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Carrillo installed as president of Denton County chapter of LULAC
Lilyan Prado Carrillo, installed Saturday night as president of the Denton County chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), recalled the story of a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl who recently died of dehydration on U.S. soil while in custody.
Texas woman claims dog died after eating a sugar-free candy cane: ‘I feel like I failed her’
A young dog in Texas reportedly died after eating a sugar-free candy cane, which contains an ingredient called xylitol that is often deadly to canines if ingested. Groves resident Darla Martinez told 12 News her 7-month-old Chihuahua-mix, Harleigh, got into a package of sugar-free candy canes that s
The arts in southern Denton County and beyond: Holiday
Add a little art to your life! There’s no easier or better time to enjoy the arts than during the holiday. We’re lucky to have many quality and varied opportunities here in our community to enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday and other non-holiday arts, as evidenced by the following:
Texas girl’s inoperable brain tumor vanishes
In what seems like a Christmas miracle, the inoperable brain tumor of an 11-year-old girl in Texas has disappeared, and doctors say they don’t know why. Roxli Doss was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG, in June, as KVUE reported, and went through weeks of radiation.
Wind advisory in effect for Denton County
Hold on to your hat! Very windy conditions are expected this afternoon into Friday morning. A wind advisory is in effect until noon Friday for Denton County, according to the National Weather Service.
Pedestrian hit and killed Monday morning on Interstate 35E
A female pedestrian was struck by a pickup truck Monday morning as the truck was traveling southbound on Interstate 35E. Denton police spokesman Bryan Cose said the woman was walking along main traffic lanes around 6:15 a.m. in the 2400 block of I-35E near Goodwill when a pickup truck hit her. Cose
Cattle company supplies free, high-quality beef to those in need in Denton County
Cattle flocked toward the surrounding barbed wire, watching to see if Kim Clarke would reach for a bag of feed. All nine fully grown cows represented just a fraction of the more than 50 head currently in Clarke's herd, but the animals are spread across Denton and Montague counties.
Frisco Police Investigating Report Of 2 Women Attacked By Coyote
FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Frisco police are investigating a coyote attack that happened early Monday morning. A woman says her husband helped save two women who were being attacked.
Will Texas expand medical marijuana program in 2019?
AUSTIN,Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - The future of medical marijuana in Texas could be decided during the upcoming legislative session. Currently, the Texas Compassionate Use Act only allows people with intractable epilepsy to legally use medical cannabis, and even then there are stipulations attached to t
Denton resident to appear on 'Jeopardy' on Tuesday
A Denton flight attendant will appear on Jeopardy!, a long-running and popular quiz show, on Tuesday. Anne Cushman, the flight attendant, will compete for cash prizes and bragging rights during either the 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. broadcast of the quiz show. Jeopardy! airs on KTXA-TV.
Family behind Denton’s La Milpa Mexican Restaurant profiled on celebrity chef's PBS special
Lidia Bastianich know more than a thing or two about cooking. At age 71, Bastianich has built a reputation for fine Italian cooking, a series of cookbooks and the handful of restaurants she owns and co-owns across the country.
Annetta Ramsay: Good news and bad news about Denton’s ethics policy
First, the good news. Denton is the most recent Texas city to add an ethics code to its municipal ordinances. A citizen-driven movement started in 2014 after city officials were suspected of unethical behavior. City Council unanimously approved the code on May 1, 2018.
UNT investigating ties with local white supremacist
University of North Texas officials were alerted in October that a self-proclaimed white supremacist had been active and engaged with students on campus in Denton, the Denton Record-Chronicle has confirmed.
'He's a warrior': Oklahoma commit Drew Sanders scores all three Denton Ryan touchdowns in loss to Highland Park
ARLINGTON — Despite a disappointing afternoon for Denton Ryan — which fell to Highland Park for the third-straight year in the state semifinals — a bright spot for the Raiders was the performance of junior linebacker and receiver Drew Sanders, who scored all three Ryan touchdowns.
Blotter: Man threatens tenants with knife, goes with police peacefully, police say
A 21-year-old man went with Denton police peacefully early Friday after initially threatening apartment tenants in the 1600 block of West Oak Street with a pocketknife, police said.
Nelson files bills to protect health, public safety
Texas State Senator Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, last week filed another package of bills in preparation for the upcoming legislative session, which begins in Jan. 8 and concludes May 27. Lawmakers may file legislation through March 8.
Recruiting report card: Why Texas Tech's 2015 class has mostly been a disappointment
With the early signing period looming, we start a four-part series looking back at Texas Tech's past four recruiting classes. Here's a look back at the 2015 class:. Defensive lineman Broderick Washington: While his overall tackle number was slightly lower in 2018, it was still a breakout season for
Expect high-quality Texas wines after a 'roller coaster' grape harvest in the High Plains
The grape harvest in West Texas is crucial to the Texas wine industry, and this year has had its ups and downs. The Texas High Plains AVA, centered around Lubbock, produces over 80 percent of Texas' wine grapes. And while the harvest in the Panhandle might seem removed from the well-known wineries o
Texas woman, 84, bored with retirement, gets college degree
People 65 and older make up less than one percent of U.S. college students. In 2015, they accounted for about 67,000 of about 20 million college students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Janet Fein is among that elite group of Americans.
Judge gives mom 40 years after 2 kids die in car. People 'take better care of their pets'
A Texas judge showed little sympathy during sentencing for a mom whose two daughters, ages 1 and 2, died after being left in an increasingly hot car overnight. "Those precious little girls would still be here today if this had not happened," said Judge Keith Williams, according to Hill Country Break