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Before the West Fertilizer plant explosion a year ago, not much thought had been given to the devastating effects of such a catastrophe.
The remains found in a rural Union County creek belong to Pam Jackson and Cheryl Miller, two teenage girls who disappeared on their way to a party back in May 1971.
Coffin nail by coffin nail and bone fragment by bone fragment, University of South Florida forensic anthropologists are learning more about the identities of remains exhumed months ago from a hidden cemetery at the state's longest-running and most criticized reform school.
Fremont County Museums Director Scott Goetz announced today that Sally Wulbrecht has been hired as the new Curator for Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center.
Internal auditors for the University of North Texas System have spent 495 hours investigating apparent misuse of state funds for some employee benefits and payroll, and plan to spend another 2,500 hours investigating the financial irregularities this year.
Some Denton residents say they didn't think they would need heat in the middle of April, but Monday morning they say they were wishing they had the warmth.
About 97 percent of residents called the quality of life in North Richland Hills either excellent or good in a recent survey, but those living in the southern part of the city were more likely to report substandard housing, potholes, and drainage and flooding problems.
The Association of College and Research Libraries has named Jennifer K. Sheehan as the next editor of RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage .
Cincinnati. Frito-Lay, Inc. employee, Beth Mars, manager of transportation optimization and technology for the company, earned the National Private Truck Council's Certified Transportation Professional Top Graduate award for 2014.
The Williams photo collection includes pictures detailing Fort Worth's urban landscape.
Bowling for Soup, a Grammy-nominated band that has roots in Denton, is crowdsourcing its upcoming record, Songs People Actually Liked: Vol 1, The First 10 Years .
When I graduated from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1977 as a member of its fourth graduating class, I was thrilled to hear of my acceptance into a post-graduate medical training program right here in Fort Worth.
Roslyn Brock, the youngest person ever to serve as chairman of the NAACP national board of directors, will give a lecture at the University of North Texas on Tuesday.