City pushing to tune up streets by 2020
The City Council unanimously approved two contracts Tuesday night to keep crews supplied with asphalt and concrete as they rebuild miles of city streets over the next three years.
Texas Supreme Court ruling says town's lawsuit against natural gas companies was filed too late
Six years ago, the town of Dish and some of its property owners filed a lawsuit against multiple natural gas companies accusing the companies of trespassing and claiming their operations were a public nuisance. Last week, the Texas Supreme Court ruled the claims came too late.
Texas moves closer to softening voter ID law
Bill could return power to Texas board of education
Raids, arrests as U.K. seeks attacker ‘network’
Security forces rounded up more suspects Wednesday in the deadly Manchester concert blast and soldiers fanned out across the country to national landmarks as an on-edge Britain tried to thwart the possibility of additional attacks.
Toll ramps to and from Sam Rayburn Tollway now open
Drivers entering or exiting the Sam Rayburn Tollway from or onto Interstate 35E in Lewisville will now have to pay a toll. The charges associated with taking the ramps and using the TEXpress lanes went into effect on Friday.
Voucher standoff could doom school finance improvements
The Texas House on Wednesday rejected the Senate's effort to scale back an ambitious, $1.6 billion school funding plan and tack on a limited school voucher program.
Denton school board contemplates tax ratification election
If an election is called, voters would be asked to approve an increase in the district's maintenance and operations tax rate, bringing it from $1.04 per $100 valuation to $1.06. The tax money goes into the district's operating budget that pays for salaries, supplies and other daily expenditures.
Time change for Saturday's candidate forum
District 3 candidates Don Duff and Paul Meltzer will be available for a meet-and-greet beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Denton Public Safety Training Center, 712 E. Hickory St. Forum begins at 11 a.m.