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Psychological effects worse for highly-involved COVID-19 healthcare workers

Healthcare workers highly involved in COVID-19 care experience more...

Dance and theater cope with online learning despite normally interactive curriculum

By contributing writer Emma Saldivar Despite the level of interaction...

Oportun Inc. has filed nearly 10,000 lawsuits this year against lower-income Texans. This is how we found out.

Justice of the peace courts, where a majority of debt claims are filed in Texas, aren’t required to report case-level information. Here’s how ProPublica and Texas Tribune reporters got around it to reveal one company’s aggressive tactics.

Texas students said pandemic-era tuition should be cut. But it’s going up at some schools due to distance learning fees.

Students grappling with financial upsets and a hurting economy say tuition should be lowered at their Texas universities. But some colleges are adding new fees related to an increase in distance learning.

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Legislature OKs $100 million for health sciences center

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On Your Marks! Denton Area Running Club offers way more than just running for the Denton community.

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Denton PD Announces Passing of Detective Rodney Mooneyham

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Self inflicted mistakes define football’s 49-21 loss versus Marshall Friday night

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