A second grader’s idea to help fellow classmate who may feel lonely is spreading fast through school campuses in Frisco.
McKinney National Airport officials expect expansion at their facility to take off when the Wright Amendment expires at Dallas Love Field this fall.
More than 17,000 people already work in Plano’s Legacy Business Park. When Toyota and Fed Ex Office move their corporate headquarters to the location, another 5,000 workers will join them. Now Plano is expediting its review of traffic in the area.
It’s a big decision that many have very little time to make and few choices to choose from. CBS 11 News takes a close up look at the race to find and buy the few available homes in Frisco.
Toyota is now Texan. Monday night Plano approved the largest incentive package in the city’s history. Now CBS 11 News has learned more about what the biggest economic development in the city will mean for residents.
There was an unexpected and unwelcome surprise in the mail this week for a lot of Collin County property owners. To put it mildly, the notices confirmed that property values are skyrocketing.
In her short life, two-year-old Grace Ford received the attention of state Child Protective Services (CPS) four times. By the fifth time, she was dead. Now, a new report says a CPS computer system failed.
A teacher from the Princeton ISD has been suspended following accusations of an improper relationship with a student, and the superintendent was stunned by the news.
A Collin County teacher is out on bond, after deputies arrested her on allegations that she had an improper relationship with a student. Saralyn Portwood, 30, is a special education teacher at Princeton High School.
Collin County is one of the many North Texas counties under a freeze warning tonight – which is unusual since the last frost generally occurs in March. The cold front has lots of homeowners worried about the spring landscaping they’ve already planted.
A 52-year-old detention officer in Collin County has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.
The Frisco mother accused of killing her 10-year-old son was in court on Wednesday. Her attorney demanded that police return personal possessions to the family.