Mosquito Sample Tests Positive Rare VirusThe City of Denton says it found a mosquito infected with a California Serogroup virus this month.
I-35 North Near Denton & Sanger Shut Down Following Semi-Truck CrashA Denton police statement said a semi-truck hit a guardrail and flipped on its side Sunday afternoon.
Firefighter Sets Out To Run 100 Miles For Child With CancerAround Christmas, Chad Neely learned his friend’s 4-year-old daughter Amelie was battling a rare form of brain cancer. Her loved ones affectionately call her Lulu.
Denton Disabilities Advocate Faces Surprising Opposition To New HomeWhen the City of Denton and Denton Municipal Electric decided to build a substation above Joe Rivas' home, where he has lived for three years, they also offered the children's book author an opportunity.
Buc-ee's One Step Closer To Building New Travel Center In DentonA fixture along Texas highways may have found its next home. Buc-ee's is one step closer to building a new travel center in Denton.
Denton May Reduce Distance Between Gas Wells & HomesThe vote by Denton City Council Tuesday night could allow gas wells to be placed closer than they already are to private homes.
Denton Leaders Repeal Voter-Approved Fracking BanDenton leaders, the first in the state to ban hydraulic fracturing, repealed the voter-approved measure early Wednesday, sounding a tone of capitulation to the state's powerful oil and gas interests after a seven-month battle.
Denton Cracks Down On Distracted DriversDenton police say if they catch you texting while driving, you won't be LOL.
North Texas City That Banned Fracking Pushes Back In CourtThe city of Denton has pushed back against lawsuits filed by oil interests and the Texas General Land Office against the fracking ban its voters approved last month.
Pull-In Parking To Be A Thing Of The Past In Parts Of DentonA major parking change is coming to part of downtown Denton. Soon drivers will have just one choice on how to park -- backwards.
Fracking Ban Vote Looms Over Denton ElectionTensions are mounting as big oil and gas companies and anti-fracking activists try to sway voters ahead of a Tuesday referendum that would make Denton the first Texas city to ban the drilling practice.
Emotions Running High Over Denton Fracking Ban VoteBobby Jones and his family have owned 82 acres in Denton for decades. Now, he worries if voters approve a ban on fracking in the city, the mineral rights they lease will dry up.