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  1. I never wanted to be a cook. But for some reason, whenever I find work it’s always around food and alcohol. Though I’ve never worked in a full-fledged bar or View Full Article
  2. Matthew Brune | Senior staff writer Just two seasons ago in his first year, head coach Seth Littrell had two of the greatest specialists in North Texas history in punter View Full Article
  3. UNT is offering a new course this fall in an attempt to be ahead of the emerging technology blockchain — the backbone of cryptocurrencies. The class — BCIS 4980 for undergraduate students View Full Article
  4. Known primarily for his conservative fringe media site, Infowars — that pushed such conspiracies as “The Sandy Hook Hoax” — Alex Jones has come under fire recently for his repeated policy View Full Article
  5. Matthew Brune | Senior staff writer Defensive coordinator Troy Reffett was optimistic leaving practice on Tuesday. It is now his second season as the lone defensive coordinator, and his defense View Full Article
  6. Around 20 UNT students involved in the Bangladesh Student Association stood in front of UNT’s main sign off of North Texas Boulevard Sunday morning in protest for safer roads in View Full Article
  7. For 22 years, Tom Cruise has been headlining the “Mission Impossible” films. With six now to his name, one wonders whether or not the franchise, as well as Cruise, has View Full Article
  8. Matthew Brune | Senior staff writer When asked where this North Texas offense needs to improve over the next four weeks before the opening kickoff against Southern Methodist University, junior View Full Article
  9. People sat illuminated in a soft red glow from the lights at Dan’s Silver Leaf in Denton on Thursday as the second medical marijuana forum continued onward. Almost every chair View Full Article
  10. The grassy area between the Hurley Administration Building and Willis Library is receiving a makeover for the upcoming semester. The area is currently closed off to students, and construction is View Full Article
  11. For the past century, a public pension was an ironclad promise. Whatever else happened, retired policemen and firefighters and teachers would be paid. That is no longer the case. Many cities and states can no longer afford the unsustainable retirement promises made to millions of public workers over many years. By one estimate they are short $5 trillion, an amount that is roughly equal to the output of the world’s third-largest economy. Certain pension funds face the prospect of insolvency unless governments increase taxes, divert funds or persuade workers to relinquish money they are owed. It is increasingly likely that retirees, as well as new workers, will be forced to take deeper benefit cuts. read more:
  12. The Denton Enterprise Airport is getting a second, smaller runway to run parallel to the existing one for $8.3 million. The runway is expected to be finished by July of View Full Article
  13. The city of Denton is considering a new ordinance that could potentially minimize housing affordability issues and give students more housing options. The ordinance under consideration will allow homeowners to View Full Article
  14. Zebra mussels are an invasive species that have been traveling throughout Texas lakes, establishing themselves in around 23 lakes from San Antonio to Dallas — and now in Grapevine Lake, View Full Article
  15. Matthew Brune | Senior Staff Writer Head coach Seth Littrell’s team was voted favorite to repeat as West Division champions in Conference USA earlier this week by his fellow coaches. View Full Article