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Paxton tells Lewisville, two other districts to quit politicking in primaries
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued cease-and-desist letters to three public school districts, including Lewisville, asking them to stop "unlawful electioneering" and demanding that they delete "political messaging" shared from social media accounts and get-out-the-vote videos.
Texas Green Party announces April convention
Texas announces $1 billion for mitigation efforts after Harvey
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.
Republican club endorses four hopefuls in Denton County primaries; Armey endorses Latham
The club endorsed Pat Fallon, Ron Simmons, Susan Piel and David Garcia.
Can you pass The Watchdog's financial smarts test?
A few weeks back, The Watchdog recommended getting a free new book from the state called the Texas Investor Guide: Strategies for Investing Wisely and Avoiding Financial Fraud.
Ramesh Ponnuru: Trump’s vow to hire ‘best people’ not working
Aaron Blake: Sen. Warren speaks about real ‘Pocahontas’
1 dead, 3 hurt after stabbing at church service in Texas
DALLAS (AP) -- One man has died after he and three others were stabbed during a church service at a private home in Texas, police said Thursday.
Empower Texans letter draws fire
One of the state's most influential conservative groups has fired the latest salvo in the battle on how much a school district can do to mobilize voter turnout among its students and employees.
Blotter: 39-year-old man arrested after victim found with bruises on her neck, face
Indictments: Feb. 15, 2018
AGFUND announces candidate endorsements in local races
U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Pilot Point; state Sen. Craig Estes, R-Wichita Falls; and state Rep. Lynn Stucky, R-Denton, were among the endorsements listed in a Texas Farm Bureau news release issued on Monday.