Brockovich To Visit Plano As City, Water District Seek To Reassure Residents About Drinking WaterEnvironmental activist Erin Brockovich said on Facebook she intends to come to Plano April 5 to meet with residents concerned about their drinking water.
Plano's Legacy West Opens With CelebrationThis is a big weekend for Plano as the city unveils Legacy West, the $3.2 billion development on 255 acres that is now the largest and newest mixed-use space in North Texas.
First Toyota Employees Mark Beginning Of New Era For PlanoIt was just over three years ago that Toyota announced it was moving to Texas. On Monday, the first employees will move into their new headquarters.
Toyota Offers Early Look At New Headquarters Under ConstructionToyota has changed the landscape near the interchange of the Sam Rayburn and Dallas North Tollways in the last few months, from 100 acres of empty land into its massive new headquarters.
Protestors Rally Against Plano's Equal Rights OrdinanceReligious and community leaders drew a crowd of more than a hundred people as they called for an end to Plano's Equal Rights Ordinance.
Plano Approves Toyota Incentive DealNorth Texas leaders are still bragging, and with good reason. Toyota will be moving to Plano. It is official. The city council voted unanimously on an agreement with the automaker.
Plano To Allow Dogs On Restaurant PatiosThe Plano City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to allow dogs at outdoor restaurant patios. Those restaurants will need to apply for a permit and adhere to city guidelines.
Collin County Mayors Join KRLD's Your Hometown TourThe mayors of three Collin County cities joined KRLD at Henry's Ice Cream in Plano as part of KRLD's Your Hometown Tour.
Plano Continues To Attract Big BusinessWhen Ross Perot brought EDS to Plano in the early 1980's, it served as a magnet for other major companies. Today, the city continues to attract even more business.