Shop with a Cop offers welcome relief for single parents
About 130 kids from needy families got the chance to shop for their own Christmas gifts Monday during the annual Shop with a Cop event, which is held every year by the Denton Police Officers Association.
A big but cautious step on cannabis: Texas to launch highly restrictive medical marijuana program
Peek at the future: TWU and UNT graduation ceremonies
Denton ISD meeting agenda: Let's take a look at how we name our buildings
Though there's no specific building named in the agenda item, the Denton ISD Board of Trustees is expected to vote again on its previous decision to rename Robert E. Lee Elementary School for longtime local educator Alice Alexander.
Blotter: Fight ensues after homeless man asks for cooking oil
A homeless man and a restaurant employee got into a fight Sunday after the man was refused cooking oil, according to Denton police.
UNT sets commencement ceremonies
Fall commencement ceremonies for UNT undergraduate and graduate students are Friday and Saturday, Dec. 15-16.
William Reece indicted on capital murder charge in Kelli Cox slaying
Blotter: Man sentenced to 17 years in prison on drug possession charge
Families distraught over uncertain CHIP funding
Zachary Ogletree, 3, and other children depend on the health insurance program for therapy and other services, but lawmakers have yet to agree on funding it.
Rash of retirements in Texas politics: With 7 stepping down, candidates see openings
Is Texas' political dinner bell ringing? An unusual rash of seven congressional retirements is triggering a stampede among ambitious conservatives — and, gasp, even some Democrats — who see a rare opportunity for seizing higher-profile office in the state.
Texas to receive $135M to keep Children's Health Insurance Program alive through February
Abbott requests probe of lockups
'The outside life': Family of 8 finds refuge at Denton homeless shelter
Before they arrived at the Denton shelter, Veronica Gomez and her seven children, were all sleeping inside her GMC Envoy in a Walmart parking lot. On her mind, she said, was: “Is there somewhere we can go?”