Dallas police officer arrested by Mesquite police
Dallas police officer Edward Antunez turned himself in today at the Mesquite Police Department and was charged with one count of sexual assault, according to a news release.
Frisco ISD passes 2013-2014 budget: Tax rate to remain the same
The Frisco Independent School District board of trustees unanimously passed the 2013-2014 school year budget at its regular meeting Monday, which keeps the district's tax rate at its current amount.
Plano police seek bank robbery suspect
Monday at about 1 p.m., Plano Police responded to a bank robbery call at the ViewPoint Bank in the 2500 block of East Plano Parkway.
Mesquite SWAT team arrests barricaded suspect
Shortly after 2 p.m. Monday, June 17, Mesquite police responded to a shooting call in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 1600 block of Hickory Tree Road.
Identity of man who drowned at Plano golf course revealed
Update Monday 11:45 a.m.
Downs, Rodriguez win runoff elections
David Downs won a spot on the Plano City Council Saturday night by defeating former councilwoman Sally Magnuson in a runoff for the Place 8 seat.
'Big Boy' move to Frisco delayed, no new relocation date announced
Local railroad fans hoping to see a glimpse of history will have to wait a little longer, as Museum of the American Railroad officials announced that the relocation of the Union Pacific No. 4018 "Big Boy" steam locomotive from Fair Park to Frisco has been delayed.
Mother, son found dead in West Plano home (updated)
Update 10 p.m.
Hope's Door aims to expand shelter with money raised at luncheon
More than 12,000 cases of domestic violence were reported in Collin County last year, and thousands more remain unreported for various reasons.
Plano students top state average on STAAR
Plano ISD students performed well above the state average on the 2013 STAAR test, according to results released by the district.
Mortgage lender moves operations to Plano
A national mortgage lender announced Wednesday it is opening a corporate office in Plano and bringing up to 1,000 jobs to the city in the next three years.
Eye of the storm: Storm spotters fill key role in keeping public safe
Each spring and summer, dozens of tornadoes are reported across North Texas and neighboring Oklahoma, causing residents to huddle around weather radios and television sets to learn the storms' projected paths.
Scandalous retelling of Bible story offers plenty of laughs: Show gives twist to Adam and Eve
It's scandalous, hilarious, and it involves religion and sex. Interested yet?
McKinney ISD outperforms state averages on STAAR
McKinney ISD in large part outperformed state averages on State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) tests, according to statewide results released Monday.
Celebrating a small town, hometown hero: Audie Murphy Day to honor veterans, active duty
Who is Audie Murphy? If you've never heard of him before, best do your homework before visiting Farmersville, particularly if it's on June 22.
McKinney breaks ground on Craig Ranch corporate center
Thursday morning marked the beginning of new corporate business opportunities in McKinney as officials broke ground on the McKinney Corporate Center Craig Ranch.
Bus driver revives McKinney student with CPR
School bus drivers aren't required to know CPR. Fortunately for 14-year-old Dakota, a special-needs student, her bus driver does.
Resident's 'hunger strike' aims to garner food donations for Salvation Army pantry
One man's efforts to feed the hungry will take the food right out of his mouth - literally - for 14 days.
CareFlite base possibly moving out of Frisco
Medical transportation provider CareFlite may move its Frisco-based helicopter to another city, which could have a major impact on children younger than 17 with medical disabilities.
'Big Boy' steam locomotive planned to arrive in Frisco on Sunday
The Museum of the American Railroad's Union Pacific No. 4018 steam locomotive, better known as "Big Boy," will likely make its way to Frisco on Sunday, one of the final pieces in a year-long move from its current location at Fair Park.
Dr Pepper Arena launches Cirque Musica: hybrid is ready to impress with unique show
Frisco's Dr Pepper Arena commonly houses the Texas Tornado hockey team and Texas Legends basketball team. This month, however, it will open its doors to an entirely different type of athleticism.
Headlining with a cause: Divas use vocal talents, industry know-how for charity show
More than 25 of DFW's favorite professional female vocalists and members of DFW Divas will hit the stage Monday to raise money for tornado and storm victims in Oklahoma.
McKinney ISD seeks 2.5 percent pay raise for teachers
McKinney ISD officials are recommending at least a 2.25 percent pay raise for employees for the coming fiscal year, according to budget estimates presented last week to the school board.
Phillips Creek Ranch home construction ramping up
Development on Frisco's largest master-planned community, Phillips Creek Ranch, has progressed relatively slowly over the years, but that's quickly changing.
City investigating two 'suspicious' house fires (updated)
Editor's Note: This article was originally published at 11:17 p.m. June 10. It has been updated to include additional information and a photo.
Rising from the ashes: Plano sports bar set to be rebuilt two years after fire
Nearly two years after Austin Avenue burned to the ground, plans to rebuild the Plano sports bar are under way.
Election Day set for Saturday: Plano City Council, Collin College board seats on ballot
One month after Plano residents passed the liquor referendum and elected a new mayor, voters will head to the polls on Saturday to determine who will be the newest member of the City Council.
McKinney orchestra director one of 217 quarterfinalists for first-ever Music Educator Award
Faubion Middle School orchestra director Kari Zamora is used to conducting in front of dozens of parents and siblings. Her audience just got a lot bigger.
Fly Me to the Moon: Swing jazz band to perform at Under the Stars concert Saturday
Collin County couples looking for a fun and romantic way to spend a warm summer night might want to turn their eyes to the far corner of McKinney, where the classics of "Old Blue Eyes" and other jazz greats will come alive at "the best little wine house in Texas."
Exide files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Exide Technologies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, though Frisco officials say cleanup of land surrounding the company's former Frisco plant will proceed as normal.
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