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Democratic candidates look to turn District 64 blue
Two Democrats are trying to ride the “blue wave” into Austin as they face off for the Texas House District 64 seat.
Denton firefighters endorse Stucky
Paxton tells Lewisville, two other districts to quit politicking in primaries
Sheriff didn’t pursue sex case against Texas church gunman
HOUSTON -- Sheriff's deputies didn't pursue a sexual assault investigation against the gunman in a mass shooting at a Texas church, even though the woman reporting it signed a complaint detailing the alleged attack, according to records released Friday.
Democratic hopefuls in Denton on Sunday, debate Saturday in Highland Village
Democratic hopefuls Linsey Fagan and Andrew Morris will be at Backyard on Bell on Sunday evening to meet with voters.
Texas announces $1 billion for mitigation efforts after Harvey
HOUSTON -- Texas communities that were hit hard by Hurricane Harvey will be able to apply for more than $1 billion in federal funds that can be used on projects to help prevent or lessen damage from future storms, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday.
Empower Texans letter draws fire
Democrats hold candidate forum in Roanoke
Republican club endorses four hopefuls in Denton County primaries; Armey endorses Latham
The club endorsed Pat Fallon, Ron Simmons, Susan Piel and David Garcia.
State Sen. Craig Estes faces two opponents in primary race to represent Denton's north side
A three-way Republican race for Texas Senate District 30 has proved to be the one to watch heading into the March 6 primary.
Future of veterans treatment court at stake in race for County Criminal Court No. 3
Early voting for March primaries begins Tuesday; sites listed
North Texas to get new reservoir
PARIS (AP) -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved Texas' first new reservoir in 30 years with hopes of providing water to North Texas' rapidly growing population.