Henderson Co. sheriff IDs remains found in 2013 house demolition
Henderson County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of man missing since early 2011, after a 2013 property demolition unearthed his remains.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
More of Hickory to close for work
The city will close another block of Hickory Street, from Bell Avenue to Industrial Street, to through traffic for more than three weeks beginning Tuesday.
How I Got Mark Cuban to back my app
Jesse Stauffer, who will be a senior at the University of North Texas, is living the young entrepreneur's dream: Mark Cuban is backing his new app.
The Las Vegas Sun
Tier One status vital for UNLV
Editor's note: For August, Brian Greenspun has invited some members of the community to talk about the issues important to them.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Apple co-founder talks education and other topics at UNT
"When you get out of college, you need a job," he told students at the University of North Texas last week.
Wise County Messenger Online
Far from elementary: Decatur High School junior to complete studies at college level
Even as a tot, 16-year-old Ben Lunday of Decatur didn't give his parents the answers they expected.At 2, he was playing in the yard while his mother, Kristi, tended her plants.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Carine Feyten, chancellor and president of Texas Woman's University, has ice water dumped on her Thursday by students as she accepts the ALS Association's ice bucket challenge.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Fort Worth Still Without West Nile Positive Mosquitoes
So far in 2014, the Tarrant County Public Health Department's interactive mapping software shows 41 positive mosquito traps.
Les Cockrell: Lisapalooza to benefit woman with cancer
Lisapalooza, a benefit concert and auction for Lisa L. Rollins, a Denton native who was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer last summer, is planned from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at Dan's Silverleaf.
UNT tuition plan may drive change
A state mandate could change the culture of the University of North Texas, as more than half of the incoming students are enrolled in a new tuition plan that rewards students for graduating in four years.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Summer graduates walk the stage with diploma
John Tyler graduate Michael Hayles, top, adjusts his gown as classmate Roberto Mojarro checks his phone before marching into TISD's summer graduation at Caldwell Auditorium Wednesday evening.
Texas Wesleyan goes smoke-free
The smoke-free, tobacco-free policy was the brainchild of the Student Government Association , which started working on the new policy last spring.
Dallas Morning News
The Colony picks former Irving officer as its new police chief
David Coulon earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Baylor University and a master's in criminal justice from the University of North Texas.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
For Denton voters, the November ballot comes packed with statewide races and seven local propositions: four for bonds and one each for a ban, a barter and booze.
American Library Association
Advanced eCourse: Cataloging for Non-Catalogers
The ability to catalog proficiently can be a valuable skill for every librarian, but proper training is essential.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Experts weigh in on how to cope with an empty nest
It's that time of year when students are moving out of their childhood homes and into their college dorm rooms.
A musical tribute to Mt. Adams and the Wilderness Act
New growth carpets the forest on Mt. Adams, inspiring composer Christina Rusnak to composer a work marking the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Quints move in at UNT
The Diaz family van was packed for a trip from Keller to the University of North Texas on Sunday afternoon, full of six kids and several suitcases.
The Greenville News
Wedding: Kate White & David Little
The ceremony was officiated by The Reverend Harrison McLeod. Dinner and dancing followed at a reception held at the Loft at Huguenot Mill.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
With Drones, Researchers Hope to Save Lives
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi engineering student Adam Ersepke and lab coordinator Jack Edward Esparza prepare for the take off of the University's RS-16 unmanned aerial vehicle, otherwise known as a drone, for a test flight over the Kennedy Ranch near Sarita, Texas on January 18, 2013.