partiers or loud bands, police can issue a citation for a violation of the city noise ordinance or even make an arrest.
Insight Denton: How do firefighters deal with street construction?
Insight Denton: I live in a mobile home. If a tornado is coming, where should I take shelter?
Emergency managers say mobile homes are not safe during severe weather. You should leave your mobile home and head to a ditch or other low-lying spot nearby, lay face down and cover your head with your hands.
Insight Denton: Is the trail around Unicorn Lake open to the public?
Emerson Vorel, Denton’s parks director, said the easement means that the public is allowed access to the trail and bridges.
Insight Denton: Why is Denton ISD building a new central services building instead of hiring more teachers?
In Texas, public schools have two pots of money they can pull from: the maintenance and operations fund and the debt services fund.
Many of the students who go to Denton ISD schools don't live in Denton. Why am I paying for kids in Aubrey to go to school?
There’s a spot on Dallas Drive near Teasley Lane where the pavement buckles like speed bumps.
Depending on how old your car or pickup is, you might have Bluetooth capability in your stereo. (Bluetooth is a standard wireless connection between your phone and other electronics. ) You can purchase a “hands-free kit” from an electronics store to mount your phone on your dash, set up the wireless connection between your phone and your vehicle and then listen to the turn-by-turn directions through your speakers.