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Programs aim to keep Labor Day revelers safe
Law enforcement agencies across the state will be doing their part to keep people safe this Labor Day weekend, on the road and on the water.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Jury delivers guilty verdict
Jurors found a 26-year-old Denton man guilty of aggravated assault and attempted capital murder Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building and sentenced him to 15 years in prison on each charge.
University of North Texas News Service
Tailgate in Mean Green style for Sept. 6 home game
As you prepare for the first Fall 2014 Mean Green home game Sept. 6 against SMU, plan to tailgate Mean Green style: Carpool.
Krum names new police chief
Terry Hargis has been serving as interim police chief for several months. And Monday night, Krum City Council members voted to officially hire him as Krum chief of police, according to city attorney Lance Vanzant.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Commissioners approve changes to lure job seekers
Denton County commissioners are making a few personnel moves in hopes of luring more law enforcement-related job seekers to Denton County.
Courthouse News Service
Barred From Church, Defendant Sues Judge
A Texas judge is unconstitutionally banning a criminal defendant from attending religious services at his church as he awaits trial, the man claims in court.
Just verdict' sought in trial
The trial for a man who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend and attempted to kill a Denton police officer began this week at the Denton County Courts Building.
North Texas e-News
'Abbieville to Zion: the Communities & Places of Denton County'
Did you ever hear a long-time local mention a place that left you scratching your head; a place like Rabbit Ridge or Uncletown and wonder where the heck it could be? Denton County historian DJ Taylor often wondered about these places and others as he read the community reports in the early twentieth century area newspapers.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Dallas Morning News
The founder of Geary, Porter & Donovan PC went before a jury in Denton County and won $309,000 for his client in a state property condemnation case.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Number of Texas Parents Saying "No" to Vaccines Rising
As kids head back to school, NBC 5 Investigates found three times as many parents are saying "no" to vaccines compared to just seven years ago and in some parts of the metroplex, the rate is even higher.
Namesake Helps Open New Denton ISD School
Just in time for back-to-school, the Denton ISD is opening the doors at its 22nd elementary school, Dorothy Adkins Elementary.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Les Cockrell: DATCU to assemble junior board
DATCU is currently taking applications for the 2014-15 Junior Board of Directors, according to an announcement from the credit union.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Library fund limited
It looks more like a large, cramped office filled with too many books. Shelves upon shelves of them fill the room.
Teachers get first-day jitters, too
The anxiousness young children get about the first day of school is no different from what some Denton teachers are experiencing.
Blotter: Police find drugs, weapons after pulling over vehicle
A 30-year old man from The Colony is in Denton County Jail on a $268,000 bond after police pulled him over because his license plate light was out and found numerous weapons and drugs in his vehicle, according to jail records.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
School zones to get scrutiny
School starts Monday for most Denton County school districts, and that means school zone speed limits and traffic signs will be active.
UPS Signs a New Lease at AllianceTexas
Hillwood Properties , developer of the 18,000-acre master-planned, mixed-use AllianceTexas in far north Fort Worth, has secured a new lease from UPS .
Texas man gets life sentence for plot to kill wife
The rift over wages and working conditions for Shreveport city workers was highlighted again Wednesday as roughly two dozen workers met with union leaders.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
UPS expanding distribution capabilities in Dallas-Fort Worth
One is in the Alliance development of Fort Worth. It will create more than 300 package handler jobs and more than 50 tractor trailer driver positions.
In Lakeside, they're counting police badges, and wondering about others
Both the current and past police chief in the town of 1,500 residents west of Lake Worth were surprised this week when North Richland Hills police arrested a Lakeside businessman and said he showed a city police badge.