The Texas Education Agency is taking steps to shutdown the charter school started by former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders. TEA officials have “started the revocation process” against Uplift Fort Worth — the sponsoring entity of Prime Prep Academy.
A warning ignored. The CBS 11 News i-Team has all new information about Allen ISD’s unsafe stadium. The i-Team has learned the district knew about cracks before the stadium ever opened, but did nothing to fill them or try and correct problems.
There is new information in the recruiting scandal that rocked the DISD. This month, the district fired 15 employees – including the top management in the athletic program. CBS 11 News has uncovered how the district uncovered what it calls “lies.”
The most expensive high school football stadium in the country is closed indefinitely and, on Monday, officials are set to provide an update on the building’s status.
High school athletic officials in Texas are close to moving the state basketball tournaments after 93 years in Austin.
The investigation into the murder of a DISD high school student leads police to possible sport recruiting infractions by top administrators and coaches. Now more than a dozens adults, accused of taking part in the recruiting scandal, are all out of a job.
Daniel Alexander from Paradise High School in Wise County was honored for his performance in sports and in the classroom.
Allen quarterback Kyler Murray, one of the top quarterbacks in the class of 2015, announced his intentions to attend Texas A&M on Wednesday.
Sara Porcheddu is an outstanding golfer from Grapevine High School, but she is also making a difference off of the fairway, in both the classroom and in the community.
Significant structural problems at Allen High School’s $60 million Eagle Stadium will force the stadium to remain closed for the 2014 season, the district announced on Tuesday.
Johnny Quinn became a worldwide sensation after punching through a bathroom door at the Olympics in Sochi. Now, he is helping high school athletes transition to college.
A blind high school pole vaulter cleared three heights at the Texas state championships to finish fourth, one spot short of a medal.