Nearly a week has passed since a Plano jogger’s body was discovered on Chisholm Trail, where she would run each morning. The jogging shoes that people were leaving around a couple of trees where Sarmistha Sen’s body was found have made their way to Trusted World, a nonprofit that feeds and clothes people around the […]
During Tuesday’s City Council meeting in McKinney, the night began with a call for unity from a citizen to the council during the public comment section. “I am here to reach a happy medium, a compromise,” he told the council and their constituents, both those watching the meeting unfold online and those who showed up in […]
Plano jogger Sarmistha Sen killed near Chisholm Trail in a random attack.
The Fall semester approaches and in the face of COVID-19, school officials in North Texas are facing unprecedented pressure.
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 […]
Armed with cowbells, clackers, and pom-poms, Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere, elected officials, business leaders, and sponsors erupted with excitement Saturday as the interns from the Plano mayor’s summer internship program drove by in decorated cars like vehicles in a parade. The parade marked the end of the Plano mayor’s seventh annual Summer Internship Program. It […]
Plano City Council to Determine Fate of Affordable Housing Development For Seniors Desperately Seeking a Home
In the 46 years that she has lived in Plano, Mary Alice Garza has seen a lot of people move into her tree-lined suburb just north of Dallas. Young people have moved here for the schools and businesses. Grandparents soon followed, moving from out of state to be closer to their grandchildren. Still, many of […]
Jasmine Strange of Plano gets up early during these days of the pandemic to get her young children ready for daycare before heading into work. The 30-year-old mother has to make sure 6-year-old Antonio and 1-year-old Jaydon wash their hands. And before she takes them to the child care center, she always tucks an extra […]
In downtown McKinney stands a statue of the 12th Governor of Texas, James W. Throckmorton, which now, McKinney City Council may decide to remove.
Collin County Runoff 2020 Results: Nominees for Senate, House, Railroad Commission, and More Decided
Hundreds of thousands of voters across Texas flocked to the polls on Tuesday to decide the future of the 2020 election cycle, the stakes of which have reached enormous highs amid a period of economic and social unrest stemming largely from COVID-19. The runoffs were initially scheduled to take place on May 26, but due […]
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.