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Denton officer was not arrested before fraud indictment
Last Thursday, a Denton County grand jury indicted Marida Buchanan on a state-jail felony count of insurance fraud. Because of her indictment, the officer was rendered to administrative leave without pay, police authorities have said.
Texas board reverses course, votes to keep Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller in history curriculum
AUSTIN - The State Board of Education has voted to keep Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller and several other historical figures in the Texas social studies curriculum. The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, or TEKS, are baseline curriculum standards public school teachers use to create lesson plans an
Fort Worth police seeking armed robbers who stole lottery tickets
That's the case for two men sought by the Fort Worth police department in connection with an armed robbery, the theft of lottery tickets, and the later attempts to redeem those tickets.
LISD approves rezoning for elementary schools in Lewisville
When the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees approved the rezoning for Lewisville elementary schools Monday, the negative feeling that can at times accompany boundary adjustment discussions was noticeably missing.It was replaced with pom-poms and cheers – parents and teachers at existing campuses showi
Keller woman arrested for 2nd DWI and on Warrant from Broward Co. Florida for Grand Theft
Nicole Lee Graves, Age: 45, POB: Chicago, IL.Listed Occupation as Waitress at Reddrock Canyon Grill and Home 4633 Pangolin Dr., Keller, TX.Arrested on Oct. 31, 2018 at 9:09 PM by Officer J. Rivera at 1700 N. Main St. and Charged with;1.)Driving While Intoxicated 2nd !!**2.) On a Sheriff’s Office War
BREAKING: OSU student expelled from from fraternity after reportedly writing racial slur on receipt
Bradley Lasher, an OSU marketing student from Flower Mound, Texas, and member of OSU's Delta Tau Delta fraternity, has been expelled from Delta Tau Delta after reportedly writing "nigger" on the signature line of a receipt at Logie's on the Corner in Norman on Saturday.
Family of Tarrant County Inmate Accused of Killing Cellmate Questions Jail
Inmate's family says he should have been in psychiatric treatment and not a Tarrant County jail cell NBC 5 News Clinton Don Simpson, left, died in the Tarrant County Jail, Nov. 8, 2018. David Faustino Flores, right, who was in the jail awaiting trial on a charge of injury to an elderly person, has b
Thieves take more than $12,000 in electronics from Fort Worth homeless charity
Thieves stole more than $12,000 of electronics over the weekend from a Fort Worth nonprofit group that helps the homeless. Two men were caught on surveillance video Saturday night at When We Love in the 1100 block of East Lancaster Avenue, police said. In a Facebook post, nonprofit director Gary Wi
Blotter: Trucker abandons rig next to beer plant
Denton police said a truck driver abandoned his 18-wheeler on an Interstate 35 service road near West Oak Street, and the man’s boss in California reported to police that the driver stole fuel from the company to resell it, according to a police report.
Arlington Resident Wins $1M Powerball Prize
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Burglar swipes sex toys but can't crack safe at Denton adult store
Someone broke into a Denton adult store and stole exactly what you would think last week The intruder cut a "man-sized hole" into the back of Sara's Secret in the 3100 block of West University Drive around 3:30 a.m. Friday and took several sex toys, the Denton Record-Chronicle reported. Store owners
Top 4 School Districts in Dallas-Fort Worth for 2019
More people each year are selecting the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metroxplex to call home. In fact, itnow ranksas the 4th largest area in the U.S. That is because it has low cost of living, plenty of good neighborhoods, abundant BBQ, and of course, great schools.
Does Southlake Carroll have the toughest Class 6A Div. I playoff path? Here's a look at the Dragons' possible showdowns.
Throughout coach Riley Dodge’s first season leading his alma mater, Southlake Carroll has cruised.The Dragons won all three non-district games against playoff-bound teams, averaged a four-touchdown margin of victory against District 5-6A foes and position themselves as a top contender in the Class 6
Woman lured man from Fort Worth motel room before he was shot, police say
Updated at 9:30 a.m.:Revised to include the victim's age.A woman lured a 27-year-old from a motel room in Fort Worth before he was shot by a man hiding around the corner Sunday night, police said.Fort Worth officers were dispatched at 9:20 p.m. to the Days Inn motel at 4213 South Freeway, near Semin
None injured as Euless firefighters battle early-morning blazes at house, apartment complex
The fires occurred about 90 minutes apart — the first breaking out around 1 a.m. at a home in the 500 block of Slaughter Lane. Seven people were inside, and all safely evacuated the home, fire officials said.
Lewisville firefighters head to California to assist rescue crews in wildfires (copy)
Crews from Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper and Lewisville fire departments set out for California Monday morning as part of a statewide assistance effort to fight the wildfires on the west coast.
Denton Officer Charged With Insurance Fraud
"Police officers are bound to a higher standard of conduct, whether on duty or off, especially given the position of power which we hold. The charge is not consistent with the values of the Denton Police Department including Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Dedication, and Excellence (PRIDE). Th
Police seeking information after 26-year-old is shot dead in Pleasant Grove
Jimar Nichols, 26, was shot and killed Sunday in the 2000 block of Lewiston Avenue.(Dallas Police Department)
Thieves swipe $15,000 in electronics from Fort Worth homeless shelter
The theft of as much as $15,000 worth of computers, TV's and other electronics, though, comes as a major gut punch for Gary Wilkerson Jr. and the staff atWhen We Love.
Man Lured From FW Motel Room, Wounded in Ambush Shooting
Officers said security cameras captured a woman speaking to the victim in front of his room door, convincing him to follow her down the breezeway of the building where a gunman was hiding around a corner. The gunman opened fire at the man as he ran back towards his hotel room, striking the victim in