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Cornyn one of 11 FBI options for Trump
A White House aide confirmed Friday afternoon that U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, is one of 11 people under consideration to replace James Comey, the FBI chief fired Tuesday night by President Donald Trump amid an ongoing investigation of Russian meddling in the U.S. election last year.
Report: Understaffing, inexperience led to Election Day woes in Denton County
Texas senators Cornyn and Cruz defend Trump's firing of Comey
Outgoing Denton City Council members have their say
We caught up with the outgoing Denton City Council members this week to ask several important questions about public service, and we have their answers.
Denton council member loses fight over early voting locations
Outgoing Denton city council member Kathleen Wazny got nowhere Tuesday in a last-ditch plea for more early voting locations in the city's runoff election June 10 that would name her replacement in District 3.
Fallout continues following passage of Denton's tax freeze proposition
Fallout continued Monday from Saturday's election — when Denton voters narrowly approved Proposition 1, a city property tax freeze for seniors and the disabled — and not just at City Hall.
Burgess opposition organizes through Indivisible Denton
"The journey of 1,000 miles starts with the first step," U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess said last week, after the House narrowly passed legislation that seeks to undo much of Barack Obama's health law.
School board front-runners emerge from early voting totals
According to unofficial numbers released from early voting totals, Jim Alexander received 65. 7 percent of the vote for his Place 6 spot while his challenger Alfredo Sanchez took 34. 3 percent of the vote. Alexander has held a spot on the board since 1993.