Amazon will play by the rules now and start collecting Texas sales tax, as well as make some investments in Texas to bring back some jobs. No word yet on whether the original deal to set up a distribution center in Lewisville is back on the table.
The Highland Village man who received a kidney from his son's teacher now worries about how he'll pay for the anti-rejection drugs he must take.
Scammers going after LISD parents. LISD warned parents this week about fraudulent "Parent Appreciation Week" calls:
LISD has been informed that there is an individual placing illegitimate calls to some students in the area, which reference the district. The individual explains that the reason for the call is LISD "Parent Appreciation Week." Please note that this individual is not affiliated with LISD and anyone who receives such a call should report it to the local police department. Anyone associated with the district should not ask a parent for a student's direct phone number. As always, student safety is a high priority. We urge you to take this opportunity to talk with your child about safety measures, which include how to appropriately respond to unsolicited phone calls.
Scam emails are going out in one Democratic primary race.
Hydraulic fracturing rarely produces unintended fractures longer than 600 meters (1,968 feet), says a study.
LISD Board Candidate Paige Shoven challenges LISD spending in a letter to the Cross Timbers Gazette.
Male Roller Derby league forms. The team is called "The Denton County Outlaws".
Poor Sean Hannity… Such a crybaby.
And via Facebook and email, a couple of funny pictures: