Texas Schools Spare No Expense For Huge Football Stadiums A school district in Allen grabbed national attention when it opened an eye-popping $60 million high school football stadium and other schools soon followed. Are such exorbitant price tags for high school stadiums the new normal?
Football Returns To Allen's Eagle StadiumThe Allen Eagles face off against the Denton Guyer Wildcats on Friday in what is known as the Tom Landry Classic. It is not the homecoming game for Allen, but it is a homecoming of sorts.
Stadium Cracks Noticed By Allen ISD In 2012During the construction of Allen ISD's stadium in 2012, a third party company found items out of compliance, according to documents obtained by the CBS 11 I-Team.
Allen ISD Stadium Cracks 20 Times Bigger Than Industry StandardMissteps exposed – We may soon learn more definitively what caused the cracks in Allen ISD's $60 million stadium. The district is set to release a new report on Thursday that is said to contain “shortcomings in the engineering and possibly construction of the stadium.”
Allen Stadium Report To Be Made Public This Week
Allen ISD Stadium Inspections Were Responsibility Of School & CityIn Texas, there is no state agency that oversees general contractors like Pogue Construction. So, in cases like the one in Allen, it's up to the school district and city to make sure inspections are done and the contractor is following building codes.
Allen Taxpayers On $60 Million Stadium: "We Didn't Get What We Paid For"In a community where football is king, a crumbling palace is no small matter—especially one that cost taxpayers $60 million dollars.
$60 Million Allen Stadium To Remain Closed For MonthsFriday Night Lights won't be on at the Allen Eagle Stadium this fall.
Cowboys Cheerleaders Talk New Bag PolicyThere are new rules about what items you can bring into AT&T Stadium for Cowboys games this season. Watch the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders explain the new bag policy.
Funeral Held For Sheriff's Deputy Killed In Hood CountyA Hood County Sheriff's deputy was remembered today as a natural leader, a devoted husband and a beloved dad.
No Lights Means No GCISD Home GamesThe Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is about to kick off its first football game of the school year, except it won’t be at home like everyone was hoping. Instead, the game is being played at another stadium, in another district.
Baylor Regents OK $250 Million Football StadiumBaylor hopes to have the 45,000-seat facility ready for the 2014 season. The Bears currently play at Floyd Casey Stadium, which was built in 1950 and has maintenance issues.