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Texas Proposes Tougher Rules On Fracking Wastewater After Earthquakes Surge
A sign placed along the sidewalk reads 'Common Sense Against Earthquakes' as a small group with Frack Free Denton protest outside city hall, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, in Denton, Texas.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
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.
Will drivers' I-35 'love' include TxDOT's planned toll road push?
The Texas Department of Transportation , one of the state's most influential yet unelected and unaccountable users of public funds, is rolling out a $500,000 media campaign reminding Interstate 35 drivers to "Be Safe.
Flow Festival Day 2 in pics: The National, How to Dress Well, Polica, ...
Earlier this month, we sent longtime BrooklynVegan contributor Dominick Mastrangelo to the 2014 Flow Festival in Helsinki, Finland.
Dallas Morning News
Cult-favorite Hypnotic Donuts to open, finally, in Denton
Hypnotic Donuts might change your perception of what a "doughnut" is. Here's Canadian Healthcare, a yeast-raised long john topped with maple icing, a full strip of bacon and syrup.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Denton hoping to hire bike czar
The new job, officially called bike and pedestrian coordinator, is among the 39 new positions proposed for the city's 2014-15 budget.
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.
New Grading Policy Makes It Really, Really Hard for Denton ISD Students to Fail
Denton ISD's new grading policy rolls out today with the first day of school, to the delight of middle and high school students and the chagrin of their teachers.
Blotter: Woman tried to have old prescription filled
Denton police arrested a 31-year old woman for allegedly submitting a phony prescription that her boyfriend later tried to pick up, according to a police report.
Ribbons and tiaras handed out at fair
The 2014 North Texas Fair and Rodeo drew a record number of attendees this year, and the fair's annual parade through central Denton saw even more entries this year.
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
Doughnuts with a - good vibe'
Employees at the new Hypnotic Donuts on Hickory Street work on cleaning and setting up the store Tuesday for their upcoming grand opening.
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.
Sarah Jaffe Plays Release Show in Dallas Tonight
Sarah Jaffe has announced the addition of Josh T. Pearson as support for her Record Release show at Dallas' Majestic Theatre tonight, August 23rd.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Denton names new fire chief
After several weeks of searching nationwide, the city has named Robin Paulsgrove as the new chief of the Denton Fire Department.
Ex-Denison Resident Extradited In Case Involving 7 Break-Ins Near Sherman
We're learning more about the elaborate scheme a Bonham woman allegedly used to skim money from a nursing home where she worked.
"Lisapalooza" Concert To Help North Texas Journalist Fighting Cancer
If you want to hear some good music while helping out a worthy cause this weekend we've got just the thing.
Blotter: Men rob couple at gunpoint in apartment
According to Denton police, the boyfriend and girlfriend were robbed of three pairs of Air Jordans, a computer and a video game console at their apartment in the 1200 block of Cleveland Street on Wednesday.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
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.
Dallas Morning News
Collin, Denton, Hunt county agencies join forces with feds for new crime-fighting task force
David Marwell, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations, talks about the new task force to fight crime.