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Little Elm independent filmmaker finds his way 'Beyond the Bridge'

Ramon L. Malpica is actually doing something about his dream to become a filmmaker. He made a film. Not just him. The Little Elm resident and two of his friends, Matthew Thomas of Garland and Lindsey Cummings of Chicago, who also have dreams of being filmmakers, formed Free Lane Films. Together they

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-24 16:30:00

Community profile: Joe Adcock

Detective Joe Adcock has been with the Flower Mound Police Department for 20 years. For nearly half that time, he has been involved with Children's Advocacy Center of Denton County as a member of FMPD. Below, Adcock talks about why he got involved with the organization that helps abused children, as

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-24 16:30:00

Longtime Denton resident receives honor for 70 years in American Legion

After spending 70 years with the American Legion, Denton local John B. Shrader Jr. was honored Wednesday at the local post for his decades of continuous service. Shrader joined Post 71 of the American Legion after he served in World War II along with many other Denton residents. The American Legion

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-09-25 00:18:00

Citywide Wi-Fi, connectivity top ideas at citizens' summit

Citywide Wi-Fi, bike lanes and trails to connect the city, citizen engagement and enhancing Coppell's entrance signs were some of the top things citizens want to see happen or improved by the year 2040. Thursday night marked an important night for the city as residents gathered to discuss plans and

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-24 14:39:00

Blotter: Denton woman jailed in connection to 'execution style' homicide in 2010

A Denton woman was booked into the county jail Friday morning on a capital murder charge stemming from a 2010 homicide in Waller County, according to an arrest affidavit from the Waller County District Attorney's Office. Ann Marie Lasker Denton County Jail Ann Marie Lasker, 35, was arrested aft

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-09-23 00:39:29

Volunteers help promote library's future, bring back book sale

The Little Elm Friends of the Library is getting ready to help you fill those long autumn evening hours while you wait for it to get cool enough to build a fire in the fireplace. Romance, mystery, biography, how-to, children's books - the library will have it all during the first book sale the Frien

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-23 19:30:00

Blotter: 88-year-old man arrested for throwing glass jar lid at wife

An 88-year-old man was arrested on Friday for reportedly throwing a glass jar lid at his wife, according to a Denton police report. A 911 caller advised police her husband threw the lid, which struck her in the stomach, causing pain and a red mark, the report said. The 77-year-old woman called poli

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-09-24 00:47:18

Denton neighborhood awaits walls to help tone down I-35E traffic

From the front yard of her Lindsey Street home in Denton, Brittany Small also has a front seat to Interstate 35E. The action is constant. "I-35 never stops," she said. Inside or outside her home, she also has a front seat to another component of living near a major highway: The constant traffic nois

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-09-23 02:41:00

Jeremi Suri, Doug Stanton, Pamela Salzman and other authors on tour Sept. 24-30 in D-FW

Lawrence E. Hodges will discuss and sign Raised From the Dead at noon Sunday, Sept. 24, at SMU Barnes & Noble, 3060 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas. Soman Chainani will sign Quests for Glory at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, at Barnes & Noble, 2601 Preston Road, Frisco. Pamela Salzman will discuss Kitchen Matter

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-09-23 16:00:00

Generations come together for gardening

Many people might not know that gardening provides a number of physical and mental benefits, especially for older adults. Experts say that it can improve flexibility and mobility in seniors and can also decrease stress and improve someone's mood. For children, gardening is a tool to teach responsib

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-22 20:00:00

College Student Says Car Engine Had No Oil, Hours After Getting An Oil Change

The young man had to buy a new engine for his car, costing several thousand dollars When Jose Betances saved up to buy his first new car his father made it clear to him it was more than just a set of wheels. "I know that there's a certain amount of maintenance and follow up with the car, something a

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2017-09-22 01:02:22

Have y'all heard about these kids taking homecoming photos in Ikea?

The homecoming photos of a group of dolled-up teenagers in front of somebody's fireplace are so last season. This year, a group of Frisco high school students took their homecoming photos instead at IKEA. The kids posted the photos, taken ahead of Frisco Heritage High School's annual do, to Twitter,

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-09-22 14:46:38

A little laughter goes a long way: Frisco 7-year-old contributes to charity joke book

An eye-patch. The creative mind behind this knee-slapper is 7-year-old Max Nelson of Frisco, who submitted the joke for "Cool Jokes for Summer," a joke book released by the UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation. The foundation has collected family-friendly jokes for three new joke books that not on

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-23 13:00:00

Theatre Frisco to produce Pulitzer-winning 'Crimes of the Heart'

Theatre Frisco will be producing SMU graduate Beth Henley's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "Crimes of the Heart," at the Black Box Theater in Frisco's Discovery Center, 8004 Dallas Parkway #200. The story takes place in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, where the three Magrath sisters have gathered to await ne

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-22 21:30:00

UNT TAMS students from Frisco named National Merit Semifinalists

Ten students from Frisco schools who are now attending the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science have been named semifinalists in the 2017-18 National Merit Scholarship Competition. The Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, or TAMS, is a two-year residential program at the University of North

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-22 18:28:00

Frisco Family Services aiding families affected by Hurricane Harvey

The ravaging winds and damaging floods from Hurricane Harvey forced thousands of residents of Houston, Galveston and the surrounding area to evacuate their homes. Evacuees had to leave behind their homes, food, clothes and way of life. To seek shelter, many found their way to North Texas. Katie Carn

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-22 17:27:00

Deion Sanders' former estate ready for next 'Prime Time'

PROSPER - Chateau Montclair was once the estate of Deion Sanders former NFL cornerback and now Hall of Famer. The previously 112-acre property has been parceled out into multiple subdivisions. The Montclair subdivision consists of 25 lots with Sanders' former residence being the largest, now sitting

HERALD DEMOCRAT - 2017-09-23 06:01:00

Lewisville calendar of events: Sept. 24-30

The Village Shops and Plaza, 2540 King Arthur Boulevard Classic car and truck show The event hosted by Time Machine Car Shows is free for spectators. Those who wish to display a car or truck pay a $10 entry fee. Possible awards are: Castle Hills Pick, '79 and older car and truck, '80s and newer car

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-09-23 13:00:00

Lee Park's new old name, Lowe's possible victims, McCain's no vote: Your Friday evening roundup

An empty pedestal remains along with barricades at the site where the statue of Confederate general of Robert E. Lee stood in Robert E. Lee Park on Sept. 15. (Andy Jacobsohn/Staff Photographer) Dallas' Robert E. Lee Park officially renamed Oak Lawn Park - for now A statue of Robert E. Lee is gon

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-09-22 22:00:00

One year later, campus carry brings no apparent change to UNT

The beginning of the 2017 fall semester marks one year since campus carry took effect in public universities across Texas. According to the University of North Texas Police Department, the law has not changed the campus environment in any significant way. "We have had no incidents since the law pass

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-09-23 00:43:42