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County health officials aren't saying much about the patient, other than that it was a child.
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The Denton County District Attorney's office has filed a petition to the state's highest criminal court, in hopes that the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will reverse Charles Stobaugh's overturned murder conviction.
Construction crews work Friday on the expansion of the Interstate 35E overpass that crosses over Bonnie Brae Street in Denton.
The candidate who narrowly lost the County Criminal Court No. 3 seat in Tuesday's primary election is demanding a release of the names of provisional ballot holders so those voters can be notified and have the opportunity to fix their ballots.
County Judge Mary Horn has reimbursed the county $100 for using her county e-mail account to send out 39 e-mails soliciting endorsements for her re-election campaign in possible violation of state law.
Timothy Earl Wesley gave a 12-year-old relative a cellphone on which he arranged times to have sex, prosecutors said.
Recently, a federal circuit court of appeals overturned a six-figure jury award in a case alleging racial harassment that involved talk of lynching and thinly veiled references to the Ku Klux Klan.
Sheriff Will Travis said in 2013 "fake pot" often referred to as "Spice" was the single biggest drug problem in the county and the number one most confiscated drug; especially amongst teenagers.
The Republican candidates for attorney general PUC Chairman Barry Smitherman, Senator Ken Paxton, and Representative Dan Branch, appear at a Denton County forum at the Denton County Elections Administration building on Monday, January 13, 201 The runoff that will largely determine the state's next top lawyer will be a contentious battle between two ... (more)
In a room up on the third floor in the Denton County Administration Building dozens came Wednesday looking for something that at one point in their life they left behind.
Denton County Judge Mary Horn fought off two challengers in Tuesday's primary election to hold on to the Republican nomination for the county's top job, but District Attorney Paul Johnson is headed to a runoff in his bid for another term, according to complete but unofficial returns.
Two contentious justice of the peace races in Denton County are headed to a runoff and an incumbent constable was defeated in Tuesday's Republican primary election.
A man's argument with his girlfriend escalated into violence when the girlfriend's relative assaulted him with a knife, the man told police.