Editorial | Opinion
Common-sense pot policy good for cities
Texas law calls for up to six months in jail and a maximum fine of $2,000 for anyone possessing 2 ounces or less of marijuana. We think that punishment is too harsh.
Airlines lose sight of what is right
Grocery landscape prime for change
Congress must fix health care system
Is dying the answer? The question hangs in the air like an invisible bacteria that threatens to infect Denton and communities all across the nation.
TWU gymnasts do Denton proud
Texas Woman's University won the 2017 USA Gymnastics national championship last weekend in Seattle. The Pioneers are now 10-time national champions. But the team had not won it all since 2008.
Airline loses sight of right, wrong
In what universe does United Airlines exist? It sells a customer a ticket from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, for Sunday night departure. The customer, a doctor, needs to be at work to see patients Monday morning. But United has overbooked the flight.
Event celebrates those who overcame odds
The world of politics is riddled with cliches. One of our favorites is, "Politics make strange bedfellows." Nothing could be more true.
Mammography bill deserves support
There's so much bickering and backbiting at the Capitol in Austin that it's a relief to find a cause where Republicans and Democrats are on the same side.