Neighborhood Store In Downtown Denton Doesn't Survive One Year“I think it’s really unfortunate,” says customer Andrew Ashton. “It’s really a great idea. I’d never heard about anything like this because you just heard about the big grocery stores kind of monopolizing everything.”
Accused TWU Student's Killer Says He 'Panicked', Dismembered BodyDay two in the murder trial for Charles Bryant, the man accused of killing 24-year-old Jacqueline Vandagriff focused on plenty of expert testimony.
March For Our Lives: Thousands In North Texas Join Nationwide MovementA movement that grew out of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida is sweeping across the nation, and thousands in North Texas joined in.
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 Moves To Require Permits For Bike Share CompaniesOne North Texas city is moving forward to require permits for all of the emerging bikeshare companies.
Visible Body Part Leads Denton Recycling Plant Worker To CorpseA body was found in a Denton recycling plant this afternoon.
News Now: Battaglia Execution, Denton Statue, Monopoly CheatersDo you cheat at Monopoly? If so, there's a new version of the board game just for you. Also, Texas is set to execute child killer John Battaglia tonight, and the fate of a Confederate statue in Denton is being decided today.
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.