Denton County’s stay-at-home order was extended to the end of this month and could continue beyond that.
Denton County health officials announced Friday that a sixth person has died from COVID-19 coronavirus.
With hospitals restricting access to visitors, families are coming up with creative ways to show support for loved ones who are recovering from surgery or sickness.
The city of Lewisville is taking the extra step of checking on at-risk senior citizens during the outbreak.
Of the 191 total COVID-19 cases in Denton County, about 70 of them are at a supported living center for people with disabilities.
Denton County health officials announced 54 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total countywide to 137.
Denton County health officials reported their first COVID-19 related death and announced 13 new positive cases of the novel coronavirus.
Denton County followed Tarrant and Collin counties by declaring a stay-at-home order.
Colleges and universities across Texas are coming up with ways to help students while campuses are closed.
Denton County issued a new disaster declaration that will add more restrictions.
Denton County has reported its first presumptive positive COVID-19 case.
Denton police are investigating a woman’s death as a homicide after she was found in her home Friday evening.
Several more North Texas universities are moving classes to online instruction due to concerns of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Here is a full list:
More people quarantined for the coronavirus outbreak will soon come to Texas.
Four Denton officers encountered Darius Tarver acting erratically in January after vandalizing an apartment complex. Tarver was carrying a meat cleaver and a frying pan.
Following weeks of demands to release body cam footage, Denton police released body camera video from all four officers on scene the night a UNT student was shot and killed at his apartment complex in January.
Drivers in North Texas can expect a wet commute and rain for much of the day.
Grapevine police arrested a former high school volleyball coach for what he allegedly did to a 15-year-old girl two decades ago.
Lewisville police found nearly 600 pounds of methamphetamine in a tractor-trailer, making it one of the department’s largest drug busts.
Extra security will be in place at a North Texas middle school Monday morning because of threatening messages that were posted online.