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TEXpress toll lanes open on I-35E

TxDOT opened the new TEXpress toll managed lanes on the 18-mile stretch of Interstate 35E from I-635 in Dallas through Carrollton and Lewisville and...

‘Star Wars’ turns 40

Forty years ago today, 20th Century Fox dropped “Star Wars” off into the 32 theaters they could convince to screen it. It was a Wednesday....

APL Logistics Now Hiring – Direct Placement

Now Hiring - Direct Placement Lewisville, TX Forklift Operators Material Handler – Provides warehouse services assigned through safe, efficient, cost effective and accurate handling of customer products and...

Shelter Kyle’s Place opens in Lewisville for homeless teens

  There are more than 2,000 students from kindergarten to high school who are homeless throughout Denton County. Kyle’s Place aims to provide shelter, support...

VAL seeks Fresh Ideas 2017 gallery entries

The Visual Art League of Lewisville is looking for regional artists to submit their work for display in Fresh Ideas 2017. VAL is accepting entries until...

Naked man runs through Lewisville yards, could not be stopped until tased

  A 22-year-old Lewisville man ran naked through the yards and streets of the city Monday, May 23, Capt. Dan Rochelle said. Lewisville Police Department first...

Southridge Elementary garden gets $25,000 grant from Seeds of Change

  Southridge Outdoor Learning Facility received a $25,000 grant Friday, May 19. The garden project at Southridge Elementary was one of 600 applicants nationwide. Of the community and...

Updated: Police operations yield 10 prostitution-related arrests

  Denton County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Homeland Security are conducting operations to identify victims of human trafficking. In a recent attempt to...

Vacation Bible school at Trinity Presbyterian Church

When: Mon. – Thurs., June 5 -8, 8:30 a.m. – noon Where: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 5500 Morriss Road, Flower Mound Cost: $30/child which includes a T-shirt,...

LISD, PAC say they did not collaborate on bond election

State law prohibits political subdivisions, such as LISD, from producing or contributing to political advertisements they are connected to. However, both the Vote Yes...