The Cowboys have officially broken ground on the team’s new headquarters in Frisco. The brown dirt that now covers the 91-acre site will soon be turning silver and blue.
It’s the final piece of the financial puzzle to fund the Dallas Cowboys project, which breaks ground next month.
The Exide battery recycling plant in Frisco has been shut down for a year. But some Frisco residents said that the fight is not yet over. The issue is what to do with the plant’s waste.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it “cannot approve” Exide Technologies’ assessment report for the former Frisco battery recycling plant.
Lining up down the block, hundreds of Frisco homeowners came to get a peek at the proposal to build transmission lines through their neighborhood.
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones joined Frisco city leaders to announce the city at the future home of the team’s headquarters and practice facility.
The Cowboys are moving to Frisco. The official announcement is set to come Tuesday, but details are already out about the NFL franchise’s development plans in Collin County.
The Dallas Cowboys may be moving more than just its headquarters and practice facility to Frisco.
As one of the fastest growing districts in the nation, hundreds of new teachers – and thousands of new students – are expected in Frisco for the 2013-2014 school year.
The mayors of three Collin County cities joined KRLD at Henry’s Ice Cream in Plano as part of KRLD’s Your Hometown Tour.
Business is booming in Frisco, and 92-percent of the city’s office space is leased.
The Mayor of Frisco was driving home Monday when he spotted flames coming from the back house. At that moment, he traded in his city hall hat and became a firefighter.