Large Hail Hits North Texas: 'Thought I Was In A Horror Movie For A Minute'“It sounded like big concrete just slamming on top of our house. It was horrible," said Denton County resident Felisha Greer.
Doctors Remind That It's Not Too Late To Get The Flu ShotTwo more people in Dallas County have died from flu-related illnesses. That brings the total number to 69 flu-related deaths in Dallas County this season, and the season is not over yet.
Dad Who Fled To Mexico With Son Gets 50 Years For Texas DeathA man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend at a North Texas business and fleeing to Mexico with their 4-year-old son has been sentenced to 50 years in prison.
Denton County Leaders To Decide Fate Of Confederate MonumentAfter weeks of public meetings and debate, Thursday could be decision day regarding the fate of a statue in Denton with the words "Our Confederate Soldiers" etched in stone.
Firefighters Battle 4-Alarm Fire In Denton SquareFirefighters in Denton battled a four-alarm fire in the historic downtown square.
Denton County's Longest Serving County Judge Set To RetireJudge Horn was the first woman elected to the office of County Tax Assessor Collector and is the longest serving County Judge in Denton County history.
Denton Uses Old Fashioned Paper Ballots ... Sort OfDenton County voters will now have their individual ballot printed and the votes cast on paper.
Fort Worth Firefighter Wanted For Damaging American FlagsA Fort Worth firefighter is wanted for tearing down and damaging two American Flags at the Denton County Courthouse.
Denton County Leaders To Discuss Confederate Statue's FateIt has been just over a week since Dallas leaders had the Robert E. Lee statue removed from a city park. Now, officials in Denton County are considering taking similar action with a Confederate solider memorial.
Denton Man Fights For 17 Years To Have Confederate Monument RemovedWillie Hudspeth now wants a new monument added rather than taking the old one away.
Ex-Marine Gets 44 Years In Prison For UNT Student's DeathThe Denton County jury deliberated about four hours Tuesday in Denton before deciding on Eric Johnson's sentence.
Hot Route Owner Facing New Theft ChargesChris Cassels, the owner of Hot Route Delivery Specialists, is facing theft of service charges. Investigators with the Denton County District Attorney's Office said that Cassels turned himself in on Monday morning.