McKinney Dog Lovers Want City To Allow Pets On Restaurant PatiosWhile other North Texas cities have adopted ordinances overriding the Texas Administrative Code's ban on dogs from restaurant patios, McKinney remains bound by state law.
Lawyer For Teen Who Filed Lawsuit Calls It "Textbook Excessive Force Claim"Lawyers for Dajerria Becton held a news conference in Dallas Wednesday afternoon.
Homeowners Want McKinney To Backpedal On New Bike SignsAn effort to make McKinney more bike friendly is making enemies of some homeowners.
Rival McKinney Police Associations Headed To Federal CourtA split in the McKinney Police Department is headed to federal court. The McKinney Fraternal Order of Police is suing both the city and the McKinney Police Association.
McKinney Fraternal Order Of Police Files Suit Against City, Police Association"The obvious cronyism and “good ole boy” politics which have plagued this city for years is still just as strong and recurrent as ever," the statement reads.
Activists Question McKinney Officer Resignation, Want Criminal ChargesLocal, state and national activists gathered in McKinney Wednesday afternoon to question why the former police officer under investigation for his actions at a community pool party was allowed to resign.
Jurors Undecided In Death Of Child Left In Hot CarA jury will have at least another day to decide the fate of a man on trial for the death of his son.
Accident Has Some Demanding McKinney Crosswalk ChangesIt's a historic Collin County location that preserves the past, but does it pose a present danger to people who work and shop there? After a car hits a little girl some people are calling for changes to crosswalks.
Repairs Made To McKinney PotholeTxDOT is keeping its fingers crossed a patch placed on a pothole along US 75 in McKinney just south of Eldorado Pkwy will this time stick.