Nearly three years after a 58-year-old electrical engineer was gunned down in his garage at his home in Plano, police this week arrested three suspects in connection with his murder. Robbery was identified as a motive, according to a statement released Tuesday by Plano police. An extensive investigation by the Plano Police Department Crimes Against […]
Duly elected by his district, Council member La’Shadion Shemwell faces McKinney voters petitioning to remove him from office.
Colder temperatures are upon us. So, while we pull out those winter coats, we have to make sure our homes are taken care of as well. The city of McKinney has posted a reminder on its website to help residents protect their homes from the cold.
Being a team player doesn’t always mean one team. A middle school proved that after supporting an opposing team’s coach battling cancer.
From Glee’s Kevin McHale to The Little Rascal’s Zachary Mabry, a number of talented individuals hail from Plano. But one of the city’s own up-and-coming artists has recently made it big on some of the largest music streaming services.
Located at Lebanon Road and the Dallas North Tollway, the 175-acre Wade Park development was envisioned as the crown jewel of Frisco’s vaunted “5 billion dollar mile.”
Tis’ the season! And all across DFW, Christmas lights are in full glow. While there are many great areas to see great Christmas lights, one of the best is the Deerfield Plano Christmas Lights.
Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano has faced scrutiny after a video showed a behind-the-scenes clip of its extravagant Christmas program. The church is charging up to $60 for tickets to the show.
Frisco ISD has been in the process of reviewing over a million books in its library since May, removing 10 books from school shelves between February and August. At a meeting on November 30, the board voted to permanently remove five more books for the first time.
The Mix, a $3 billion “mixed-experience community” will soon be built at the former Wade Park. Offices, retail space, residential living and multiple hotels will be included in the project.
Since it started, the program has been under scrutiny and now people in Texas who applied to save their small businesses are finding out their loans were not forgiven.
An agreement between the city of Plano and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has been approved for the Silver Line project. New benefits and additional turn lanes were included.