About 50 Frisco homeowners showed up for a heated meeting Wednesday night to discuss how the site of a former battery recycling plant will be cleaned up and who will oversee it.
Exide says it has notified 120 employees at its battery recycling plant in Frisco that they will be laid off on November 30.
CBS 11 News has learned that the controversial Exide Technologies battery recycling plant in Frisco will close by the end of the year, in a tentative deal reached with the city.
More than 100 employees of the embattled Exide battery recycling plant packed Frisco City Hall Tuesday night in an attempt to save their jobs.
Residents who arrived to protest battery-recycling plant Exide Technologies Monday don’t just want clean air; they want the reported root of the problem to go away.
Exide Technologies reached an agreement with the TCEQ to reduce lead levels. But the EPA has found that plan to be unacceptable.
Investigators revealed numerous violations against Exide Technologies in a report Tuesday, alleging the battery recycling plant exhibited lapses in employee training and did not properly discharge of hazardous waste.
Frisco residents gave state health officials an earful during a town hall meeting, where the results of more than 600 blood tests were released.
Terry Goods of Frisco is watching over his 3-year-old son. As a father, he’s concerned about who’s watching over the air his family breathes.
A little positive movement for Governor Perry in the latest poll on the race between him and Democrat Bill White.
The Texas Rangers are having arguably their best season ever, despite being in bankruptcy and on the auction block.