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    Suspect connected to last week’s shooting surrenders to police

Suspect connected to last week’s shooting surrenders to police

UPDATE: August 16 at 5 p.m. Tyler Purvey, the victim in last week’s shooting northeast of the Square, told investigators the shooting broke out due to money the suspect owed him, according to a Denton Police Department arrest affidavit obtained by North Texas Daily. The affidavit states a witness heard

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    Student organization funds recommended for 2018 school year

Student organization funds recommended for 2018 school year

Funding for various UNT organizations and student groups for the 2018 school year was recently recommended by the Student Service Fee Committee (SSF). The SSF Committee is responsible for recommending the allocation of student services fees to best serve the needs of the largest number of students, according to the

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    Victim in Monday’s shooting expected to live, suspect still at large

Victim in Monday’s shooting expected to live, suspect still at large

UPDATE: Wednesday, August 9, 4:30 p.m. The victim and the suspect involved in the shooting from Monday evening knew each other, the Denton Police Department said. The victim, a 26-year-old Lewisville man, was shot at least two times in the altercation. The police are not releasing his identity. Police are

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    Design for UNT’s art building expansion finalized

Design for UNT’s art building expansion finalized

Jade Jackson | Contributor Designs for the expansion to the Art Building were finalized this week as workers prepared to pour concrete for flooring at the state-of-the-art facility. Highlights of the design that involved student input include large glass windows to showcase student art and colorful plants grown in a

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    Kristin Farmer Autism Center receives grant for scholarships

Kristin Farmer Autism Center receives grant for scholarships

The Kristin Farmer Autism Center received a grant from the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities in June, which allowed over 100 families free registration for the Adventures in Autism Intervention and Research Conference on July 29. “We really wanted to increase the number of parents coming to the conference and

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    Denton parole officer arrested for buying hydrocodone from parolee

Denton parole officer arrested for buying hydrocodone from parolee

Denton parole officer Michael Bush was arrested Tuesday after buying hydrocodone pills from a parolee, according to a press release from the Denton Police Department. Police observed an exchange between Bush and a parolee in the parking lot of the parole office where Bush is employed, located on Teasley Lane.

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    Johnson trial concludes with murder conviction and 44-year sentence

Johnson trial concludes with murder conviction and 44-year sentence

Eric Johnson was sentenced to serve 44 years in prison on Tuesday for the 2016 murder of UNT student Sara Mutschlechner. The jury deliberated for over two hours before reaching its decision. He will be eligible for parole in 22 years. Johnson was convicted of murder Monday after fatally shooting

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    18-wheeler crashes, catches fire on I-35E near Fouts Field

18-wheeler crashes, catches fire on I-35E near Fouts Field

An 18-wheeler caught fire on I-35E across from UNT’s Fouts Field Tuesday morning, shutting down traffic on both sides of the interstate. Despite the cab of the semi-truck being destroyed, no one was injured, according to the Denton Police Department. The 18-wheeler was heading south on I-35 when another vehicle

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    Fire outside Gateway apartments caused by trash inside garbage truck

Fire outside Gateway apartments caused by trash inside garbage truck

Trash inside a Denton garbage truck caught fire Monday morning outside the Gateway apartment complex on Cleveland Street, according to Christina Halbrook, the apartment’s community manager. The garbage truck’s exhaust is thought to have caused the fire. After the fire started, the driver backed his truck to a dead end

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    Eric Johnson sentenced to 44 years in prison for murder of Sara Mutschlechner

Eric Johnson sentenced to 44 years in prison for murder of Sara Mutschlechner

UPDATE: August 1 at 2:25 p.m. Eric Johnson was sentenced to 44 years in prison on Tuesday for the 2016 murder of UNT student Sara Mutschlechner. The jury deliberated for over two hours before reaching its decision. He will be eligible for parole in 22 years. Johnson was convicted of

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