Blotter: Two hospitalized after crash on I-35E in Denton
A woman and a man were involved in a single-car crash early Monday morning in Denton in the 2400 block of southbound Interstate 35E, according to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer.
Denton ISD agenda: Let's review our grading policy
Blotter: Woman blacks out from assault before running to Denton fire station for help
From scaredy-cat to gore master: Guyer junior awarded grant for special effects makeup
If anyone sees a zombie wandering the streets in Lantana, don’t panic. That could just be Ellie Heyns’ latest creation.
Blue Cross, Texas Health contract negotiations leave patients anxious yet again
The state's largest health insurer and one of North Texas' largest providers are once again stalemated in a dispute that could leave tens of thousands of North Texans in a scramble to find new providers or new health plans. The 15-month contract between Blue Cross and Texas Health ends March 31.
Got a minute for better government, Denton? New ethics rules need public feedback
Denton’s first ethics ordinance could be in effect in time for the spring election. The City Council has scheduled a public hearing on the new rules Tuesday evening and could vote to adopt them afterward.
Senators push for better election security
Teen killed after shooting girl at Maryland school
Former Woods House land dug up in community archaeology dig
Armed with shovels, sifters and even a few metal detectors, Denton County residents looking for a bit of history unearthed parts of the former site of the historic Woods House on Saturday morning as part of an archaeology dig sponsored by Denton County's Historical Commission and Office of History and Culture.
Blotter: Man found with meth while riding in car reported stolen
A 54-year-old man caught a bit of bad luck Thursday while carrying drugs in a vehicle that was stolen, according to a police.
Blotter: Woman accused of shoplifting had six warrants
Blotter: Man arrested on warrants after police respond to two stalled vehicles
Victim killed in Austin bombing was accepted into UNT music program
Draylen Mason, a 17-year-old Austin resident, had just been accepted into the University of North Texas College of Music. On Monday, his was the second life claimed by package bombings in the capital city.