Changes Come To Busy Denton County HighwayChanges came Tuesday for a busy roadway in a growing part of North Texas. Highway 380 in Denton County is in the middle of a widening project which required new traffic patterns to be set.
Construction Worker Killed On Highway 380Little Elm Police tell us on their 5 ½ mile stretch of Highway-380 alone, they've seen the number of vehicles per day rise more than 20% since 2013, and each year since then, the number of crashes has increased significantly.
Denton PD Won't Be Back At Site Of Weekend Deadly CrashIt turns out police in Denton will not be returning to the scene of a crash that killed two children. A friend of the crash victims had said there would be an accident reconstruction, but while officers are still investigating the crash, they say they won't be at the crash scene today.
2nd Child Dies After Denton 4-Vehicle CrashPolice said Sunday the 8-year-old boy died from his injuries at a hospital. He's the second child to die as a result of this crash.
One Person Dies After 7-Car Wreck In Denton CoJust before 8:00pm Wednesday there was a seven-car pile-up in Denton County along Highway 380 in Little Elm between Providence Village and Paloma Creek.
Road Conditions Quickly Deteriorate As Storm Hits Denton CountyIcy road conditions lead to multiple vehicle accidents in Denton County Wednesday night.
Development Plans For Last Coveted Piece Of Collin County PropertyA particular piece of land is considered one of the last coveted undeveloped properties in Collin County -- now a Dallas lawyer is about to change that. The attorney gave CBS 11 News an exclusive look at the big plans for Highway 380 and the Dallas North Tollway.
Businesses Frustrated With Highway 75 ConstructionBusiness owners along the stretch of Highway 75 from El Dorado to Highway 380 knew the highway expansion would be a nuisance. But for some the digging has gotten a little too close for comfort.
Mother Says Denton County Road Is Too DangerousThere is a stretch of state highway in Denton County that one North Texas mother thinks is too dangerous and deadly.

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