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The FAA is investigating after a piece of metal seemingly fell from the sky and damaged the roof of a Denton County home with the family inside.
Police say 41-year-old Robert Walter Dupree of Plano was arrested Thursday in The Colony for failure to use a proper signal.
The Denton County Sheriff's Office says 24 people were arrested late last week during a joint human-trafficking sting that included The Colony Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations.
Convenience Store Robbed On July 16, at approximately 1:15 a.m., a convenience store clerk in the 100 block of Fox Avenue reported that they had been robbed.
The Denton Public Library will offer teenagers a three-day workshop on improvisational acting skills beginning Tuesday, July 29, according to an announcement from the library.
Search crews are currently underway looking for a man in his early 30s that was reported missing since Friday evening on Lewisville Lake.
A number of social service agencies will receive a lot less in funding from Denton County than they asked for, officials said.
After a hectic day of dealing with flooding from almost a foot of rainfall in parts of Denton County on Thursday, conditions were rapidly returning to normal Friday, said Jody Gonzalez, the county's emergency management coordinator.
A 28-year-old man wanted on a charge of endangering a child attempted to run from Denton police officers when they tried to serve a warrant at his home in the 500 block of Maddox Street on Wednesday afternoon.
Many people found themselves in dangerous situations across northern Denton County early Thursday morning as flooding rainfall moved across the area.
Patterson wrote a letter to Mayor Chris Watts objecting to the ban prior to Tuesday's public hearing.
KRUM, Texas -- There's a reason it's called "flash flooding." Creeks roared into rivers, filled pastures like lakes, and cut off roads all over Denton County Tuesday morning.
Traffic on southbound I-35 Wednesday morning in Sanger passes a car stranded next to a flooded ditch in the median.
Clusters of slow-moving thunderstorms dumped heavy rains on North Texas Thursday morning, prompting authorities to close Interstate 35 for several hours near the Red River.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 03:23 am
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