Plano Police Department
For the first time, the last known person seen with Christina Morris spoke exclusively with CBS 11 News about the events that happened before her disappearance.
A veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars now helps other vets get jobs in the construction field. But that task is now a lot harder; after he says someone stole the trailer he had filled with thousands of dollars in tools.
Tuesday was National Night Out. But in Plano, one officer is already very well known. And on this night he used his now famous dancing skills to strengthen a community.
The biggest crime safety meeting ever held in Plano happened Wednesday night. The size of the crowd showed just how much the disappearance of a 23-year-old woman has affected those who live and work in the area.
The Plano Police Department’s Facebook page now features a new post in hopes of getting the public involved in the hunt for 23-year-old Christina Morris.
An event in Plano is drawing huge interest. But it’s a gathering that people wish they didn’t have to attend. A conference room at the Marriott will be the site of what’s expected to be the biggest crime safety meeting the city has ever held.
Investigators say the suspect, described as having a strong body odor, robbed a Wells Fargo Bank inside a grocery store on West Parker Road on July 7.
A Plano man was killed on Wednesday evening after being hit by an SUV while walking on the sidewalk with his wife.
There were some scary moments in front of a Plano bar on Thursday. Police say a driver plowed into a group of people leaving The Hang Out Patio Bar, along northbound Central Expressway near Parker Road.
Copper thieves have struck a Plano nonprofit food pantry that helps feed some 147,000 people in Collin County. This is the third time that the food pantry has been hit.
Snowfall, that began to pick up speed just as thousands of people headed out into it, caused headaches for commuters and congested roadways in Collin County.
It’s not often that a public figure is praised for going above and beyond. But Plano Police Chief Gregory W. Rushin is receiving a heap of praise for doing what he describes as his job.