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Bar fight results in two criminal trespass notices, one arrest

What started as a bar fight on Fry Street Sunday ended in two criminal trespass notices and an arrest. The manager of The Garage bar called Denton Police at 12:18

Poll finds more than half of students toured campus before coming to UNT

Universities rely heavily on marketing to get the students they want and keep up with the competition. One of the best tactics is getting the student to look at the

Two in three freshmen have not taken Haven, a “mandatory” sexual assault prevention course

One of the many requirements for every new student who comes to UNT is to complete the university’s sexual assault prevention course. The course is supposedly mandatory — but there

How Hotel Occupancy Tax pays for Denton’s culture

With the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival opening at the end of April, tourists and residents from all over the area are expected to fill Denton’s streets. The festival, which generates almost

Climate change: UNT researchers monitor quail population

New technologies have helped UNT Quail better understand the decline in northern bobwhites population since 1967 throughout the North Texas corridor region. The organization found pesticides and climate change may

Student, professor team develop new curriculum for the visually impaired

Since 2012, a visually impaired professor has been working on a new curriculum allowing students like him to explore computer science at UNT. UNT computer science professor Stephanie Ludi wants

Driver hits student crossing Highland Street

A male driving a silver Ford F-150 hit an unidentified female student while she was crossing Highland Street late Wednesday morning. The student had minor injuries and was transported to Denton Presbyterian

Denton now has 8.5 miles of bike lanes, a goal of the city’s Master Plan

Two years after Julie Anderson was appointed to be the City of Denton’s new bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, or “Bike Czar,” Denton’s mobility plan and its continued progress is sparking

Krum: The town that voted for Trump

By: Anna Orr, James Norman and Omar Mir Krum, Texas, nestled just northwest of Denton, is a small town of 5,000 residents, and according to 2016 election data, a lot

Another apartment complex proposal near Fry Street area is denied

The adoption of an ordinance to rezone approximately 1.39 acres from a residential area to commercial was denied on April 7 at the regular city council meeting. Residents around the