Frisco To Auction Off Old City Equipment, Including VehiclesIn addition to vehicles, the city is also selling its tractors, mowers, tools, computers, traffic signals, scoreboards, children's furniture and toys, home furnishings and office furniture.
Frisco Named Second-Fastest Growing City In AmericaWithin a few years, parts of Frisco could be unrecognizable as more than $5 billion worth of development transforms the city.
Keating Wins Runoff Election For Frisco City Council PositionJohn Keating won the runoff election against Brandon Burden Saturday for Frisco City Council Place One.
Storm Damages More Than 30 Homes In FriscoAuthorities say at least 30 homes have been damaged when a severe storm rolled through parts of North Texas.
12-Year-Old Learns CPR, Saves Father's Life Weeks LaterThe City of Frisco is crediting Frisco ISD and its CPR curriculum for helping a 12-year-old middle school student save her father’s life.
City Of Frisco's Relationship With Dallas Cowboys Questioned The lap of luxury for city leaders and a slap in the face to taxpayers. That's what some Frisco residents are saying about the economic development corporations purchase of expensive tickets to Dallas Cowboys games at AT&T Stadium.
City Of Frisco Passes Landmark As Population Tops 150,000The city of Frisco has passed a landmark with its population topping 150,000. With 20,000 new people moving in the last two-and-a-half years, the city is one of the fastest growing in the country.
Supporters Want Large-Scale Performing Arts Facility In FriscoJust as the Dallas Cowboys prepare to build their new 91-acre headquarters, some other performers are also thinking big in Frisco.
Cowboys Just Weeks Away From New Frisco HQ GroundbreakingGet out the shovels. CBS 11 News has learned that the Dallas Cowboys are just weeks away from breaking ground on their huge new team headquarters.
Frisco Leaders Shocked By Increase In Population ProjectionsOne North Texas city got a glimpse at it's future and leaders were shocked by what the area is projected to look like in 20 years. Frisco city leaders are developing a new plan for future growth now that the population will be much bigger than earlier projected.
Exide Plant In Frisco To Shut Down, Layoff EmployeesExide says it has notified 120 employees at its battery recycling plant in Frisco that they will be laid off on November 30.